Review: The Union, Rescue Rooms
KICKING off with Step Up To The Plate couldn’t have been more appropriate as the powerhouse blues duo of Thunder's Luke Morley and Winterville's Peter Shoulder took centre stage.
The Union men cut straight to the chase with their up-tempo favourite, followed by the smooth groove of You're My Jesus.
Shoulder shone throughout the set, a rising star, with the ever masterful Morley rocking beside him. New album The World Is Yours has given them a confident swagger and the radio-friendly single, Tonight I'm Alive, shows that they now have all the right ingredients to become a mainstream band.
On stage the beautifully slow pace of Cut The Line showcased Shoulder’s rich, soulful harmonies and Morley’s blistering, yet delicate, solos.
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Bassist Chris Childs and drummer Dave McCluskey kept the pace fresh, with the thunderous Led Zeppelin groove of the title track from their new album shaking the Rescue Rooms to its foundations.
The momentum of affection and positive energy between both band and fans was evident as they encored with the acoustic bliss of Come Rain or Shine and all out rocker Watch the River Flow.
The Union's perfect touch on their back to basics tunes effortlessly won the night.