The Sweet personified the Glam Rock era of the 1970s in the UK, showcasing their distinctive glitter and glam makeup. Beyond their iconic visual style, The Sweet also wielded significant influence in the realm of pure rock music. Their timeless hits continue to resonate, and the present lineup, featuring the original guitarist Andy Scott, consistently leaves audiences clamoring for an encore!
by Frank Torpey My first band in 1962 was an instrumental group mainly Shadows, myself, Mick Tucker (drums), John Neighbor (bass) and Fred G (guitar). Next band 1963 /64 Dino and the Diamonds semi pro outfit. We worked fairly decent venues. We
On 23rd February 1979 it was announced that Brian Connolly had left Sweet, to pursue a solo career. It came as quite a shock for many fans. Connolly and the Sweet had just had a top ten single in the UK with
Sweet will kick of their STILL GOT THE ROCK tour in May 2019 which will take them to Switzerland and quite a few venues in Germany like Berlin, Stuttgart, Frankfurt, Hannover, Bremen, Hamburg and Munich. Looking for tickets ? Yes I do
As you can see, this site has been slightly changed. The old one was build on a platform that couldn’t be updated any longer, so I took the decision to close it down and build a new one. The new one will
“We are absolutely obsessed with being the best songwriters in the world” – interviewed in 1974 by Nigel Thomas Nowadays there’s a small group of people who seem to have been handed a season ticket for that Golden Three enclosure. The Sweet.
I discovered this record completely by accident. One summer’s day, bored and waiting for a girlfriend to finish her holiday job, I dropped into Virgin Records. This, for those who haven’t heard of it is a huge record shop in central London.
It is the first true album of the SWEET that was released in early spring of 1974. It has particular importance, since at last the band that languished in the producers’ cramp and were condemned to make single hits that were forced
This is a double album, whose first album includes recordings from the SWEET’s live gig in the Rainbow Theatre, London, 1973. It has thus pricinpal importance, because it was the first possibility to get acquainted with feeling of SWEET’s live gigs for