Witness a show from Motherlode and you will hear three
passionate musicians wailing away, reminiscent of the heyday of power trios. Taking key elements from past acts
such as Zeppelin-esque grooves, the bump and grind of
Free and the Cream-like improvisational solo passages.
You might question if this is a band out of time? However
the band’s vision is genuine and they believe, like their
audience, that this music is needed in our time!
Motherlode originally formed as a four piece back in 2000
and have gone through a number of personnel changes
over the years, though the vision finally focused in 2007
when Neil McBride (drums) joined Graham Fieldhouse (vocals
and bass) and Simon Alexander (guitar). During this time
the boys have supported such greats as Budgie, Focus,
Glenn Hughes, Snakecharmer, The Union and Wishbone
A veritable who’s who of classic rock.
This isn’t a band who are trying to recreate a bygone era,
this is a band bursting with life who share the same vision
as the greats that have gone before.
A band on the verge
of something special.........