Billy Bragg plays Camden Crawl show

Plus Black Rebel Motorcycle Club round off the bash's final day

Billy Bragg played an charming set last night (April 20) at the Electric Ballroom on the last day of this year’s Camden Crawl.

The troubadour treated a swarms of fans to old classics, causing a loud sing-a-long to the likes of ‘New England’.

Bragg also included a couple of covers in his, leading the way with Bob Dylan‘s anthem ‘Don’t Think Twice It’s Alright’.


Later Black Rebel Motorcycle Club rounded things off at the same venue.

Gracing the stage at 11.15PM, the trio played their second show at this year’s event treating fans to a smouldering set that packed out the space and got the crowds dancing.

Old hits such as ‘Spread Your Love’ and ‘Whatever Happened To My Rock N Roll (Punk Song)’ taken from their self titled debut album sat along brand new tracks from their soon to be released fourth album ‘Baby 81’.

Standout track from the new record took the form of track ‘Took Out A Loan’.

Barely talking to the crowds, singer Peter Hayes stopped halfway through to tell the audience how special the Camden Crawl has been for them, merely expressing “thank you for having us” before delving more into their set.

To relive this year’s Crawl check out our blog which was filed straight from Camden over both nights of the 2007 bash.

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