UFO legend Pete Way does rock classics his way at Chesterfield's Real Time Live
Pete Way is a true music icon having played in UFO for more than 30 years. He has also had stints with Ozzy Osbourne and formed the bands Waysted and Fastway.
Mr Way has also written some timeless rock classics which still sound good after all these years.
His show at Chesterfield's Real Time Live was a whistlestop tour of Way’s career and the crowd loved every minute of it, whooping, cheering and singing along.
For me, the track of the night was a song from Way’s new album Walking On The Edge called Narcotics which was poignant and heartfelt.
Other highlights included the crowd-pleasers American Kid, Drinkin’ Tonight, Too Hot To Handle and Doctor Doctor.
Way gave it everything he could, backed by Jason Poole (bass/vocals), Tim Scopes (lead/slide guitars) and Clive Edwards (drums) who did a great job.
Support bandt were Burnt Out Wreck who were very good and warmed up the crowd nicely.