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Oxford - Sold Out! Portsmouth - Close to sell out! Classic Rock feature...

The Oxford show has now completely SOLD OUT and there are less that 30 tickets left for the Portsmouth show - if you haven't got yours yet, do so now, before it's too late...

The latest issue of Classic Rock Magazine is out in the next few days (subscribers will have already received their copies) and it includes a 5 page article on the Little Angels reunion! It features Rush on the cover (see image on the left).

Once again, we cannot thank you enough for the amazing support that you have shown the band since the return was announced. The guys can't wait to see you all again in just a few short weeks....let's ROCK!!


New Little Angels T-Shirts now available!!!

Two brand new Little Angel’s t-shirts (pictured below) are now available to order exclusively from the Official Little Angels store at the below link: 


And if that wasn't enough get you in the mood for the forthcoming shows, everyone that buys a t-shirt will be entered automatically into a prize draw to win one of the following:

Their favourite Little Angels song lyrics hand written and dedicated to them by Toby
Signed Little Angels picture dedicated to them
Signed Little Angels drum skin

So what are you waiting for? head over to the Little Angels store now to order yours! T-Shirts should be ready to ship out by the end of next week!

It's almost time...are you ready for the return of the Little Angels!!?


Little Angels in Classic Rock's AOR Magazine, plus warm up dates coming very soon.....

The current issue of Classic Rock's AOR Magazine is currently in the news stands and features a 3 page article on the Little Angels. See a sneak peak at the cover below...

Also, stay tuned to this very website this week as we will be announcing 2 warm up shows for Download very soon....

Oxford show upgraded and Portsmouth close to sell out...

Good news...Tickets for the Download warm up shows are selling very well indeed...

Little Angels sold out the Oxford Academy2 in 3 days and the show has been upgraded to the main O2 Academy hall. Tickets are still selling fast, so get yours now to avoid disappointment!! Tickets available at:

Also, if you are planning on getting tickets for Portsmouth this show is now VERY CLOSE to selling out - so don't hang about!! Tickets available at:

The band have been blown away by the support that the fans have shown them since the reformation was announced...and you keep on surprising us! Thank you one and all....

Not long to go now...Keep spreading the world!! See you all very soon...


Everything Rock Interviews Bruce...

EverythingRock recently had the chance to have an email interview with guitarist Bruce Dickinson from Little Angels.

EverythingRock: How did the band originally come together?

Bruce Dickinson: It was 1985 and we were at sixth form together. I’d stopped any pretence at doing my A levels and was playing guitar all day. Toby (Jepson, Vocals and Guitars) had cool long hair and had this band called Zeus with Mark (Plunkett, Bass). We had a jam and it all started there. I remember we asked Mark to play bass because his Dad had a garage we could rehearse in. My brother Jim (Dickinson, Keyboard) joined a few months later. We were called Mr Thrud and we worked hard, bought a transit van and gigged all over the place. We borrowed some money and made a record which cost us a grand all in including recording and printing up a thousand. This would be 1987 and we a signed to an indeed label called Power Station. We spent all that summer playing at the Marquee every week supporting people like Tesla, Guns N’ Roses etc. We had good advice and mentoring from Kevin Nixon who was managing us by then and we always knew how important the live show was. We were always one of those rock bands that grew up together and it sort of added up to more than the sum of the parts. We were so young – Jim was 16 or 17 when we signed a major label deal – but we could all play.

Click here to read the full interview...