Talk:The Brew (band)

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Notability[edit]

I think this band is notable, it has gotten very favorable critiques of among others both the BBC radio, and the rolling stones fan club [1], with comments like "In a couple of years time, jason will be in the UK's top ten guitarists and Kurtis in the Top Ten Drummers" (OIRR), and "these are  possibly the youngest artists ever to be given a headline spot at Clarence Park Free Festival! They have an electrifying Jimmy Page - style performance with Hendrix-inspired stunts playing an awe-inspiring mixture of some classic rock covers as well as their own material. Already tipped for the big time this is a great chance to see a couple of musicians that have a very promising future"! - BBC Radio". for more information please see the official web site, [2] especially the press page Mahjongg (talk) 14:58, 14 July 2008 (UTC)

All the BBC Radio mentions of the band that I could find online seemed to be listener comments: [3]. Darkspots (talk) 19:23, 14 July 2008 (UTC)
I am amazed that you could find any recording, it seems hardly possible that -all- BBC radio programmes can be found online. Anyway, here are a few more reviews I found:

POV[edit]

I added the {POV} tag. At the same time, I removed the following sentence - "The trio have transfixed audiences wherever they have performed, being tipped for greatness by many leading music authorities in Europe." There are plenty of other examples of previous editors adding their own viewpoint, without (unsurprisingly) managing to add supporting citations. More third-party reliable sources and verifiable statements; less adulatory pseudo rock journalism; please.

The frequency and potency of any citations, or not, may well resolve the notability situation (see above).

Derek R Bullamore (talk) 13:01, 2 January 2011 (UTC)

UK vs US band[edit]

There are two bands with the same name and with several albums out. Even without a separate article for the US based band there should be a (UK) in the reference for this Brew, shouldn't it?

Thomas Wulf — Preceding unsigned comment added by 77.190.31.243 (talk) 15:26, 23 May 2013 (UTC)