Slade Decades 1960...

March 2020 


"Feel The Noize – The Singlez Box" out 31.5.2019


1. Coz I Luv You / My Life Is Natural
2. Take Me Bak 'Ome / Wonderin' Y
3. Mama Weer All Crazee Now / Man Who Speeks Evil
4. Gudbuy T'Jane / I Won't Let It 'appen Agen
5. Cum On Feel The Noize / I'm Mee, I'm Now, And That's Orl
6. Skweeze Me, Pleeze Me / Kill 'em At The Hot Club Tonite
7. My Friend Stan / My Town
8. Everyday / Good Time Gals
9. Far Far Away / O.K. Yesterday Was Yesterday
10. Night Starvation / When I’m Dancin’ I Ain’t Fightin’

Slade in Norway, Hestholmen 3.8.2019

20.11.2018 Tel Aviv, Israel

 A very good quality video from 5 months backwards, Slade in Israel 11th November 2018:

Slade In Flame + Q&A with Dave Hill, London Thursday 14.3.2019

Heavenly Films:


Originally released to mixed reviews in January 1975 ‘Slade In Flame’ has gone on to become one of the most loved music films of all time. BBC film critic Mark Kermode labelling it the "Citizen Kane of rock musicals”.

Rather than producing a film that portrayed their happy-go-lucky image, Slade opted for a behind-the-scenes, nitty-gritty look at the rock 'n' roll business. The original screenplay by Andrew Birkin depicted the rise and fall of a fictional 1960s group called Flame. However, the band felt the story failed to capture the true feel of the music industry. They decided to invite Birkin and director Richard Loncraine to join them on a tour across America for six weeks so that they could experience the excitement of Slade’s live show plus record anecdotes from the band and other bands they knew. It was this and some pretty decent acting from Slade themselves that gave the film its edge and endearing appeal.
Including classic hits like ‘How Does It Feel’ and ‘Far Far Away’ Slade In Flame is a must see slice of ‘70s pop nostalgia and we’re proud to have the band's original guitarist Dave Hill joining us for a Q&A hosted by Travis Elborough immediately after the screening.
Dave will also be signing copies of his new autobiography 'So Here It Is' in the bar area after the Q&A. Not to be missed!"


Dave at Regent Street Cinema 14.3.2019:

Return to base... or Viborg 2020

Slade made one of the great gigs in the old Capitol of Denmark Viborg in March 2017. Two years later they are going to return there on 6th March 2020.

Slade news April 2019

Don with Paul Cookson in the autumn 2018

Don Powell's Occasional Flames


As a side venture to Slade Don has formed a band along with Paul Cookson and Les Glover and it is to be called Don Powell's Occasional Flames. The band are playing all original songs, all kinds of styles. They’ve written all the songs together, having as good as made an album - and still have a lot more songs to record.

A website for the new band will open on 1st June with all the news on band appearances and recordings:

The full Slade back catalogue release across all digital service providers


"It has been announced that the full Slade back catalogue will receive a global digital release across all digital service providers on 12th April 2019, bringing their music to a new generation of fan. So Slade will be on Spotify."

Dave Hill 73 (top year) on Thursday 4th April 2019



 Long interviews of Dave from the beginning of 2019 in Rock and Roll Globe: