November 27, 2014 Ken Hensley and his band, Live Fire, played in the “Theater” club (Moscow). Over the past ten years, Ken toured Russia performing his acoustic solo show. At last, a big day came for the Russian fans who had a long wait for the maestro to bring his “vikings” and the Italian Roberto …
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In the end of 2012 Ken Hensley toured in Russia, performing solo concerts in Moscow, St. Petersburg and other cities. On December 13 he played the same setlist in Bratislava, Slovakia, and the show was recorded by Slovak Radio for broadcasting. Eugen Prochác, a renowned Slovak cellist, played with Ken on three songs. The show …
Two years ago, Ken Hensley, Uriah Heep’s organist and informal leader, told a Melody Maker reporter that he would probably never play in any band other than the Heep. More importantly, he said that even that association would not last for more than two and a half years.
Of course, that interview took place before Uriah …
This article was published in Melody Maker on November 27, 1971. The author is unknown.
Very ‘Umble, Very ‘Eavy
Some bands please the rock establishment — some bands please the customers.
Uriah Heep are one of the latter. With a disinclination to bestow approval on what is considered unworthy, the Establishment can be quite unkind to the struggling …
This article was published in Melody Maker (March 3, 1973). Author — Geoff Brown.
ABOUT ten days ago I spent a Sportsnight with Hensley.
The Hensley in question was Ken, organist with Uriah Heep, who during the afternoon had played a round of golf with Cliff Bennett (his old boss in Toe Fat) and during the evening …