We will always love and never forget the rock ledgends of the past, but with a new year to celebrate, it only seems fitting that the 100 Club on Oxford Street dedicate a few nights to fresh blood.
On the 14th February three emerging bands will give you a Valentine's day to remember. Forget dinner by candlelight and soppy movies, and instead get ready for Future Rock.
Tickets are £8 in advance, £9 online, or £10 at the door, which makes for an inexpensive, but thrilling date, full of dancing and loving.
Doors open at 7pm, and the first act starts at 7.30pm. Starting proceeding is folk singer, Andrew Foster, who has been influenced by psychedelia and electronic synthesis.
He will be followed by metal band, Puppet Kings. The three musicians formed their group in 2011, and have been described as 'outstanding rock purists'.
Last but not least, grunge band, Stags, will take to the stage. The four man band has multinational appeal. Lead vocalist, Christopher Finney, is from Manchester, lead guitarist, Alessio Pesaresi comes from Italy, bassist, Oiśn Walsh, from Denmark and drummer, George Vallack, from Brighton. They have been influenced by 1960s rock and roll, including the Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin.