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13 days ago
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not sure who the stand in guitarist was, but he's decent enough. From where I was stood he looked a dead ringer for drummer Tommy Aldridge. cheers Mark H
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19 days ago
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Love the Panther and agree that they are fantastic musicians and song writers. However, I wouldnt like to hear a serious cd from them. IMO their less comedic tracks have been dire. Tracks like ' Eyes of a panther' and 'Hells on fire' from the first cd are really weak compared to, say ' Fat girl' or 'Turn out the lights'. The second cd had even more weak tracks than the the first, although it s
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24 days ago
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Have to say, possibly my least favorite Daughtry gig to date. Was hoping the latest material stood up better live than on cd, but most of the new songs didn't work for me. I think I was in the minority though as the crowd lapped them up, especially Superman. Also, with a catalogue of 4 cds why only an 80 minute set. I would have liked another half hour with some of the older deeper cuts added
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27 days ago
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Best non rock celebrity moment involved the actor Christopher Eccleston, with whom we share a mutual friend. Our friend told Chris that our daughter Megan was a massive Doctor Who fan (Chris had just finished playing him on BBC at the time). Some months later he called her up out of the blue on her 10th birhday and chatted for about half an hour. Her face was priceless. Met him a couple of
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27 days ago
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I've never been one for official meet n greets, but met quite a few people after gigs etc. Particularly memorable are: Gary Hughes and the guys from Ten taking me and my wife Elaine for a meal after the Athens gig, on learning it was my birthday. Steve Augeri speaking to Elaine on the phone after I said she would never believe I was having a beer with him. John Edwards (Quo bassist) c
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30 days ago
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I know I'm gonna get lynched for this, but, (with the exception of 'Headed for a heartache & 'Miles Away'), I've never liked anything they've done. For me, they have never lived up to the potential of their parts. Reb is a phenomenal guitarist, Kip a great singer/frontman, but the songs just aren't there for me. Even 'Madeleine' and 'Seventeen' seem overly formulaic. I have 2 or 3 of th
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4 weeks ago
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Scrub that - googled it Mia Klose or The Cringe Cheers Mark H
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4 weeks ago
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Apologies of its been posted elsewhere, but anyone know who the 'special guests' are on the SP UK tour. Cheers Mark H
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5 weeks ago
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Loneliest Place In The World - Ten Chance - Big Country Lady Starlight - Scorpions When The Children Cry - White Lion Edge Of The Blade - Journey A Farewell To Kings - Rush Soldier of Fortune - Thin Lizzy Only A Fool - Strangeways The Last Frontier - Jimmy Barnes Walk Away - Michael Bolton Cheers Mark H
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5 weeks ago
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Ten HEAT ISSA Rush Sunstorm Khymera WET Mike Tramp Dare That's about it off the top of me head. Cheers Mark H
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7 weeks ago
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Sir Michael of Bolton still has a great set of pipes, even if his recent material is a bit dubious. Cheers Mark H
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8 weeks ago
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Currently 13th and probably more significantly, the first single I've bought since the 80s...... Cheers Mark H
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8 weeks ago
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oh dear...as Meatloaf said. 2 out of 3 aint bad. Cheers Mark H
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2 months ago
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I go to a lot of gigs, often festivals, where I dont know every band on the bill. When researching these bands I am oftem amazed how I've missed them completely. This week I'm onto Stryper..... never heard a single song by them until this week........Doh Cheers Mark
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2 months ago
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Sounds great - will pick this up if its typical of the rest of the cd. Must check out 91 suite too. Cheers Mark H
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2 months ago
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Would much prefer to see a Perry solo gig than him fronting Journey, but would be happy with just some new material from him. Cheers Mark H
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2 months ago
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Its looking like the wife an I will be attending. Cheers Mark H
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2 months ago
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Funny - I quite like the Academy despite only being 5'6. I always slip done the sides and get within 10 foot of the front. Cheers Mark H
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2 months ago
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Bunking off school to wait outside Rush's hotel in Manchester to try and get my copy of Permanent Waves signed. Sure enough, Geddy comes down the car park ramp in a limo, sees us, stops and signs my LP. Talks to us for a couple of minutes then chastises me for mispronouncing his name....doh. Cheers Mark H.
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2 months ago
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Jason - any London gig is gonna benefit from proximity to tube station. Unfortunately the tube doesn't extend to either Sutton or Kent. However, having spent plenty of time working at both, I would say Sutton has slightly better proximity to London. Cheers Mark H
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2 months ago
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HPBD bud cheers Mark H
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2 months ago
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Steve Getmein wanted 58 quid for a 22 quid ticket plus 10 quid handling plus 10 quid postage. Total rip off. Luckily I managed to get one off ticketline at face value. Cheers Mark H
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2 months ago
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Bob - get a move on. Just picked up one for Manchester about 5 mins ago thru ticketline thanks to heads up from a mate (cheers Warbs). Ticketmaster was showing sold out. Cheers Mark H
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2 months ago
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manchester already sold out :( cheers mark h
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3 months ago
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Manchester Ritz for me - cracking venue. On sale 9am Friday. Cheers Mark H
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3 months ago
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Chris Agree completely. They sure crammed a lot of stage effects into the Apollo despite it obviously being a lot smaller than the venues they normally play. Nathan James singing Gutter Ballet was stunning - waited 20 years to hear that live. One of the best gigs I've ever seen......period. Cheers Mark H
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3 months ago
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Hard to pick 10, but based on cds I wouldn't dream of taking off my ipod: Treat - Coupe De Grace Khymera - A New Promise Shy - ST Ten - Heresy & Creed Toby Hitchcock - Mercury's Down White Widdow - Serenade Sunstorm - ST Brother Firetribe - Heart Full Of Fire Farcry - High Gear Eclipse - Bleed and Scream. Strong contenders to push into the top 10 over the coming months would be
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3 months ago
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David I've been following how the tickets have been selling over the last couple of weeks (sad I know) and until this week only the front half of the stalls and a few rows on the balcony had sold. As of today almost all the stalls is sold. I doubt that has been due to a last minute rush so suspect that those at front of the balcony have been given front of the rear section of the stalls.
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3 months ago
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RAB Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Were tickets £70 each ? > I've just looked at getting a pair and > Ticketmaster want £69. Originally 35 quid each, so would have been 70 total. Now 35 a pair. I got an email from live nation that takes you to a 2 for 1 landing page on ticketmaster.co.uk If you don't get anywhere on the normal TM website,
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3 months ago
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Tickets for TSO at Manchester Apollo on Friday are now 2 for the price of 1 via Ticketmaster, if any one is still considering going. Should be a cracking gig if the New Year's eve show at Berlin's Brandenburg gate was anything to go by. Cheers Mark H.
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