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6 months ago
David (Oxford)
Good stuff........maybe Mr Big will have to wait ;-)
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6 months ago
David (Oxford)
Interesting. At least that would free me up to see Mr Big that night in London.
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6 months ago
David (Oxford)
Thats the thing thats making me hopeful. Survivor are confirmed for the Sweden Rock Cruise the weekend before these UK dates. Survivor mananged to make it to Sweden Rock intact last year - and very good it was too - I'd imagine they will at least make the Sweden Rock boatrip this time. Therefore kinda hopeful that the UK dates will be a reality.
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6 months ago
David (Oxford)
Sweden isn't in the US.......he played there....
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6 months ago
David (Oxford)
Saw them when they played Hammersmith a year or so back. Went in sceptical but came out a fan of Lambert. He does a great job.
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6 months ago
David (Oxford)
They are playing the SRF cruise around that time so it seems legit.
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6 months ago
David (Oxford)
Was very impressed with his guitar player when I saw him.
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7 months ago
David (Oxford)
Parking cost isn't an issue........but ease of getting to venue and off the car park at the end of the night certainly is (and yes, I mean you NIA in Birmingham!).
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7 months ago
David (Oxford)
I'm too much of a fan of the music to watch it through some foggy alcohol induced haze. Don't mind a drink - but not at a gig.
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7 months ago
David (Oxford)
I prefer weeknight gigs. That way I can make a few work meetings in the area and the company picks up the bill for food/fuel/hotel etc. Weekend gigs are fine, but they cost me more money! :-)
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8 months ago
David (Oxford)
I think Scotts just described the situation all too well :-)
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8 months ago
David (Oxford)
I do agree on the booking charges, but for me the booking fee really is a convenience fee. If I'm booking tickets to 70-100 shows per year (including 15-20 overseas ones) I'm not trotting off to the box office for each one. Don't have the time or energy to do that. For one offs I see its advantage, but as a matter of course, I'm always taking the easiest route and the financial hit that comes wit
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8 months ago
David (Oxford)
I don't think any of the prices mentioned are excessively high to be honest. I'd happily fork over £25 for a couple of decent bands in a reasonable venue any night of the week (which explains why my gig diary is so full).
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8 months ago
David (Oxford)
Saw this tour in Toronto last April. I have to say I was pretty impressed. Vocally the guy is spot on. Going to see them again in Oxford later this month.
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9 months ago
David (Oxford)
Not had too many bad band meets at all - some artists certainly go the extra mile though. Gowan, Ronnie Dio, Ted Poley, the Uriah Heep guys and Rob Halford all get a special mention for being way cooler than they ever needed to be. So many others have been great too though - way too many to name but those few stand out. Bad experiences. Dave Mustaine in the early 90s wasn't a meet that lives l
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10 months ago
David (Oxford)
Saw them in Toronto in 2012. Fabulous live band. They had spots on local breakfast TV around this show and played live.Sure there will be Youtube or whatever clips of that somewhere.
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10 months ago
David (Oxford)
Thats quite a few dates we know are gone - wonder if the whole tour is on the way out? Hope not.
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11 months ago
David (Oxford)
I was thinking the same. Perfect band for SRF.
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1 year ago
David (Oxford)
As with most festivals the headliners are predictable. Its going to be the undercard which makes my decision on if I buy a ticket or not. At least the "seen too many times" headliners mean its dead easy to get off the carpark at the end of the night :-)
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1 year ago
David (Oxford)
'39
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1 year ago
David (Oxford)
Though they did go through a stage of having no original members I think? Not now though - back to 1.
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1 year ago
David (Oxford)
Thats good as I already have my tickets booked ;-)
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1 year ago
David (Oxford)
Sweden Rock and then a week later HiRock would be fine by me.
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1 year ago
David (Oxford)
My first thought is are they going to change the setlist.....been predictable for far too long. Not asking for an Elder medley, though would quite enjoy that, just rest a few of the old warhorses and liven things up a bit.
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1 year ago
David (Oxford)
I've got a feeling that Sweden Rock will get him one year. Based on nothing more than the fact I'd REALLY love Sweden Rock to get him one year!
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1 year ago
David (Oxford)
This creeping out so early might make a few re-consider possible HRH plans. Darn sight easier to get to for a start!
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1 year ago
David (Oxford)
ooh........not clashing with Black Sabbath. This news I like.
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1 year ago
David (Oxford)
Its going to be a special show. Sweden Rock always manages to be a tier or two above any other outdoor festival - especially for fans of our genre.
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1 year ago
David (Oxford)
Apart from in 1997 ;-)
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1 year ago
David (Oxford)
Not just survivor........... "Dear visitors of the Festival, due to the extreme weather conditions in Bavaria, as well as disaster proclaimed also in the District of Traunstein, we must cancel the current, second day of the HiRock Festival in Inzell. The bands scheduled for today can no longer travel on the basis of the existing road conditions. The further development of the weather sugg
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