Some gigs coming up


#906

Zaz, you’re gonna have to have one hell of an overarm to get your knickers on that stage. Couldn’t you get closer?


#907

:joy::joy::joy::joy: saw a drone flying over our heads earlier so this might be of some help :rofl::rofl::rofl:


#908

The said drone got chased away by a flock of seagulls :joy::joy::joy:


#909

Some gigs booked not in any order
Big Big Train
Soft machine
Pat Metheny
Marillion
Marcus Miller
IQ
Musical Box
Chris Rea
Fish
Robin Trower


#910

Sting tomorrow night.
I might be dreaming but I’d love to hear some Police songs.


#911

I think you’ll have some

:sunglasses:


#912


#913

While queuing to get inside the venue can’t help to notice that they are everywhere…


#914

I didn’t realise but the very first support is Sting’s son, Joe Sumner, on voice and guitar. Sounds very much like his dad!


#915

Excited to see Steve Harley/Cockney Rebel tonight! - Just found out that the gig will be recorded and filmed for DVD release! :grin:


#916

Invade the stage !!!


#917

2nd act just finished. It was Anoushka Shankar. A full hour of almost torture but surprisingly I loved her very last track.
Now waiting for Jamie Cullum to get on stage and fill the air with his magic :blush::blush::blush:


#918

Not that I’m going but in case anyone is interested Fish has just posted this on his Fb page.


#919

All booked up :metal::wink:


#920

Andy, might come and see the support bands then head home when BSR come on!


#921

What’s your thoughts on the Black Country Communion gig Keith?
My heart says yes, but my heads saying no !!!
(£60 ticket + fee’s).


#922

That Joe Bonamassa is a greedy cnut isn’t he. These prices just weeks after announcing £100 a ticket solo gigs.


#923

Yes. I’m always thankful that he leaves me cold when I see how much it is to go see him.
On the topic of the BSR tour, I can highly recommend Blues Pills; saw them last year in a packed Club Academy in Manchester (the smallest of the Manchester Academy venues, I think) - very good, even with the PA problems they had.


#924

Andy, for £66 I could see a lot of other bands! I’ll wait for the dvd. I also suspect that they’ll turn up at Ramblin Man. GH went down well there this year and they’d be a natural fit. Luckily I saw them last time, but yes it’s head v heart.


#925

Mik, TTH & Blues Pills are both very good, never seen Dirty Thrills, just find BSR a bit (whisper it quietly) dull.