You starting to sound just like My Dad Me CRK although I do quite like the Michaela Strachan one
I've got a few gigs to look farward to and I can't wait!The Stranglers (Carling academy), Paul Weller and The Bunnymen (Areana, but not at the same time!). All in Liverpool just four miles from my house so I can get as messy as I like and just fall into a taxi to get back home!
Nice one 7KK7...........Look forward to seeing you in the T'Shirt then Good concert then was it?
I saw Paul Weller back in July and he was awesome
Glad you enjoyed the concert Joey....There's always some who have to spoil it though isn't there?
CRK. You heard the news of Oasis' open air tour next year?Oasis supported by Kasabian! Oooosh!
Seen em both! Would be such a good day that! Kasabian are out of this world live!
I know you've seen them both, smart arse! I've seen Kasabian live too - we were probably in the same crowd actually. Just thought you'd be digging it mate!
V it was mate! That was one hell of a weekend! Happy Mondays and the Foo Fighters as well. Just Jack was ace too. We didn't make friends with the cider monsters. Just took loads of vodka in with us.
Didn't see it but heard it from our tents mate. Was very confused as you can imagine!! My mate and his girl mixed all the drinks into 'allowed sized' bottles before we got there. As far as the stewards knew, we were just taking in cola and water....loads of it
Paul Weller was in fine form in the Echo Areana last night. He banged out loads of his classic hits. Four Jam tunes, Eton Riffles, Malice, Butterfly collector and Entertainment and even the old Style council tune Shout to the Top for us old bas**rds! He even managed to squeeze in a bit of the Who's Magic Bus and a great rendition of All you need is Love (Originally by some Scouse group). With The Riffles as the support group it was a top gig and a top night!It was the first time I have been to the Areana and I have to say its quite impressive. The acoustics in the place are great, the sound is clear as a bell! Its a very similar venue to the MEN but being smaller it gives an intimacy you don't get in the MEN and you really feel part of the occasion.I'm still buzzin from last night and I'm totally gutted that I've got to go and do it all again next week for The Bunnymen's 30th Anniversary gig! What a blow that is!