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12 ***days ***ago
crawdaddy
I am really happy for fans on IORR who got the Lucky Dip tix that were available, as well as fans from all over the world, going to the gig. Have a really great time all of you.
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17 ***days ***ago
crawdaddy
Yes! The women's footy over here has really taken off in the last 6 months or so with coverage by BBC which is excellent. They showed the two FA semi-final games back to back a couple of weeks ago and usually a league game on a weekend most weeks here. Of course whenever they have international team games there is not just England but the other home nations that may be televised.
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17 ***days ***ago
crawdaddy
So nice to see Martha Reeves at the gig with The Stones, although it would have been great to see her on stage, but I wouldn't be surprised if she was asked.... and declined the offer. Great to see that Hot Stuff by Matt Lee is getting some great publicity in North America as well as all over the World.
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17 ***days ***ago
crawdaddy
Thanks for posting bbj. What a lovely interview with Roger. He obviously has got great admiration for The Stones as well as The Beatles, The Kinks and probably so many more great acts. And of course The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Kinks and The Beatles have all lost members but have carried on in their own way over the years........ as solo or duet acts Roger and Pete , and have got the
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27 ***days ***ago
crawdaddy
A couple of videos here featuring James Walbourne, who's a Muswell Hillbilly from North London, and plays in The Pretenders, with Ray Davies, and many other bands or musicians he gets on well with.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
If you zoom in very closely on the design, you can see Mick, Keith and Ronnie soaking up the sunshine. ><
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5 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
Probably the best design so far from the Tour.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
Couldn't find the Kinks thread, but just seen that they are on UK BBC 4 tonight at 11pm. Don't ever remember seeing them perform on the programme. Features a warm up number not seen on the original broadcast from 1977. Might even stay up to watch The Stones at Tampa Bay on IORR as well.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
If there is a Europe Tour then I would hope it would start, or finish in London or hopefully both of these possibilities. I really got the feeling from my only trip to Oslo in 2014, and meeting many new Stones Fans from all over the world, that it was going to be the ideal start of the European Rolling Stones Tour. Also met Chuck Leavell and his missus walking around the town centre after l
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5 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
I've been listening to the new CD, The Ultra Vivid Lament just lately, and it's starting to grow on me and I do really like it , I know it was my first Manics gig last week, and an acoustic one with just James, who is a terrific guitarist and vocalist, and Nicky was on first for 20-30 minutes on the Q and A session. This was one for the real devoted fans with the Q and A session,
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5 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
No Expectations for me, but won't complain if it's Moonlight Mile.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
So glad you all had a good time DP, and the book certainly sounds like a good read.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
One I really like off the new album, and also performed by James at the acoustic gig at Kingston last week.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
Just watched this video and I guess that was Richey on rhythm guitar and James with the mask on. Great music, and I guess a lot of bands around back then have got lost somewhere........... or else changed a bit to go with the times. I'm a very recent fan of The Manics, and only seen the acoustic gig with James live, and the rest have been youtube clips. Also been looking at the Wiki
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5 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
To be honest, I wouldn't make a special journey just to go to the Bowie shop even though it only takes about 30 - 40 minutes on the train to Waterloo or Victoria. Would make sure no rain is forecast and see plenty of the real sights of London Town, and maybe even a stage show up there. Loved it when Sunny Afternoon, Jersey Boys and a few other stage shows in the Leicester Square, Soho ar
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5 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
Any David Bowie fans out there thinking of going to the pop up shop in London? I might have a day out up there on a nice sunny day. Haven't seen the sights of London since before this covid business changed all our lives.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
As I said in my opening post, I've only just started listening to their music since going to the acoustic gig at Pryzm in Kingston. Had a great view on the first balcony, right in the middle. Really enjoyed it and picked up the CD as well at Banquet Records, just down the road. They gave me the deluxe Double CD of The Ultra Vivid Lament, as they ran out of the bog standard one. Gr
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5 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
I was only a casual fan and didn't know any of their songs apart from this one. First saw them play on a BBC gig they had on a few months ago, and just recently knew they were doing an acoustic gig and Q and A session last week in my home town of Kingston and thought I'll give them a go. I reckon 90% of audience were die hard Manics (as they call them), and I just love them now a
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5 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
Just seen it on BBC news. Also there is a great book that I got recently about a well known music pub in my local area where the Ziggy Stardust tour started. It's called Hello Tolworth, I'm Ziggy.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
I'm sure The Stones and their entourage treat this made up story in The Mail with the contempt it deserves. Made up rubbish, from a rubbish tabloid.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
Quotebv The sponsor "Alliance For Lifetime Income" do have some five minutes or so of contracted screen time late some time between 6pm and 7:30pm. You may see the Stones tongue screen display change into their logo for a short while at that time. I guess they have come up with something more creative than just showing their sponsor brand. Well done to The Rolling Stones, on agreeing
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5 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
Have a great time everyone who's going, and I'm sure it's gonna be another cracker of a show. I'll be on board sometime on Monday to see how it was for us all on IORR.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
Happy Birthday and Best Wishes to you Bill.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
The tabloid press in UK and probably all over the world is rubbish. They try to contact you, and then when you say 'No comment' they just make something up to make their story controversial. All over the world it's probably the same. Haven't bought a newspaper for years and just flick through The Metro freebie you pick up at the train station.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
Monkey Man for me as well.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
Went to see Manic Street Preachers acoustic set, which in effect was just James on stage. Can't get this song out of my head since seeing it played live last Wednesday. Really enjoyed the gig and thank you to Banquet Records for putting on the gig which only cost £15 with the latest deluxe Double CD.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
Hope you have a great time DP. Is there a band playing there?
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6 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
I really hope you see Genesis in December. You probably know they rescheduled the UK gigs to next March.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
Saw Manic Street Preachers at Pryzm in Kingston last night for an acoustic gig with a 20 minute Q and A session before the music. In effect it was Nicky the bass player answering the questions, and James the guitarist playing the acoustic guitar and vocals. It was a really nice gig, and for £15 you get the gig and deluxe double CD, as they run out of the bog standard ones. Not surprisingl
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6 ***weeks ***ago
crawdaddy
To be honest if Rod wasn't available or changes his mind again, Mick Hucknall is just as good in my opinion. I've only just seen this clip from a few years back, when myself and paulywaul were in the front row of the audience, in the part of the studio that was like being in your living room at home. It was on a Friday early evening recording for The Rob Brydon show on a very ho
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