What was the last concert / gig you attended?

Gosh, just looked that up. A capacity of about 300. Very tempting……

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Woah. We drove past last weekend. I said to my wife, how bout we get some tickets (I love those songs). She said, no. You should have taken me…

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I can’t go to Agnes Obel now as I’ve booked to go back to the uk and it clashes but I’ve already sold the ticket Soz or you could have had it…

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At the Ryman on Tuesday, fantastic as usual.


Looks like a great event at a lovely venue. Saw Xhosa and the band several weeks ago. One to watch, for sure.

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Who is it?
Touch of Nashville in the suit.


That’s Joe Bonamassa

Yep. Fraid I’m not up on guitar types…

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New Model Army, Slipknot and Judas Priest among many others at Wacken Open Air.
A physically demanding but spiritually very uplifting experience.
I got my tickets for next year already


50th anniversary tour by the mellifluous and rhythmic Orchestra Baobab in steamy Norf London at the Union Chapel. Great fun but sound a bit muddy - could do with some room treatment chaps.


Just had a few days at the Wickham Festival, acts included Fleetwood Bac, 10CC, Martha Wainwright, Rumer and The Waterboys, amongst many others.

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Richard Hawley at the Leadmill on Tuesday. I’ve not been there for 20-years and it’s a great venue

Jarvis Cocker turned up did a couple of songs, I briefly met him but alas no photo due to security ushering him around.

I’m back there on Friday.


A hot steamy night in Soho….amazing gig, what a fantastic trio


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All set for the third Act of The Marriage of Figaro at Waterperry Opera last night. Great fun if somewhat loose translation and some excellent performances. A good night enjoyed with friends. Off there again, with the grandchildren this time, to see Peter and the Wolf in an hour.


@David I was there for the early show on the Thursday night - fantastic stuff. Roni Kaspi is amazing isn’t she?


I thought she was simply stunning (loved her drum solo’s) and couldn’t’ believe how young she is…

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Jason Moran solo piano Snape Maltings. Superb virtuosity. My favourite piece was a fierce rhythmic soundscape created using the low notes, strings and pedals whilst taking down the stage lights - as he said “it changed the molecules around us”. Barely a quarter full tho - crying shame.

Last Wednesday, Øya Festival, Oslo’s biggest outdoor festival. It runs from Wednesday to Sunday, no camping and closes at around 12.

Headlining on Wednesday were the Gorillaz. Although I am not their biggest fan as I don’t get on with all their music, they were excellent live and I heard some tracks from their last two Albums for the first time.