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if you saw the stage and flight times you wouldn't be saying that touring is brutal you have to be wired a certain way to cope most don't i know cos i have seen over the years some pretty tough characters come very unglued on tour however i enjoy it despite the madness...i want my head looking at


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From The Irish Times:

"Like stealing from the church poor box or admitting to owning a Ronan Keating record, seeing Richard Hawley at a rock festival just doesn't seem right. Of course, the timeless Sheffield singer took it all in his stride and brought a touch of class to Saturday's proceedings on the Pet Sounds stage. His melancholy pop songs were the perfect foil for the disposable indie offerings on other stages. As the last sublime chords of The Ocean faded and the appreciative audience trooped outside, with a quick glance at the sunset sky, we were sure we almost caught a glimpse of heaven."

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"Hawley deserves to be feted as one of the finest songwriters working today." :D

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