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 Post subject: Paris 6 June
PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2012 1:50 pm 
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Not on PC at the moment so if someone can find a link I'd be grateful if they could add.

aux Bouffes Du Nord dans le cadre de Festival Fragile. Try FNAC for tickets

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just found the tickets on the fnac site. but i can't see it on the theatre site..

http://www.fnactickets.com/place-specta ... -BNHAW.htm

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 Post subject: Re: Paris 6 June
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Yahoo, got a ticket.
Great venue and location; also literally next door to the Eurostar/Thalys train station.


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 Post subject: Re: Paris 6 June
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Are there more people from this forum going to Paris for this concert?


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 Post subject: Re: Paris 6 June
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Cloggie wrote:
Are there more people from this forum going to Paris for this concert?

Two of us going.

It is a "surprise" for the other one - so if you are listening Richard, if you get a chance when you are "slowing" things down a bit in Paris - any dedication to the lovely Elaine would be much appreciated! It would make her night (and maybe mine).

Can't wait 'til Wednesday.


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 Post subject: Re: Paris 6 June
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If anyone is in Paris today, Richard is doing a freebie at FNAT at 18.00 (their time)

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 08, 2012 9:57 am 
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Those going to London tonight will not be disappointed.

Mr H and his Band of Brothers were outstanding in Paris on Wednesday evening. Set in an atmospheric old theatre near the Gare de Nord, the packed audience were treated to excellent mix of the new and the not so new.

Entering Stage Left in a wheelchair - he was soon onto his swivel stool - and after a brief explanation of the injury - was in full flow - still managing to throw some impressive shapes from the new position.

I will try my best with set-list but apologise for mistakes:

Standing at the Sky's Edge, Don't Stare at the Sun, Soldier On, Seek it, Lady Solitude, Hotel Room, Before, Streets Are Ours, Leave Your Body Behind You, Remorse Code, Open Up Your Door, Time Will Bring You Winter, Down in the Woods. (Encore) For Your Lover Give Some Time, The Ocean.

(a lot easier than listing the guitars used)

Probably missed one (maybe two) - a generation thing.

Should be something there for everyone I think!

1. The new songs and the older stuff combine well live.

2. It was very, very good. Well appreciated by the crowd who were in turn well appreciated by the Band. However strong the painkillers - it cannot be easy to play for nearly two hours at that intensity. Thanks.


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 Post subject: Re: Paris 6 June
PostPosted: Sun Jun 24, 2012 9:37 am 
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I'm happy to see they are new dates in France and not only in Paris. Any chance that another French city may be added apart from Bordeaux and Clermont Ferrand?

Otherwise, I'll try to go to Bordeaux - which hopefully would be my 3rst Richard's gig this year and the 1st one in a venue :D I like festivals but a great gig in a nice venue is sometimes so special!

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