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Me and the missus are back in frozen Tyneside after what we could only agree was an amazing gig - well worth the effort, not to mention the nail biting wait for new passports after we discovered 5 days before going that we'd chucked the other buggers away: oops. Thanks Richard and the rest of the lads (including Clive of course...how does he make that sound!!?) Spellbinding, uplifting, at times down right righteous and funny - a really nice looking venue, good atmosphere and christ, how time flew. Her mother's coming over today and she's a huge Ricky Nelson fan so pretty soon you'll have another convert :*:
Cheers fellas!


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no worries Claire glad you guys had fun, I only had the chance for a very swift pint before the gig anyway, running late as usual. Made up for it afterwards, some session my head still hurts. Great night all round then :D

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The third time the family & friends saw Richard in Dublin, magic! Some of the best nights out with our boys! Richard rallied through the set, like a man posessed at times and the band, well hey...They're the biz! Best pint is in a sheebeen at an undisclosed address in Dublin. THANKS RICHARD HAWLEY AND THE BAND!!!!!!


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