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 Post subject: buxton
PostPosted: Mon Feb 18, 2008 9:26 pm 
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:D It be the night before the buxton gig,,,last time I was there I saw the moody mr morrison...Van the man that be...nice venue ..Victorian town has I remember it lovely theatre....anyway i digress...got to say mr H awley could teach our van about stage etiquette ...the first time i saw Mr Hawley it struck me how warm and humorous he greets the crowd...something warming like a cold fire on a bitter day in Bolton or maybe i have seen too many van and dylan gigs...Mr hawley your music and muse fill me with joyous merriment....Looking forward to Buxton and More gigs further down the road....

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P.S me pals all ask me to describe your music...all i can reply is he's a mixture of orbison...elvis rockabily..hank marvin...buddy holly...a touch of scott walker...with a pinch of vic reeves thrown in...Mr Hawley your fab...


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 Post subject: Re: buxton
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the first time i saw Mr Hawley it struck me how warm and humorous he greets the crowd...something warming like a cold fire on a bitter day in Bolton

a Bolton bloke by any chance? Ah I miss those bitter Bolton days, dithering on Deansgate...Welcome, though, Boltonian or not.

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Me + 1 as well :D

The three and 1/2 months since i got my tickets has felt like an eternity...

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Just been snooping round the Opera House's website and read this in the biography of its architect:

"Matcham died in 1920 of blood poisoning brought on by excessive trimming of his finger nails."

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