|Dublin vs. York
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|Author:||The Baroness [ Tue Feb 19, 2008 7:38 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Re: pardon|
|Author:||mairse [ Tue Feb 19, 2008 7:44 pm ]|
|Author:||The Baroness [ Tue Feb 19, 2008 7:50 pm ]|
I do indeed!
They have the odd "in joke" too - you sometimes see smirks on stage........... there's a real camaraderie (is that how you spell it?) there - and the enthusiasm comes over - it never comes across as just being a gig for gigs sake if you like - they always seem really into the music - and as a consequence every time I see them its like the first time again.............. fresh and new - even the jokes!
Ooh don't get me started Mairse - I could go on for hours...........
|Author:||Ducktail [ Wed Feb 20, 2008 1:24 pm ]|
Two very contrasting cities and venues.
Dublin on a friday night in a standing venue where the draught Guiness was flowing and virtually every 'rockin head' in Ireland was in attendance. Or York on a -7 degree monday evening in a seated opera house with over priced tinnies and dare I say a slightly more mature audiance.
Between songs in York you couldnt hear a pin drop where as between songs in Dublin you would'nt have heard a bomb drop.
Two very different gigs with one major consistency. Hawley and the lads rocked their socks off at both, regardless.
What a great tour. Thank you very much RH
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