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Discussion in 'Events' started by Andreas Rex, Jul 1, 2012.
*googles david essex*
With a hint of purple/red?
I was there but heavily disguised, in that I didn't have a spaniel with me. So even friends and family were unlikely to recognise me. My stepson was playing and had persuaded me to take pictures - despite my very clear policy of only photographing owls and dogs. I hadn't been for years - since Gillie Nicholls used to play there and it was free, I think. It was lovely then, to sit on the grass and enjoy the music but I think it was sensible in this rubbish weather, to be able to tell people that they could go and listen to the music whether it rained or not. I felt sorry for the musicians where I was (in the main stand) because there were so few people actually sitting in there, watching them.
You could see his eyes..?
Thank you, I'm glad you enjoyed it
We have no plans to add a backing singer to the line up. Especially not a drunken middle aged lady whose trousers won't stay up.
I wrote a blog post venting some frustrations about the experience of being invaded on stage.
If you watched .44 pistol then I was the one at the front with the mouth organ - you should have said hello!
Did anybody video it, by any chance?
Wormella got some of it. I haven't watched it yet.
The rubbish weather was the cause of the change in plan - normally they have a sound stage on a gert big boogie-bus (well, a truck) but the state of the ground meant they could not park it where it would have gone without damaging what is, after all, a Scheduled Ancient Monument.
Indeed - let's hope that normal service, and weather, returns next year.
Thank goodness for that, she was terrible.
It was quite funny though (), though i appreciate it was not so for your good self ().
She also auditioned for the very last act on the main stage however she was forcibly removed - Im sure we'll be seeing her on some dire tv talent show soon...
I'm lurking in here somewhere