Just managed to organise to be able to get up from Cornwall (and back) to see Edwyn at The Fleece tomorrow only to find we are too late to book tickets online. Does anyone know if tickets will be available on the door?
hi peter.i was hoping to go but have m.e. and don't think i'm going to make it tonight.i've got a pair of tickets if you're interested.the only trouble is i'm in monmouth,which is about 40 mins from bristol.give me a ring if you're interested on 07743789565.
Thanks for the offer, but it looks like we have missed our deadline for being able to get up there. Not sure if we could have got to Monmouth and back in time anyway (actually visited Monmouth for the first time last year to see Mott The Hoople).
Hope you did get there guys, as the gig was a stormer. All the talk of the band being top notch was proved true with everyone giving it their all. Rip It Up alone was worth the entrance fee... moving from fluid funk to diamond-hard rock in the blink of an eye. Astounding. And that was the first time I'd heard Consolation Prize in many a year.
Major props go out to the two nutters at the front - I'd have been there too but I've got a very short Missus who gives me withering looks when I belt out all the words.
Oh, and Cracking Christmas cards to boot!
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