Just a heads-up that the Paul Simon: The Life Kindle Edition is on the tax dodgers site at 0.99p
Two of my “Crew” have bailed out of the THE The gig on 6th June at Brixton Academy. I have put them on the Getmein reseller site that is associated with he ticket seller but also wanted to see if any of the massive are interested. The original costs are as follows:- Type: Full Price Ticket Details: Price Level 1, Stalls Standing, Incl. 1.25 Levy Ticket Price: £45.00 x 2 = £90.00 Service Charge: £5.65 x 2 = £11.30 Facility Charge: £1.25 x 2 = £2.50 Delivery Charge: £2.75 Total Charge: £106.55
If anyone is interested in the pair from here they are at the £45.00 per ticket price only* Please PM me and we can make contact and meet up before the gig.
* Sorry for sounding like a massive t̶w̶a̶t̶ ticket tout but needs must and all that Cheers, Razor
I have a standing stalls ticket for Stone Foundation going spare and free gratis to anyone that wants it. I double booked and am going to Georgie Fame in Bristol the same night (dopey tw*t I am) Please message me and I can e-mail the ticket, first come etc etc
They were on BBC London Robert Elms show yesterday if you want to listen to them on the BBC Radio Iplayer or Spotify their latest LP called “Street Rituals” produced by P.Weller
As the kids say, I am “super excited” about this. Hopefully I can beat the secondary sales bots and secure tickets for the 2018 Albert Hall gig.
Please see info from today’s The The mail out…..
Finally, having last performed live as guests at David Bowie’s Meltdown at London’s South Bank in 2002, THE THE announce a pair of headline shows for June 2018: the Heartland Festival in Denmark followed by a concert at London’s Royal Albert Hall.
1st June 2018 – Heartland Festival, Egeskov Castle, Denmark
Tickets on sale Monday 11th September 2017 HERE
5th June 2018 – Royal Albert Hall, London
Tickets on sale Friday 15th September 2017
Unfortunately, artists cannot prevent prevent touts buying up tickets to fleece the audience. It is strongy advised therefore to purchase your tickets as soon as the links go live.
Be seeing you!
All at www.thethe.com
I saw Low last week in Bristol, they played their Christmas album and were fantastic. There were two supports before the main show, the first being Erik Koskinen, who also joined Low for their Christmas set and sang this song. The video shows US GI’s putting on a spread and entertainment for some orphans…..the song and video has been in my brain and heart all week. He has some good albums on Spotify and I just wanted to highlight it to you guys, the massive, who have given me good suggestions for music to explore on this site and the previous one. I hope you all enjoy whatever Christmas break you have this year and get some respite from the utter bollocks that was 2016 Sláinte !
After years of the BBC dragging it’s heels you can now download programmes to listen to in your own time, just like you can do with their telly progs….travel listening sorted from now til they decide to pay per listen as per Eton Dave’s financial strategy roll out coming here soon.
Hello “The Massive” I posted earlier this week on the Bob Dylan is rubbish thread. Now as we all know, according to the foie gras hating Brass in Pocket chanteuse Chrissie Hynde, there is a thin line between love and hate. For most of my 53 years I never “got” Dylan and pretty much hated his music,but in the past thee months it just clicked and now I have all that body of work to explore and spend time with…lucky old me! I do however need a, ahem, download of the complete Theme Time Radio Hour, of course I do, you guys know how it is if anyone does…and I can’t find it on my usual dodgy t’internet sites. I am hoping someone out there in obsessive musicland can help a Dylan newbie and point me in the right direction for this. Thanks in advance etc etc.