how time flies by.doesnt feel like 15 years since i was there.
mind you its nearly 3.30pm when i write this so i was probably in 'the Torch' pub having a few bevvies beforehand like i always did before a gig there.actually there's no probably about it!
and if someone had said then that i would be retired and living in a cornish fishing port 15 years later i would have laughed them out of the building :-]
Wow! Can't believe it's been that long ago! Seems like it was just yesterday, and I was getting ready to graduate high school in about a month! I think it was pretty good and definately made people more aware of the disease.
freddiemercury4ever wrote: Wow! Can't believe it's been that long ago! Seems like it was just yesterday, and I was getting ready to graduate high school in about a month! I think it was pretty good and definately made people more aware of the disease.
even if we were all telling liz taylor to get off the stage and wondering what the hell spinal tap were doing there and pissed off with bowie for his little prayer bit
Sparrow wrote: wow, i didnt realize.
i was too young to remember it :-p
you just made me feel very old..lol
i can make you feel older :-p
i was 4 when the concert went on! XD
And I was 2!
thankyou all for that!
im just off to buy a rocking chair and a jar of horlicks and a throw to put over my lap.someone get my pipe and slippers please im gonna sit outside and swear at the kids until my medication arrives [goes and checks for more grey hairs].
Mary & I got chatting about the FM tribute last night -- on our way to see WWRY musical in London -- loads of fun, a great time. The NBY part felt real, and Brian asking for spare change in the men's room caught me by surprise. I actually like the Zuccero (sp?) song, but Stone Cold Crazy and The Show Must Go On are my favorites.
Scotland tomorrow, Amsterdam, then France, but LONDON ROCKS!