It was a brilliant night, really nice small venue, but took ages to fill. The crowd were hard work initially but in the end everyone was up and dancing.
Still no Tesla Girl t-shirt and apparantly they're not going to do one as the artwork is too old to transfer to a t-shirt properly, which was a shame, but they had a nice set of tin badges (3 for £2).
The boys seemed much more relaxed than Hammersmith (Gazzy and I even got a wave from Martin). Managed to see them all afterwards, they were all really chilled and signing everything and having as many photos as people wanted. A really good night, roll on Cambridge.
Location: My little corner of Motion and Heart â™¥
Funny isn't it, that when they used to tour in the old days - there was very little interaction with fans (at least at the gigs I went to) - I remember that level 42 were the best band for fan interaction in the "old days"...
Nice to see that the boys have mellowed and become more "customer friendly"
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there was very little interaction with fans
Yes, but there was no internet then... Back on the Sugar Tax/Liberator tour when the forums where just getting going, that is when it all started... Also look at the fan photos of the concerts, some excellent ones taken, this was just impossible just a few years back.