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Re: 2019 Gigs

Postby Sir Didymus » Tue Feb 12, 2019 12:20 am

Elessar wrote:
Sir Didymus wrote:21/05/19 - Adam Kay: This is Going to Hurt {The Lowry, Salford}


That’ll be good, the Amateur Transplants were excellent back in the day.

Speaking of which, has Adam Kay started paying Suman a fair share of royalties yet?


As Adam's a friend of mine I can't really comment, sorry fella. :-)

But this is my third time seeing the show since it's first Edinburgh run. It's still a corker.
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Re: 2019 Gigs

Postby Elessar » Tue Feb 12, 2019 5:11 am

Sir Didymus wrote:
Elessar wrote:
Sir Didymus wrote:21/05/19 - Adam Kay: This is Going to Hurt {The Lowry, Salford}


That’ll be good, the Amateur Transplants were excellent back in the day.

Speaking of which, has Adam Kay started paying Suman a fair share of royalties yet?


As Adam's a friend of mine I can't really comment, sorry fella. :-)

But this is my third time seeing the show since it's first Edinburgh run. It's still a corker.


I guess when you’ve got two professionals with an creative amateur side-job and one of them wants to quit the first job and do the second full-time (which he’s done very successfully), it’s inevitable that there’ll be problems when it comes to handling the stuff they did together. Last I heard it was being handled by solicitors, but hopefully they came to an amicable agreement. I guess on a much smaller scale it’s no different to John Deacon picking up royalties whenever Q+AL perform I Want To Break Free. And to be fair, Suman performed an Amateur Transplants song at SMACC, so it goes both ways.
 
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Re: 2019 Gigs

Postby Sir Didymus » Tue Feb 12, 2019 5:22 pm

I was never really into Amateur Transplants tbh. I met Adam via his work on Mongrels, and a few years later, his underrated sitcom Crims. I've gone back and listened to some of it since, but it's more than a little bit lo-fi, innit? But the This is Going to Hurt show, and the subsequent book, are really something special.
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Re: 2019 Gigs

Postby The Milkman » Fri Mar 29, 2019 5:01 pm

Just got Phil Collins tickets. $600 for two tickets!?!? I feel like I’m paying for his divorce.
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Re: 2019 Gigs

Postby Peavy » Fri Mar 29, 2019 7:30 pm

My list so far:

- Rainbow - Memories in Rock (June, Munich)
- Toto - 40 Trips Around The Sun (July, Tollwood, Munich)
- Dream Theater - Scenes From A Memory 20th (July, Rock The Castle, Villafranco di Verona)
- Metallica - Worldwired (August, Munich)
- Glenn Hughes - Classic Deep Purple (September, Munich)
- Greta van Fleet - March Of The Peaceful Army (November, Munich)
 
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