Tuesday, July 04, 2006

Beaulieu, 3rd July 2006

The gig last night (again) was so much fun. The band are getting better and better every night!! The audience was really boring for Casbah Club (heard alot of people saying, oh yes, that's Pete's son's band!!!) but they rocked big time. After their set I was lucky enough to meet Bruce Foxton and have my piccie taken with him (no photoshopping here!!). What can I say about the Who? Just brilliant.


Blogger Anne-Marie said...

Hi Steve,
What great pictures you took! I keep hearing they're in top form, and this is making we mucho excited for Berlin- especially now that they've downgraded to a smaller venue.

Thanks for posting them. Very nice. Is that it for your Who adventures, or are you going to more gigs?


11:24 AM  
Blogger MaryMoo said...

Great pics! Compared to the one's I managed to take you were practically ON the stage! tehehe

11:33 AM  
Blogger Melissa & Gary said...

Nice pictures.

11:50 AM  
Blogger Cheryl Ann said...

Thanks for sharing, these pics are great! I'm so jealous.

2:11 PM  
Blogger lryicsgrl said...

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3:20 PM  
Blogger lryicsgrl said...

NICE......hey, you two look like brothers ;)

3:20 PM  
Blogger Grace said...

Thanks for sharing your photos. And the reports from the gigs. Great stuff!! x Grace

4:21 PM  
Blogger Mark T said...

Hi Steve, yes it sounds like we've both been to the same gigs. Your photos are really good. What camera? It's a shame that you couldn't have made more use of your backstage pass at Brighton. I thought that the banter from Pete at Beulieu was great. Although Roger throwing a tantrum was not too good but I suppose that he was only thinking of his throat. Yes, we plan to go to the Greek restaurant. I've put some of my photos up on my Blog so pop over and have a look. See you soon. Mark

5:24 PM  
Blogger hn said...

Great photos!!! Thanks for sharing!

5:28 PM  
Blogger Gary said...

You jammy bugger!

That's a great photo, and he is the nicest bloke. I met him a couple of times back in the day and he was always very friendly. Paul could be a bit moody, but never Bruce or Rick. I wish they could reunite, but it will never happen, and actually, I'm liking Simon T's stuff better than Weller's lately. Bruce may indeed have the last laugh.

Thank you for sharing that with me.

6:37 PM  
Blogger Metalchick said...

Hi Steve,
I'm back! great pictures! I'm sorry that the audience was boring while Simon was performing. At least we don't only know Simon as "Pete's brother" He is, but he's so much more than that. I hope to see Casbah Club live someday.

3:39 AM  
Blogger Bri said...

Hi Steve, Your photos are brilliant, and your words too. I'm happy for you that you've been there! I've been experiencing the European tour virtually and loving it.

The thought of seeing Simon play live is almost as exciting to me as that of seeing the Who!

Read your post on Rachel's blog, hope you are keeping your chin up. The music helps, doesn't it? and the general communion of good people surrounding the Attic.

Brina in Minnesota

12:16 PM  
Blogger Anne-Marie said...

Hi Steve,
sorry we didn't manage to meet while I was in London. I hope life is treating you well these days.


1:09 PM  
Blogger musicmikey said...

Hey Steve, your picture's are brilliant mate, top shot's.
Jenson done it at last, what a star! I was really pleased, and an exciting race as well. Thank's for the shout on my blog mate, take care.

1:32 PM  
Blogger Natters said...

You took some fantastic pictures there!

Just looked at your band's site. Will you be playing near Luton soon?


9:24 AM  
Blogger Trini said...

Hi Steve:

In first place, please excuse me, I'm spanish and my english is very bad.

Nice pictures...

I'm sorry that the audience was boring while Casbah Club were playing... I was in The Who's concert in Madrid and Casbah Club were amazing... but they play only 40 minutes and I want more CC.... I think the audience in Madrid liked a lot CC, everybody was happy in that concert. And the spanish press wrote beautiful articles about The Who and and a small and positive commentary about CC.

Cheers from Spain

11:14 AM  
Blogger Lance Burns said...

Hello Steve

Enjoyed your writing of the Brighton gig. Your obviously a Who nut (I'm not the only one!). How many times have you seen The Who and where?



11:05 AM  
Blogger Lance Burns said...

Hello Steve

Just checked out your photo's of Basement Jam, in two of them is me (great to be in the same photo as Pete!!) cheers made you made my day.

I'm not sure how to set up a blog, but if you want, you can contact me at euroenclosures@aol.com



12:22 PM  
Blogger Natters said...

Hi Steve thank you for leaving a message on my blog.

Yep got my ticket for Roundhouse. It was a struggle - in the end I went on Seetickets.com and they had some thank God. Can't wait!

I'll keep an eye on your blog for your band details.

Speak soon

6:58 AM  
Blogger CrazyCharly said...

Hi Steve!
It sounds like you had a great WHO concert!!! The pictures are great!! My dad made some good pictures at the concert in Ulm. If you want see one then visit my blog!
Love, Charly

10:10 AM  
Blogger Anne-Marie said...

Hi Steve,
I hope you're recovered from your chest infection. I'm in my last week of summer holidays, squeezing the last bit our of it.

I hope things are loooking better.


5:32 AM  
Blogger Michael said...

Dude you met Bruce.....now thats cool.......michael :)

1:31 PM  
Blogger SpaceCowboy said...

Hiya Steve! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I think you've some really nice pics of the group as well. My favorite would be the one with the pinball machine backdrop. :)


10:24 PM  
Blogger musicmikey said...

Hey Steve, Brazil was amazing, what a race. A fitting finale, to the season, and for Michael, he couldn't have driven better. Hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. Take care

2:08 PM  
Blogger Natters said...

Hi Steve,

Cheers for popping over again. Glad you enjoyed it too.

I didn't bring my camera but did you get any pics?

8:47 AM  
Blogger Delbut said...

Steve. Thanks for the comment. So it was you! Pushing to the front! Only kidding. That bloke was a real pain in the arse. Glad you had a good view. Wasn't it a great gig?

9:01 PM  
Blogger Metalchick said...

Hi Steve,
A lot has happened since that last comment I left here. I met Simon and Mikey! I almost met Pete & Rachel, but I did get her to say Hi to me.

How are you?

6:22 AM  

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