Anyone fancy The Killers at £80 a ticket?
Red card - off theme.
You disappear for days then come back with a pusillanimous comment.I would sing Mr. Brightside by The Killers who are appearing at the SECC for £80 a ticket. What a bargain.
Aye! Come on MacLean yer like a travelling salesman.. never know when they'll turn up ;-)
Brilliant Glen, that word gets 85 points on the blog scrabble board. Wonder what Thingfish will do with an anagram....
£47 including booking fee, handling charge, admin fee and postage.You should be more careful when online shopping as you are clearly being taken advantage of by some traders.
I can't get through on Ticketmaster - not that I would go at these prices.
Who picks these themes??
Head of light radio and 80's music for radio scotland
Jeez is that what that woman now answers to?
Is Norrie making the themes up as he goes? Is the real theme songs about Space?We should be telt
Looking forward to Monday, Janice Forsyth will be guest presenter.She's not afraid to play Saint Andrew...
Anything is possible as its two hours of essential music as chosen by you. More likely U2 ☺
Bugger. Monday's show is strictly virgins only.Now, where did I put that virgin?
In the basement with the others
Nah! That's the Virgin trolley dollies.My Radio Times (SCOTLAND / BORDER) informs me that Oor Janice is sitting in on Friday also.Perhaps BBC cutbacks require Bryan to work a 3-day wwek.
Reckon Janice could put the Snr Producer in her place.. nicely of course.
Is this the Bass Rock again?
Kinda .. I thought we had a good thing going with Prog "Rock" previously but the Blogmeister called time ;-(
re killers ....i got 2 this morning 101 quid.....i thought one was for me then it promptly got taken off me.chhers frae chichester but no fir lang
How can a poor man stand such times and live, Dale?
Ch Ch Ch Chaayyyyngesss.....(c) Bowie
Are we no all born again virgins. Mibbes we could get a shout. As for my x factor audition, it would have to be ermSimple Simon Says
I'm not familiar with any of the works of Erm. And as far as X Factor, it sounds like Ecks have had a good time......My song would probably have been one of Jim Reeves' so its perhaps just as well I didn't tune in!
I saw The Killers in Boston two years ago. It was a surprise for my wife who is a big fan and thought she was going to a baseball game until support Wolfmother appeared.
Does she like flowers?
No .. red socks then?
Three strikes and yer oot!>8-D
Ok here we go we got a real pressure cooker going here. Two down, nobody on, no score, bottom of the ninth. There's the windup, and there it is, a line shot up the middle. Look at him go. This boy can really fly.
Stop right there!!!!
World lugworm digging championships?
...the morning, the morning, I'LL TELL YOU IN THE MORNING!!!
I just found out, courtesy of the delectable Cathy MacDonald, (I salute her delectability!), that an old family friend is Moderator of the Church of Scotland.
A year wearing a ruff and a frock coat - electronic tagging is more humane.
P.S. Next Week's Themes are utter mince.
Mebbe all the old bloggers should phone in on Monday. As far as the show is concerned, we could be first timers
I wouldn't bother DC. According to some mythologies GIO has a life cycle of 4383 to 8766 hours, near the end of which it's required to repeat itself. A self imposed disengagement with it's regular listeners via a bi-annual appeal for virgins creates the life force to renew and live again. The new GIO is destined to live as long as it's old self. This could imply it's immortal but in some circles it is viewed as merely the off-spring of its former being.
"The gigs you went to in your student days". This is a universal theme now that every chip shop has been turned into a university and exam results continue their exponential improvement so that graduate has become a synonym for unemployed and any job more advanced than gravedigging has to be done by a foreigner.And don't tell me students go to school - pupils go to school, students go to university.
In some places pupils have been replaced by "learners"DC
University. A fountain of knowledge where students go to drink
Mebbe once our blogmeister is finished perusing the drinks aisles in sainsburys he could start a wee weekly feature for us...one song sunday... where we recommend the best song we've heard in the ladt 7 days to the house. One of the misses of the old blog is checking out fellow bloggers recommendations.
Excellent idea .. may I suggest Big Seven ~ Judge Dread.
the Judge was deemed good enough for the Guinness Book of Records .. what's so special about this place?
my song of the week -from Driving Towards the DaylightSomewhere Trouble Don't Go - Joe Bonamassa
Enjoyed hearing Jose Feliciano's cover of Golden Lady on Gilles Peterson's Radio 6 show this weekend. He played Unbeleievable Truth too...must listen more often.
Erland & The Carnival - "Trouble In Mind"
Robert Plant and Alison KraussKilling the blues
Mine would be Mr Blue Tie by The Slow Show. Away to check out your others. well apart from Judge dread, Was more of a big six man myself,
your = you're
joe bonamassa and Erland downloaded. Jose, not bad and a hard song to cover but just not as good as Stevie boy.
I was thinking about Mike Nesmith at Oran Mor but cannot bring myself to part with £31. Killers tickets now start at £98.You can go to The Citizens for £10. Have these people lost touch with reality?
i stopped going to the citz when they increased the 50p seats.R. D. Macdonald
I bet that made them sit up
Iain Cuthbertson's Macbeth in 1963 cost me 1/3. For two bob you could have thrown in a three course dinner and a taxi home.