With just over a month to go until they are back playing at Oran Mor – Caezar have two radio slots coming up this week – see below (or view the band’s various social media) for details.
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Time to get back to work. Wearecaezar will be live on the Diana Schad show this Wednesday 9th Jan from 10pm on Pulse Radio 98.4Fm and the the Brian Byrne show on Friday 11th Jan from 6pm on Camglen Radio 107.9Fm, full band in session for Brian’s show. This follows a few days rehearsals for our up and coming home town gig at Oran Mor on Friday 15th Feb. Hope to see you all there . Joe & JJ X
So, I am listening into the Billy Sloan Show earlier (still listening now as I type this out) and he read out some listener comments about the best gig, album and single of 2018. After he read some words about Simple Minds, he went onto say “they are bringing out a new album and will be on tour again. I can’t say too much now but all will be revealed in due course. Simple Minds are set for a very busy year in 2019.”
WOAH! HOLD THE PHONE!
STAYED TUNED FOLKS!
UPDATE: Next morning: okay, well…I’m not sure where the “tour” bit came from that I heard. I suppose I had jst been talking “tour” wth a friend just a few minutes before and it stuck in my mind and stayed there. I hadn’t been well, so that’ll be my excuse. But, to reiterate, Billy did say that a new album s coming and that Simple Minds will have a busy year ahead. But…we’ll see! My eyes will be kept peeled and my ears will be kepyt to the ground.
The walls (wardrobe doors actually…well, part of the display extends to the wall) may change, but the view won’t.
A move will happen sometime this year. And it is just so damn exciting but also very much an adventure into the unknown. To be looking into buying a property is something I thought would only ever happen due to a lottery win. It’s one of those things in my life that, on the rare occasion, I would let myself dream about but NEVER actually believe would ever be real.
But at some point (with luck!) this year we’ll move house, but not just moving elsewhere but BUYING the house! And not just moving house but moving to a new part of the country…or even into a new country entirely!
There are things to take with me. I don’t want to take a lot. I arrived here with a suitcase. Literally. That was it. A suitcase of clothes, and a few little portable trinkets. The majority of what I want to take with me I have only accumulated over the past few years…including these beautiful things.
As I say…the walls may change but the view won’t.
Can’t say I can’t agree with how it has been written. We sing from the same hymn sheet you and I, Mr Gittins.
The uber talented Ged Grimes had, very recently, not only been making music and playing with Simple Minds, but he had been busily composing music for a “video” game (in this day and age, do we still call them “video” games?) called The Bard’s Tale.
Sarah Brown interviewed (quizzed?) Ged on this event to do with it, as part of Celtic Connections.
It’s at the Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow on January 31st, 2019. Now…it just so happens that John Grant is playing in Glasgow the following night as part of Celtic Connections…and I already have a ticket, so I am thinking perhaps I should go up a day earlier and experience The Bard’s Tale live?
I’ve never been a big gamer and I can’t claim to be into The Bard’s Tale…but I have liked what I’ve heard of the music and it would certainly be an interesting experience to see it performed live…esp. as it sounds like it could be quite an interactive experience. I’ve got to say, I’m intrigued, and interested.
I will let Ged explain more (with the help of Ms Brown). Click here for ticketing details…
UPDATE: Ticket booked. Going! 👍🏻