I have to say…things is quiet on the SM front, and I do miss Mr Kerr.
I hope things are okay. One can’t help but worry. I guess it isn’t our place to be concerned.
It’s one year to the day since the opening Grandslam gig at Maidstone in Kent. Mixed feelings still of the gig, only having been allowed back on to SMO the week prior. The cynic in me can never help but think it was just tactics (having my block from SMO revoked). I wish for more than anything in the world that it wasn’t.
My lasting memory of the day will be of meeting my beautiful friend, Ally, and us in an embrace singing along to Someone Somewhere In Summertime together. A magic memory. ❤️❤️❤️
I obviously didn’t film it at Maidstone. I was swept up enjoying the moment with Ally, but I recorded them doing it at Leeds the following weekend.
Things are quiet on the SM front. It’s just…quiet…and I miss Jim. There! I said it. I’ve been trying hard not to. I’ve not wanted to admit to it cos it’s sad and clingy and stupid and all that stuff.
But it is part of what makes being a Minds fan feel so special… the interactivity with him, but it has all but dried up since before Xmas.
Well…a slow severance since the end of the North American tour, really. I mean Christmas happened in between, fair enough.
He posts once or twice a week maybe, still… but nothing really beyond that.
And then… it sounds demanding! And I don’t want it to. I just miss it (him) that’s all. The interactivity is good… Great… When it happens.
He’s probably bored of us.
Anyway! I will post my final two gig reviews when I get home. Most likely on Sunday I’ll post them. The Bard’s Tale was brilliant though. I’ll say that much now!
And a big old quiet spell. What’s a fan to do? Miss you, Mister 😦
Let’s hope it’s the calm before the storm…