Monthly Archives: July 2005

Dave, I’m Out

What a depressing little weed I looked in that last entry. Anyway, the lonely bit didn’t last long because Dave turned up. My sweet sister gave him the address. I was so miserable I was almost pleased to see him, … Continue reading

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Holiday

We’ve been given a week off before the tour, and I needed the rest. I was getting really frazzled with the rehearsals so what the tour will be like I hate to think. I went home and was welcomed like … Continue reading

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Plain Sailing

Well, they seem to have sorted out the stage, lighting and sound. We did a dress rehearsal today in the warehouse. God knows what the locals on the industrial estate made of the deafening noise, and that was just the … Continue reading

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The Stage

Great excitement today. The road gang were doing practice stage builds in the Rehearsal Studio today, which is just a big warehouse. What a mess. The first build took them four hours and still it was wrong. There’s meant to … Continue reading

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Pandora

I guess I was supposed to know that Pandora, who I am replacing, had overdosed and died, but I didn’t. It led to an embarrassing scene yesterday when I asked what must have seemed a bit of an insensitive question … Continue reading

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The Difference

I just cannot believe the difference of working for a band like Amazon Harlequin compared with Damp Patch. I don’t live at home any more. Joe Goldman, the manager, moved me into a Docklands apartment they rented for the last … Continue reading

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