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Any chance of some atmosphere / dancing?

Post by davidgsmith » 27 Sep 2009, 22:07

I am going to the shows at Harrogate and Newcastle,
neither of which in the past has been exactly a hotbed of atmosphere, especially Harrogate.
Anyone else going to these shows agree with me? maybe we could try and incite the crowd??


or should I just sit down ??

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Re: Any chance of some atmosphere / dancing?

Post by davidgsmith » 08 Oct 2009, 17:15

Just as I thought - a pandemic of apathy.

Looks like I will be dancing on my own :D

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Re: Any chance of some atmosphere / dancing?

Post by ronald » 13 Oct 2009, 00:28

Better in amsterdam than, limited seats and most of the audience already on their feat :D
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Re: Any chance of some atmosphere / dancing?

Post by BLUEHOOD71 » 13 Oct 2009, 09:36

I have seen Chris live many times and the audience is never particularly lively. I kid you not one time at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall two "older" ladies came in sat a couple of rows in front of me and proceeded to get some sort of blanket out and put it over their knees then get a box of chocolates out. Did not look to me if they were getting ready to dance! :lol: :lol:

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Re: Any chance of some atmosphere / dancing?

Post by Tina3 » 13 Oct 2009, 10:59

Hi Everyone,
BLUEHOOD71 wrote:two "older" ladies came in sat a couple of rows in front of me and proceeded to get some sort of blanket out and put it over their knees then get a box of chocolates out. Did not look to me if they were getting ready to dance!
This is so funny.Just as well Chris didn't see them or he might have told them to take a hke :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Any chance of some atmosphere / dancing?

Post by JOHN O'NEILL » 12 Nov 2009, 14:29

davidgsmith wrote:I am going to the shows at Harrogate and Newcastle,
neither of which in the past has been exactly a hotbed of atmosphere, especially Harrogate.
Anyone else going to these shows agree with me? maybe we could try and incite the crowd??


or should I just sit down ??
WELL I'M GOING TO NEWCASTLE FRONT ROW ON WEDNESDAY AND I AGREE WITH YOU I HOPE THERE WILL BE A BETTER ATMOSPHERE, THAN HIS LAST CONCERT WITH THE BLUENOTES THERE, FOR A HOME CROWD I WOULD OF THOUGHT YHEY WOULD HAVE BEEN EAGER TO GIVE HIM A GOOD RECEPTION, COME ON FOLKS LETS MAKE IT A GREAT SHOW FOR CHRIS AND THE BAND, AND LETS HAVE SOME AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION AND A GREAT NIGHT.

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Re: Any chance of some atmosphere / dancing?

Post by davidgsmith » 27 Mar 2010, 18:44

So how was it for those people that went???

Good comment from Chris: "I'm going to a disco, you lot can stay in your seats if you want....."
Just about sums it up at Harrogate, and the look on his face..!

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Re: Any chance of some atmosphere / dancing?

Post by telemonster » 29 Mar 2010, 17:47

Some people just like to sit and listen, I guess. And see, of course...

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Re: Any chance of some atmosphere / dancing?

Post by Tina3 » 29 Mar 2010, 19:51

davidgsmith wrote:Good comment from Chris: "I'm going to a disco, you lot can stay in your seats if you want....."
This is priceless :lol: :lol:
I wonder what Dublin will bring.
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