A great gig, spoiled only by the couple in front of me who, between them, managed to obscure 90% of my view of the stage. I ended up sitting with one arse cheek off the edge of the seat and my head on one side, just so I could see. I have backache now.
Eventually, I had to tell them to sit back in their seats. The woman, who was clearly bored witless, gave me a really dirty look, so I smiled and then sat back to hear "this is our last song, thank you".
Fortunately for me, the band did two more songs as an encore, so I actually managed to see and hear everything for three whole songs.
I was pleased that Chris Drever sang 'The Poorest Company' because I love that song. It's one I'm trying to learn.
John McCusker played a wonderful medley which raised the biggest cheer of the night. If I could play half as well as him, I'd be very chuffed indeed.
One thing that did make my night is that D, M & W have released their album on vinyl, so I had to buy one. Yes, some of us still prefer vinyl.
I'm home now and blogging from my bed, absolutely knackered. Night night everyone.