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Thread started 02/05/19 3:35am

mattj

The Revolution European tour starts today

European tour starts today in Norway .. anyone going ? I'm going to London gigg 13th Feb

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Reply #1 posted 02/05/19 8:36am

jenst

Yes!

Paris on Monday, feels like the ticket's been on my fridge for aaaaaages.

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Reply #2 posted 02/05/19 11:38am

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Dates and access to tickets on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/...tionmusic/

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Reply #3 posted 02/11/19 10:41am

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Amsterdam was sooooooooooooooooooo good !

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I think this was one of the better concerts i've seen in the last couple of years.

Thank you The Revolution.

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"...no matter what, all will be fine, always."
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Reply #4 posted 02/11/19 1:03pm

CandyCool

Amsterdam was fantastic!! Great music, great atmosphere. Thank you, the Revolution!
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Reply #5 posted 02/12/19 12:45am

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Paradiso Amsterdam was awesome.
Here're some vids I made:

Kiss w. Mint Condition front man Stokely on lead vox:




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Reply #6 posted 02/12/19 11:31am

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Seeing them in London tomorrow night ... can't wait for my purple fix, its been too long!

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Reply #7 posted 02/12/19 1:15pm

theartistirl

They were excellent in Paris too. Very emotional experience.
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Reply #8 posted 02/13/19 8:23am

jenst

jenst said:

Yes!

Paris on Monday, feels like the ticket's been on my fridge for aaaaaages.

Update: we forgot the tickets on the fridge...

Luckily our neighbor has a key to feed our cat and an old digital camera (he's a luddite without smartphone), the barcode was enough to get in.

Great show, the band was as tight as they were 30+ years ago and the atmosphere was on the good side of emotional-party.

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Reply #9 posted 02/13/19 11:34pm

antonb

It was an enjoyable night. But it took abit of getting used too for the first ten mins or so.There was a hole and something missing.But it got better as the concert went on.Highlight was Sometimes it snows in April.
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Reply #10 posted 02/14/19 1:00am

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Sometimes It Snows was devastating.

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Reply #11 posted 02/15/19 2:40am

Vannormal

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Robbajobba said:

Sometimes It Snows was devastating.

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And she (Wendy), they (The recolution) changed the lyrics somehow...

It was soooooo good:

"...No one could cry the way HE cried..."
"...I know that he has found A LOT OF friendS..." (crowd cheered)
"Maybe he's found the answer to all the April snow
...I sure hope he did, he hated it so much..."
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Very personal, very touching.
Thank U Wendy !
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Oh and by the way, what a wonderful ghuitarist she (still) is !
Her instrumental intro to this song was breathtaking.
Is it something from W&L era ? or from some score they did ?
Anywone ?
Thank you.
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