Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Port Patrick tonight Belfast on Thursday

Well that was a great wee night in Callander. and it was great to see my son play with his band Hammershift as support. They were amazing, and went down very well with the audience. The good news is, Port of Menteith Primary school made their target, and can now go ahead with their plan to install a 'White Board 'in the classroom. We, the band, had a brilliant time. It was funny hearing our name being chanted before we went on. This was instigated by my youngest son, who was at the front of the stage, right in front of me. Off to Port Patrick in a couple of hours. See you all there. We are on after the football, (around 10pm).


Blogger ATB66 said...

This was the 2nd time I've seen the band: the first time was in 'Ivory Black's'. Another excellent gig. Keep them coming!

11:19 am  
Blogger braveclark said...

great gig last night in Callander.
the music was amazing and the band are shit hot.

i've seen many gigs over the years buy special gig like this only happen once in a blue moon.

thanks for the experience

1:54 pm  
Blogger queen_of_the_mountain said...

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3:50 pm  
Blogger queen_of_the_mountain said...

is that the view from mick's or your house there on the pic? looks beautiful!!
i am not allowed to say anything about the man in the pic cos my very own man is standing right behind me and wouldnt be too happy. he is already asking strange questions. that's that with men!

anyway, I miss the scottish hills, next time I'll go with my son Sir Nico who is 6 and would love it there!!

3:51 pm  
Blogger Banny said...

Hey Derek, any chance of some Bass lessons, or have you ever thought about publishing a book or dvd of tuition? I'm teaching myself, slowly and badly, and want to learn all those cool early simple minds bass lines, especialy Glittering Prize and Premonition.

All the best from Banny.

2:11 pm  
Blogger Lastgirlstanding said...

Great to see you in Portpatrick, and already looking forward to the next gigs!

Congratulations at hitting the target for your son's school. Sorry I couldn't be there, but delighted to hear that everything went well for all concerned

5:33 pm  
Blogger charlie mcg said...

Yeah, the Callander gig was fantastic!

Well done guys. looking forward to hearing more in the future


12:00 pm  
Blogger Spearbabe said...

Lovely back garden there Derek!

bet it take's some mowing :)

hope to see you soon!

12:56 pm  
Blogger queen_of_the_mountain said...

a cow would do as well...

12:59 pm  
Blogger Spearbabe said...

Ha ha true, I don't have one on me at the moment :)

3:01 pm  
Blogger queen_of_the_mountain said...

everyone should have a cow, dear...

7:06 pm  
Blogger Spearbabe said...

Will see what I can do Queen!

2:23 am  
Blogger queen_of_the_mountain said...

i think u might find some cheap ones on ebay LOL

btw, mr. forbes, could it possibly be that this photographer from glasgow who used to do street photography in the 70s has taken a pic of YOU crossing the street... per coincidence?? i mean look at it, it DOES look like you, doesnt it??

3:58 pm  
Blogger queen_of_the_mountain said...

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3:59 pm  
Blogger queen_of_the_mountain said...

for some reason i am not able to get the pic inside here. if you click on my user name and then into my own blog you can see it. sorry, no other way to show you the pic, Im afraid...

4:02 pm  
Blogger Derek Forbes said...

Yes. It does look like me. If it wasn't for the fact that my hair was long during the early seventies, (see Fourskins picture), then I would swear it was me.
come on the Good Men

5:44 pm  
Blogger Bruce said...

Hi Dirk, great pic and not an omen heid in site. Will look like Shane Magowan when you see me tomorrow as my cap came out again last night, will be speaking with a lispe or is it a lithpe, call you later

1:46 pm  

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