(I HAVE FOUND AN ANSWER
I don't think you don't care,
Just you laugh coz your
LOADED an things are DIFFERENT from there.
Ive found an ANSWER I don't think you don't care just you laugh coz your LOADED.)
Dear Mr h,
Happy New Year
Let's hope it's a good one. Although we won't be able to avoid the fear... nor the F.E.A.R, which is, in the latter case, a thing to look forward to.
May 2017 provide good health, love & happiness for you and your loved ones.
I wish you all the best for the new year 2017 and best wishes from Germany.
See you next year in PZ and Hamburg.
Dear Mr h,
as I wasn`t well the last couple of days,I`m a bit late writing a message in your guestbook at this time of the year.Hope you`ve had,-... and still have a nice Christmas.It was great to see you together with Marillion and John Wesley in Cardiff.Thanks that you all came to play and sing in Wales again.Also I`m grateful,that "Santa" left your new DVD under the tree for me.Tonight I`m devastated about the sad news that George Michael has passed away.This year we lost too many awesome people... In moments like these I realize how short life can be and we should always try to make the best of life".
Anyway..,whatever is beautiful,whatever is meaningful,whatever brings you happiness,may it be yours during the rest of this holiday season and throughout the coming year!:)
I'd like to thank you for make my life rich and joyful, for of three shows in my country (one of them in my home-town, it's great!),for
your hard work on 18 album, FEAR is really special. If I can I'd go in all (or many) Marillion's shows and all of h Natural, but
"The gold stops us / The gold always did..."
Congratulations for Royal Albert Hall.
Have a merry Christmas with your family and a
Tiau meu amigo,My Eternal Love.
P.S:Can we do all things again?
No,no! I forgot! 2017 is Marillion weekend's year.Whoopee! See you soon!( I hope).
It's Winter Solstice~
"Ring out, wild bells to the wild sky
The flying cloud, the frosty light
The year is dying in the night
Ring out, wild bells, and let him die.
Ring out the old, ring in the new,
Ring, happy bells, across the snow
The year is going, let him go;
Ring out the false, ring in the true."
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Beloved h., wishing you and your family a blessed Christmas filled with hope, peace and love.
Thank you so much for a magical Christmas evening in Oxford.
We were completely under your spell...
Meeting you personally was so special... we were lost for words...
we will try to be less nervously shy... if possible...next time.
Hopefully you've got now a chance to relax and you're getting better.
We wish you a warm Merry Christmas and plenty of well deserved rest and family time!
We wish you blessed 2017 filled with love and happiness!
Looking forward to seeing you soon.
with Warm Regards
Eva & Cezary
We talked about Marillion’s gig in Paris and we’ve just forgotten to talk about your Dublin’s gig. It was a great evening in terms of emotion… You’ve got this rare human “thing” (which is not very easy to explain). I think that you know what I mean.
So this evening in Dublin made me think to this extract of a Michelangelo’s poem:
« e sai ch’i’ so che tu sa’ ch’i’ son desso:
a che più indugio a salutarci omai? »
Take care and see you soon.
Dear mr. h
appears you've not been too well either! Ian and I are slowly recovering still, had a great time in bicester - missed out on Nial's band's show at the Bell, not the most accessible venue! happy to report both of ian's books in coles and we'll be back down in april for a poetry night. had a great time locally last night as well - ian delivering a 20 minute set of his lovely poems at a bookshop not far from the iconic iron men.
see you in the new year somewhere in Germany or elsewhere in Europe.
Hope you and yours have a brilliant christmas and new year.
best festive wishes
Jude and Ian Hall xxxxxxxx
Hello Mr H,
Well what can we say..?!
What an absolutely fabulous time we had at Oxford, Liverpool and Dublin! Three very different shows with a new vibe at each one, and highlights too many to list...
In all the years we've been coming to your (& Marillion) gigs, you and your voice never cease to amaze. Just bloody brilliant - THANK YOU.
The pleasure was all ours...
Enjoy your well-earned time off.. relax and recharge.
Love, baubles & tequila.
Helena & Mike
Remember the Roger Hodgson gig in a very wet and windy field in Ipswich? Well, we as loyal fans supported you by being there. So, why can't we get tickets for the RAH unless we pay tout prices. Spent hours on the phone etc etc. Unhappy and very disappointed of Chelmsford. Any chance of an extra night? Love you really.
Hi Steve, thank you as always for a great night in Liverpool you never disappoint. Your Christmas tour is a must each year and we wouldn't miss it.
Sorry to hear you were not feeling well but this didn't effect our enjoyment of your performance.
Thank you for signing the penguin too and hope you liked the gift from Steve and I.
Have a great Christmas and New Year. Get well soon
Lots of love Joyce and Steve xx
Hi Steve, just a note to say thanks, I really enjoyed the Oxford gig, such a great place to play and great atmosphere. Your music takes me to a different place, and loving the new tunes too. Hope you`re feeling better. Wish you a great Christmas. Christmas isn`t Christmas anymore without going to see you
Dear Mr h, I was honoured to have met you on Friday evening in Oxford. As a healthcare professional I am aware of the devastating effects Influenza can have on the heathiest of people. I urge you to consider postponing your Dublin show if you are still suffering from the symptoms. By the sounds of it you are from the many fb posts I have read. I am a fan not a musician of any kind and have no idea of the consequences of doing such a thing, but I think I can speak for many that you will not be thought of any less for doing such a thing and people will still come and pay money to sit in a room with you. Get well soon. Much love and regards to you
Thank you so much for a wonderful gig in Oxford where, despite some throaty
unwellness - which lent your voice a delightful husky timbre I might add - you gave it your all as usual, and were extremely generous with your time after the show finished.
It's not often I am lost for words, but now normal service has been resumed, how about aurophobia, or papyrophobia?
Merry Christmas with love.