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Entry no. 501 from Helena & Mike from Liverpool on December 16, 2016 at 11:55 am

Hello lovely

We're currently battling through traffic on our way down to see you in church.
Hopefully in time for doors...
Can't wait :-)
Love Helena & Mike

Entry no. 500 from Anne-Aurore from somewhere near Paris on December 13, 2016 at 1:40 pm

in my bad English... sorry
We had (of course)

Entry no. 499 from Anne-Aurore from near Paris on December 13, 2016 at 12:48 pm

Dear Steve,

What can I say (in my bad English)?
We have a great night in Paris last saturday thanks to you!It was an amazing gig!
And thank you for the three "historical" words in French at the end of Neverland...
Nice to see you in Dublin.

Entry no. 498 from Judith Hall from Liverpool on December 13, 2016 at 8:20 am

Dear Mr. h

Very sad to report that Ian and I will not be at the Oxford show due to ongoing illness. He's got a chest infection and i'm slowly recovering from another serious ear episode (severe vertigo to put it politely). we are still travelling to Bicester on Friday and will be there Saturday morning (Costa by Market Square) for Ian now has his 2nd poetry book out and is visiting his old secondary school friends again and books are in Coles! So near and yet so far! Our tix have been passed onto friends for free. better to give than to receive!! Hoping to get abroad to see the band next year sometime. Again, much apologies, have a great time out on the Celtic road and i'm sure we'll catch up next year.

best festive wishes jude xxx

Entry no. 497 from Flippsie from Stratford-upon-avon on December 13, 2016 at 5:36 am

Hi Steve,

On a few occasions when I've seen Marillion and there's been a bit of audience participation, I've heard you say, "Hmm, not as good as Manchester." The first time, I thought you were just being churlish, but after the second time, I decided to see just how good Manchester are and I have to say, having seen you there the other week, I now know what you mean. They are a keen bunch and I could tell they didn't let you down.

It's been an awful year for all the obvious reasons. Just when you thought it couldn't get worse - it did - several times. F.E.A.R. however, is one of the few things you wouldn't want to change about 2016. You've turned poo into pure gold. See you in Oxford on Thursday. Will there be a tree? If you are playing Beautiful, you've probably got a host of dedications already, but if you could please dedicated it to Jojo, it would mean a great deal. As I'm sure it does to most, if not all, who hear it. You deserve to be immensely proud of what you and the band have achieved. Not just this year, it's great to be able to rely on you guys year after year.

Thank you.

Entry no. 496 from Kevin Manterfield from Lincoln on December 11, 2016 at 8:09 am

Hi H, I would just like to say a big thanks for all of the great music you have been involved with. I first saw Marillion on the Scipt tour and recently saw you in Manchester. Also now going to see you in Oxford on Friday. You are my favourite singer by a mile, please keep making great records and touring. Kev

Entry no. 495 from Tony (not Antony) Marshall from Sarnia, Ontario Canada on December 8, 2016 at 1:09 pm

Hello Mr H. I just wanted to say that I got tickets for the Royal Albert Hall show and am coming from Canada. I'm so excited I can't stand it. I am so looking forward to it as I'm sure you are as well. Hope you enjoyed the Tequila :) Tony and Sue from Sarnia

Entry no. 494 from Sabine from Bonn on December 5, 2016 at 5:20 pm

Dear Mr. h,

I have no clue how many holes it takes to fill the Albert Hall. And though I've probably sung that song a million times in my head since I was 11 years old, I've never ever been there to see a gig myself.
Thank you for finally changing this miserable fact
Congrats on the quick sell-out. (I knew it!)

Love & light,
(Oh, and see you tomorrow!)

Entry no. 493 from John from Brooks on November 30, 2016 at 8:26 am

Hi Steve, my wife and i are coming to your Leeds gig. We are both life long fans for over 35 years. We have been lucky enough to have celebrated our 25 wedding anniversary this year. Please please dedicate, Fantastic Place to my wife Vicki. She's been through cancer and is just the most amazing person I know and love ❤️. If you can't do her favourite song, then please another.
Love from John & Vicki

Entry no. 492 from Agata Kulka from Lancut, Poland on November 28, 2016 at 12:19 pm

Hallo, I want to say that I was on fantastic concert of group "Placebo", 30 days ago. This night I had a dream inside of it You and I we were talking. I write to You every time when I dream You. Old friend gave me CD "F.E.A.R" when I had this longplay since some weeks, also not one but 2, I was going to give this second record to Brian Molko, leader of Placebo. But they were not approachables for fans after concert. That's all for now.

Entry no. 491 from Matteo from Witney on November 28, 2016 at 5:20 am

Hi H
Last night gig in Aylesbury was AMAZING. An early birthday present (and my wife came too!). See you soon in Oxford on 16th. What an amazing month ;o)
I'll give a few copies of FEAR to friends for Xmas...


Entry no. 490 from Karine from TOULOUSE on November 21, 2016 at 11:50 am

Dear Steve,

The new album is great. I can't wait to see you in London on December 4th.
I hope you'll come to Toulouse next year.



Entry no. 489 from Todd Schmid from Woburn Ma on November 19, 2016 at 1:24 pm

To Mr. H and to Marillion,

I want to first send gratitude and appreciation for both the wonderful musical landscapes that you create as well as the ideas that populate those worlds. I thank all of you for the opportunities that you provide us, the listener, to visit those places and find some refuge from a world that is becoming more bewildering by the moment. Bands like yours really matter, and I feel I am so very fortunate to have been able to listen to you for the last 2 decades. I ask only that you continue to write,sing and create for as long as the spark resides within you. I wish you the very best in everything you do!!!

Entry no. 488 from Mick Haslam from Hull UK on November 18, 2016 at 9:23 am

Dear Steve
A message for all 5 of you really. Just want to say a massive 'thanks' for FEAR, it's a corker of an album, sounds full and crisp, challenging and emotionally awakening.

Last time I saw Marillion was 1998 in Manchester on the Radiation Tour, I kind of dropped away from Marillion after that, I don't know why it happened because I love Radiation and from memory that gig was outstanding. I returned to the Marillion Family and The Web a year ago(ish) and have caught up with all albums since my departure. The fans are a credit to Marillion, I have been welcomed back with open arms and reconnected with an old friend through the band.

I suppose what I really want today is a huge thank you to Marillion for the sense of family and your closeness to your fans through Lucy Jordache, she also is a credit.

Much love
Mick 😁

Entry no. 487 from Seth on November 15, 2016 at 6:27 pm

Hey Steve,
I was crying with you in Chicago at the end of El Dorado. As I'm getting older I learn more and more terrible things each day, and for the first time, FEAR is the only way to express my feelings, in words and music. So a million thank you's for that. I'm 21 years old with no idea of what I want to be, in a world that doesn't seem to know either. Since I've shared FEAR with some fellow students, Marillion has officially invaded my college. Now, on a bus you can hear the Living in FEAR chant from headphones! So don't count the ipod generation out just yet ( the back of mine says 'a better way of life'). For now it seems there's no fear round here

Entry no. 486 from Christine Finn from Eau Claire, WI on November 9, 2016 at 4:20 pm

Greetings from what is for many of us in Wisconsin in the United States a sad and bewildering day. Regardless of what the results of our election say, there are a LOT of us that believe in tolerance, compassion, understanding and most importantly of all, peace. We are all basically the same, right? Thank you H, and thank you Marillion, for showing us all again and again that the key left on the outside of the unlocked door is how all of us should be. There may be a lot of fear in the world now, but as long as we have artists like all of you expressing such joy for and about the human race we will all be the angels we were meant to be. I was completely overcome with raw emotion when I saw Marillion's performance in Chicago 2 weeks ago; the power and grace of the music was phenomenal and quite simply, perfect. Saying thank you again seems not quite enough to say. But from the bottom of my heart and for all of us, thank you. Peace to you.

Entry no. 485 from Lucas Gentry on November 9, 2016 at 1:12 pm


I was fortunate enough to catch the Cleveland and Washington DC shows on the most recent US tour. As somewhat of a shy individual, I have an immense amount of respect for anyone that has the guts to pour their emotions out on stage every night. I have even more respect for those that send a message of peace and love. You've become something of a hero to me, your art a beacon of light and hope in an increasingly dark world. Marillion's music means alot to me, and I hope that it is possible for the band to come back to the US at some point.

Thanks for doing what you do.


Entry no. 484 from Anne-Aurore from near Paris on November 9, 2016 at 12:47 pm

Dear Steve,

What did you say?

"The thunder approaches
The heavy sighing of the monster…
Come to break the heavy weather
Come to silence all the singing birds
Tearing up the sky like paper
White-welding through dark steel of clouds
And the release of the sudden rain

The gold stops us
The gold always did
The gold took more lives than Uranium
Than Plutonium. Pandemonium.
The Gold!"

You're right...

Happy to see you in Paris and in Dublin next month.

Entry no. 483 from Gus from Toronto on November 8, 2016 at 9:29 am

Just saw Marillion last week and I have to say, it was like saying hello to a friend I had not seen in a while.... Thank you.

By the way, just got hooked by your H Natural shows.... Any chance you can do one this side of the sea?

Entry no. 482 from Judith halll from Liverpool on November 7, 2016 at 7:06 pm

greetings from Toronto airport, ian and I on our way home after seeing you and Wes we went to Hamilton and nigagra falls - Ian,s gg father was from Hamilton so it was a pilgrimage of sorts very emotional but a great way to see his part of Canada. Loved all the new album stuff missed easter😉 Can,t wait for Glasgow and for Oxford take care Jude and e x x

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