Sorry if this is getting boring.............................Last few..
Wow the piccys on here are brilliant Cheers guys!!
Some more ...
Some awesome pics in this thread! well done people! great to see Glenn on Mel's Les
Here's some fan filmed footage featuring "Coast To Coast" & Mel's "Black Beauty", 1968 Gibson Les Paul
[align='center']...and here's some additional fan filmed footage of "Black Cloud" from The Robin, Wolverhampton gig...
veeeeery nice! Chip will like those!
Thanks for posting them - and also to the fan who took them, whoever you are!
I sure do like them Christian
I had a feeling that this show would turn out to be something special. Wish I could have been there.
Massive thanks to everyone posting the photos and who took the videos
Good to see some Trapeze tunes back after a long hiatus. Even if it's for a short while.
Thank U Keith
Up the Wolves
Glenn, in recent years has tried to keep moving forwards, and not devoted too much time looking back. Well I have to tell you that this was a very special night, largely because G dipped deep into his back catalogue. Wonderful acoustic treatment of some Trapeze stuff, but the highlight for me and Oggers was Coast to Coast played on Mel's beloved Black Beauty. Very moving for both of us.
Black Cloud with voice and an electro-acoustic? Wonderful to see how a rock classic can transcend musical genres in the hands of a unique talent that Glenn possesses. Put this set on disc and it's a winner – and G told me that was going to happen as he becomes more confident with six strings again!
Thanks for the photo's and the videos people, well done. I feel very privileged to have been there and witnessed something so special
Here's another fan filmed clip - "I Found A Woman" from the Wolverhampton gig last weekend
Here's more fan filmed footage featuring "It's Only A Dream" and "Holy Man"
taken during the Wolverhampton gig last weekend
Fantastic vocals, thanks for posting! Great to see Glenn enjoy'n the six strings.
if you ask Harry Le Chat she should have some. i think she and Jerome took about 20!
I just want to Thank Harry Le Chat for sending me some ticket stubs. You are an absolute star
Man alive I'm a week late posting this up as have been poorly and passing out and scaring dr's which has been very fun! On the mend now!
Yes the gig at the Robyn was incredibly special. It was fantastic to get such insight into the writings of the songs and to learn what they mean to Glenn. Very emotional gig on many fronts! It was great to see him playing guitar and Tony Remy steppin gin on bass for Coast To Coast, well what a brave man to do that but I loved it I have to say! Took some photos too but not really checked them out yet due to being poorly, will see if I have any good ones to post up!
It was really nice to see lot's of familiar faces there too, Nathalie and Jerome, Mike & Penny, Kayleigh, Julie, Adam, Lee and loads of others who I will probably recognise and speak to at the next gig now!!!!! It's like havig a whole new family!!!
Glenn, in recent years has tried to keep moving forwards,
and not devoted too much time looking back.
Well I have to tell you that this was a very special night,
largely because G dipped deep into his back catalogue.
Sometimes.....it's a good idea to look back, and see where you've come from.
It might even help to point you in the right direction for the future.
Plus........those "Trapeze Fans since Day One" have waited (how many years?)
to hear some of those songs performed live.Quote from hackney
Wonderful acoustic treatment of some Trapeze stuff,
but the highlight for me and Oggers was Coast to Coast
played on Mel's beloved Black Beauty. Very moving for both of us.
Glenn's music was very moving? You didn't actually cry, did you?
Don't worry......I learned my lesson, at the first GH show that I went to.
I've learned....never....to wear mascara to a GH concert.
I believe that the correct term is: weenie / crybaby.
~ And this event was so extra special ~