Suzanne Hunters World of Arts and Entertainment Interview

Listen to Suzanne Hunters World of Arts and Entertainment on Brooklands Radio this Thursday 1st November between 9-11pm for music and interview.

Thanks to Dave Cobby

Dave Cobby, normally our drum tech, did a magnificent job of depping for our drummer Paul Burgess at the Nottingham Royal concert hall last Saturday.

Paul’s son Adam was getting married that day and Paul obviously had to be there.

When I introduced Dave to the audience he got a wonderful and well deserved reception.

He also joined us apres gig to do some signing.

Well done Dave. You did us, and Paul, proud.

We’re on a weeks break now and resume in Truro on November 6th for the next tranche of gigs.

More soon
Graham

Gary Legge

I’m very sad to report the passing of our dear friend Gary Legge.
He will be missed by all the band and crew.
He worked with us off and on for about five years.
He was a big man with a big heart and he made us laugh.
Rest in peace Gary.

We’re off to Grimsby, (ah the romance), after a great gig in Halifax last
night.

It’s great to be able to meet so many of our fans at the signing that we do
after the gigs.

More later.

Love Graham

Back on the Road

It’s been so great to be back on the road.

Last Thursday was our first night in Canterbury, somewhere we’ve never played before.

The audience were wonderful and we all had a great time.

It’s a pity we had no time to look around, but that’s showbiz.

Friday found us in St. Albans at the Alban arena, somewhere we have played a few times before. Because of its proximity to London we all had quite a few family and friends there. It was a great gig, he said modestly.

On Saturday we played in Dartford at The Orchard theatre, somewhere else we have played many times before.

The crowd were great and we now get the opportunity to meet many of them as we now do a merchandising signing session after each show.

No lie in for me on Sunday morning as myself Rick and Mick were on ‘Weekend Wogan’ on Radio 2. Terry was charming and very funny. For those who would like to listen to it go to

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01n9w56/Weekend_Wogan_With_Graham_Gouldman_live_in_session/

We had a nice lunch on the way to Tunbridge wells where we played at the Assembly Hall.

The gig was unfortunately dogged by tech and sound problems.

It’s very rare for things to go wrong, so when it does happens it makes me very unhappy, as we always want to give our audience the very best show possible.

Watch this space for more news from the road when we resume on Thursday in Southport.