October 20, 2006
Try giving the punters what they want

I'm off to see Graham Coxon next week at the Astoria. And this is a good idea - I'll be able to buy a CD of the gig on the way out. Beats the usual tee shirt - though I'll probably get one of those too.

As El Presidente says; "this is what the music industry should be doing rather than screw everyone over with DRM". Try giving the punters what they want. Then they might be happy to pay for it.

Trivia, of interest to no one - Graham Coxon worked as a cook in Clown's Restaurant, Colchester, at some time in the eighties, at the same time as my sister waited table there. He was, apparently, a rubbish cook.

Posted to Music and Film by Simon Brunning at October 20, 2006 01:08 PM

Its just a shame you couldn't get tickets to a decent concert.

Posted by: Andy Todd on October 22, 2006 06:48 AM

Marillion aren't playing. Thank God.

Posted by: Simon on October 23, 2006 09:16 AM
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