Last night myself and Jaimie headed along to Murrayfield to see Bon Jovi, I’m not the biggest fan and wasn’t too fussed about seeing them but Jaimie managed to buy the tickets for £15 each. Now, for £15 we weren’t expecting amazing seats and we right to think that as we were 6 rows from the back, at the very top! I could hardly see a thing, I don’t think even bringing my glasses would have made a difference, we were that far away. But that didn’t stop ourselves having a good time(!), the crowd were in high spirits and up for a good Bon Jovi-ing, they played a few songs that I knew which had me on my feet singing along (even Jaimie was singing!), but for most of the show they played their new stuff, which is fine, but I don’t know any of it…. We left before the encore so we could get home at a decent time and not to get caught up in the crowds, the bus we got into to was a crazy bus, with a drunk Polish man singing a medley of songs to the passengers that kept me entertained until it was my stop!
I LOVE these guys and seen them at T in The Park a couple of years ago. Now they have a UK tour coming up and London is (at the moment) the only place that I can go and see them, I’m trying to convince friends to come down with me! It’s not the cost of the tickets that would be the problem, it’s the getting to London and finding a hotel etc. I WANT TO SEE DIGITALISM!
Saturday night I was oot and aboot with Mike from work and his pal John. We had dinner at Garfunkels on the High Street and then we hot footed it to the Liquid Rooms to see the one and only Beardyman, supported by JFB. It was AMAZING! They had the whole place jumping, the Liquid Rooms was packed and full of people up for having a good time. One of the best gigs I have been to, I recommend going to see these guys, musical geniuses! Now I leave you with some picture and a video of each of JFB and Beardyman showing you what they do best!
(Full show from The Underbelly 2009)
(Prodigy vs Chemical Brothers JFB)
(Sub Focus JFB)