Best plan = come to the show, meet new people, listen to some inspiring playing, play nice drums & cymbals, bring no money. It'll cost you a tenner + lunch for a great day out. Look forward to meeting youI must confess that I'd like to come. I've spent my budget for a while tho but would no doubt spend more if I were there.
It would be a pleasurePerhaps you could teach me something for my next YouTube video.
Of course A pity David can't make it, but we will have Dave McKeague on the stand demonstrating drums, & maybe even meI'll be mostly hanging around Guru listening to Liam, if he can be prevailed upon to play,
Drumming helmet = cool. Pink carnation = Hmmmmm
Worth every penny! I've badgered Alex into letting me help out at the Amedia stand; I sincerely hope he isn't going to charge me a tenner for the privilege thoughYou will - £10
James - get a flight over, with Mrs JJ and JJ Junior, and stay at Stardust Towers. You and I can go to MDS, and our spouses/your child can walk the wheatens. This is a brilliant idea.Sorry...just insanely jealous is all.
Sober up in the morning, & swing by in the afternoon? Would be good to meet you (& you can try all those lovely GurusI would love to attend but have a gig the evening before in Whaley Bridge and I'm staying over with the Missus and getting drunk.
It's a tragedy, for various reasons I've never been able to attend this show, despite it being about 8 miles from where I live. Yet I've attended the London Drum Show by twist of fate.
Next year hopefully....