Bobble Hats...

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by BrianT, Aug 20, 2007.

  1. BrianT

    BrianT Member

    I've heard that members of the public who are keen motor racing enthusiasts are sometimes known as "Bobble Hats" by the people who actually work in motor racing. Is there a banding equivalent of the Bobble Hat?
  2. BigHorn

    BigHorn Active Member

    Pension books?
  3. Bungle

    Bungle Member

    Sweet paper rustlers
  4. MissBraz

    MissBraz Active Member

    band geek?? ahahaha
  5. Leyfy

    Leyfy Active Member

    as in, someone who is interested in brass bands but doesn't actually play?

    "Bando's" maybe?
  6. ScaryFlugel

    ScaryFlugel Member

    Groupies! hahaha
    Or perhaps FOBBs - Friends of Brass Bands.
  7. Robhibberd29

    Robhibberd29 Active Member

    If it's a band with younger members we normally find these people to be.............parents! Ever done a gig with a "junior band" that play the first half or so then you have a break then the "senior band" takes over?
    All the audience disappears at half time!
  8. 2nd man down

    2nd man down Moderator Staff Member

    Ah! That's why you're supposed to organise a couple of massed band numbers at the end of the concert ;)
  9. Hells Bones

    Hells Bones Active Member

    That's what we did, We did a massed Slaidburn, I stood up to let the second trombones sit together (There were four, I was the only first trombone :confused:)
    So my stand fell over and I had to play the march from memory :biggrin:
  10. Robhibberd29

    Robhibberd29 Active Member

    That's what I like to hear, fellow bone player with all the odds stacked up against us, aint it always the case!!
    I remember the first concert I ever did.It was at school and my parents were there to watch.I caught the music stand which, unfortunately, brought everyone else's crashing down like dominoes.Very embarrassing! It's a wonder it didn't put me off ever playing again.I bet there's plenty wishes it had!
  11. Robhibberd29

    Robhibberd29 Active Member

    Did this on tour in Germany many years ago, we did a rendition of 76 trombones and it wasn't far from the truth! other problem was they played in F so had to transpose, yikes.
  12. bigmamabadger

    bigmamabadger Active Member

    Yeah, like there's a bander in the country who can't play Slaidburn from memory...:rolleyes:
  13. Robhibberd29

    Robhibberd29 Active Member

    Or any bone player with any Frank Baernarts piece he he
  14. Hells Bones

    Hells Bones Active Member

    True, I was quite proud at the time, I had only been in a band for 4 months and I had never played Slaidburn before I joined the band so it was a milestone for me lol!

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