Agreed - If I was in your position, I'd practise a bit to make sure I could do it and go for it!!
Having the support of the peole in the band is vital and you will improve with this support no doubt. If you didn't have this support it would be a lot harder thing to do!
The best steak I've ever had........ has got to be In the Butcher Boy, Sun City, South Africa.
Absolutly fantastic, never had one as nice and now every steak I have here seams rubbish!!!!
Sorry it's a long way to go, but I'd really recommed it if any one gets the chance!!!
It was a rule at freck! everyone should have a nickname....Trogs, The good Doctor, Trelly, Rad, Boss, pritty, harry p, blagger, captain ellis, scouse, shrimpster, catty etc!!!!
I could go on...it's the most nick named band in the world.
Nah.....Fred is ya man.
At times all Vaughan had to do was chuck him the ball and Fred would bowl another top spell!
I'm not underestimating Vaughan's great captaincy but Fred was the most influential player and ultimately the one who was the difference between England and Australia.
As always the Scottish contest organisation was fantastic and the hall was great place to play.
The only downer was there was no snow! So the first SCOTTISH OPEN SNOWMAN BUILDING CONTEST never really had a chance!
Was also good to see alot of freinds from other bands (Hannahunnybun...
Then again it will be cold, and there will be alot of bars that need testing out..............So I'll see on the bus after you've won the SCOTTISH OPEN SNOWMAN BUILDING CONTEST - (do you think Richard Evans would adjudicate?!)