Ha ha! I remember hearing about that story. She didn't realise until it was far too late that she didn't have his mobile number stored in her phone!!! Leaving him on stage wondering what to do in front of a rather baffled audience!!!Mike Saville said:Phone's eh! go off when you don't want the to and don't ring when you do . . .
At the end of a concert a couple of years ago the band left the stage 1 by 1 at the end of the first half (ala Farewell Symphony) leaving just the kit player on the stage. One of the band (no names, Trigger) was supposed to phone his mobile as a bit of a joke to get him off the stage - well, he kept playing away and the phone kept quiet, he played some more . . . and some more. Phone didn't go off so he came off of his own accord - doh!
It was a classic :lol: Maybe see you next Sunday at the areas.Dan said:Ha ha! I remember hearing about that story. She didn't realise until it was far too late that she didn't have his mobile number stored in her phone!!! Leaving him on stage wondering what to do in front of a rather baffled audience!!!
And the phone was heard by the band. Although a better one was in rehearsal of Coventry variations, just before variation IX there is a lunga pause, as we got to it all of a sudden from the tv in the bar next door "GOAL!!" as liverpool (i think) scored in their european match.tubafran said:Newbie here but I have really got to say something on this subject. In the audience at the Yorkshire Area 1st section on Saturday listening to Stannington and they had just got to the quiet variation. What do we hear only 5 seats away but the tinkle of a mobile phone? Then the owner jumps up, seat springs back with a bang and culprit leaves at great speed for the exit. OK so the phone was left on, TURN IT OFF, not go outside to answer it.
After further investigation, turns out culprit was being phoned by another bander or is that tmper checking where everybody was and where they in the bar yet?
Come on guys you know who you are time to fess?