Guy has kindly answered many of the questions you sent in, and they’ll be here over the next few days… Starting today with some questions about taking ‘On an Island’ on the road.
Thanks to those who submitted the following five.
That’s all for yet another week, unfortunately.
There’s much more to come from Guy next week, as well as more chats, the last of the mystery shoes (so get the tissues ready if you didn’t get them ready the last time I told you to), as well as details of a brilliant competition for the ladies.
Don’t ask, ’cause I ain’t telling. It wouldn’t be a surprise if I told you, would it?
I’ll also reveal what you chose as your favourite of Polly’s photographs.
Have a great weekend, everyone.
Which was your favourite venue/gig during the ‘On an Island’ tour? (KenF)
All of them. Although Gdańsk was a bit special… As was Venice.
What were the stand-out moments from the ‘On an Island’ tour? (Victor)
It was one big stand-out moment. I really can’t express just how great it was, the combination of friends, family, great crew, great music, lovely venues and great audiences.
Did the rest of the band have any input to the set list for the ‘On an Island’ tour or did David decide? (Andy)
We were asked for suggestions, but then basically ignored.
On the Summer Tour 2006, David took the train from Linz to Munich. Did you and the other band members also travel by train? (Werner)
We did, and were none too happy when we found out that our six-hour two-train journey only took two hours by road…
Where can I get me a ‘Didn’t They Do Well?’ T-shirt?! (Julie Gunn Davies)
Savage London on Portobello Road knocked them up for me.
How can you sum up the ‘On an Island’ Tour journey? (Patoch’)