It’s great to have the opportunity to meet up with Ronnie and Sylvia K, who’ve made the trip over
the water especially to be here tonight. There’s also a very lively and enthusiastic crowd in the house
Komedia, in the centre of Bath, lives inside is a beautiful Grade II Listed building originally
created as an elegant Beau Nash Picture House, subsequently remodelled by Odeon cinemas, today a venue for live comedy, music, cabaret and club nights.
Show eleven of this tour and the band is sounding
really together. Pete and Glenn are right with Robin as he spices up Somebody Calling and Too Rolling Stoned, on the beat, off the beat. It certainly has the crowd up on their feet. Indeed, down at the front on Robin’s side of the stage,
there’s a contingent of folks who simply can’t stop dancing especially on up tempo numbers such as Lady Love, Day of the Eagle and The Turning.
It’s one of those occasions when, by the end of the show, Robin really has
the folks in the house completely on his side. Robin pours heart and soul into solos on Somebody Calling, Daydream and Bridge of Sighs as Davey delivers his best vocals of the tour by a country mile, especially Too Rolling Stoned. Indeed, it is one of the best nights of the tour so far IMHO!
Set List: Confessin’ Midnight; Lady Love; Somebody
Calling; Find Me; Twice Removed From Yesterday; Daydream; Day of the Eagle; Bridge of Sighs; Shame the Devil; The Turning; Too Rolling Stoned; Little Bit of Sympathy. Encores: Rise Up Like the Sun; Not Inside -
Check out Ronnie’s review of the show by visiting his site here!