Yes comrades . . . where were we? Milwaukee? Yes, Milwaukee!!! Not much going on there let me tell you . . . . There was a statue of the Fonz across the road from the gig, That's just about the most exciting thing I can remember. Some of the lads on my crew spent the day posing for photo's with him . . . it . . . whatever. You know what I mean. Looking at some of the pictures later it was hard to tell who was the actual Fonz!! But why is there a statue of the Fonz in Milwaukee you ask . . . well . . . the series "Happy Days" was set in Milwaukee, see?
Played in a beauty of a theatre. Great show, great crowd. Think I've started to notice a few people following the tour now . . . like what they do back home . . . which is nice. Thanks. Photos HERE
So . . . Indianapolis? Spent the day watching Top Gear on BBC America . . . I fucking love Top Gear.
I don't know why, the gig was more like a town meeting in a village hall. I enjoyed it though. I don't know why someone shouted out REALLY FUCKING LOUDLY during Supersonic, "WHERE'S BONEHEAD?" I mean . . . what does that even mean?
Which brings me to yesterday . . . a day off in Atlanta, Georgia. The home of CNN and Coca-Cola. Had a mooch round a couple of shopping malls. Just killing time. Nice weather, lovely people.
Looking forward to this gig tonight. I recognised the theatre. Not sure what it's called but I remember it being the scene of one of the best ever Oasis gigs. Not sure what era. That Swedish band The Soundtrack Of Our Lives were playing with us and we were both on fire that night!!! We fucking crushed it big time.
Out of here early doors tomorrow. Flying to Mexico!!