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King Weasel
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« on: April 17, 2007, 07:05:38 PM »

I just got back to Ireland today from my trip to Amsterdam and Brussels to see Daniel live for the first time, and boy was it worth it. In Amsterdam he played in a very small but packed venue and rather large sold out, packed venue in brussels, and he played for a good 50 minutes to an hour at each, He talked a lot more at the amsterdam gig probably because it was a lot smaller, He played a great set, some on his own and others accompanied by a band caled Smut Fish his setlist included from both gigs: rock this town, hey joe, true love(on piano), devil town and funeral home, love enchanted, fish, speeding motorcycle, go, living life, rock and roll EGA worried shoes, casper and some others that i heard for the first time. It was amazing to be right on front of the stage, He wasnt as nervous as i thought he would be, and still had the perforemers instinct. when the brussels gig was over the crowd all sang devil town over and over, about 10 times. A dream come true. Still buzzing from seeing my idol preform live from 2 metres away.

P.S in the lyrics for Rock this town, he changed "Paul Mcartney is dead" to what i think but am not sure was "Mabel Johnston is dead" and i was concerned to know if this was true or not?   
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« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2007, 09:42:52 PM »

Thanks for the review.

I've not seen Daniel,
yet when fans post details like this I feel like I have.
Did you get to talk to him?
Was there a crowd hanging around before and after?

By the looks of his schedule he's performing like a monkey in a zoo. Smiley

If you think of anything more you can tell us I'd love to hear more.
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