My 18th Frank Turner show (a few first thoughts)

Real quick as I still have some packing to do and should catch a few hours of sleep before my alarm will go off in about 5 hours. But I know some of my Twitter friends might be waiting for some recap of the night.

My 18th Frank Turner & the Sleeping Souls show was great. Small venue, no barrier. I really liked the choice of songs. He didn’t play Glory Hallelujah which is the song during which I usually catch my breath & take some more pictures, so I didn’t get a chance to do either :-). From where I stood the lighting on stage messed up most pics anyway.

I sent Frank a song request in advance (3 to choose from, to be honest) and mentioned my  birthday in that mail. He did play one of the songs – Sailor’s Boots – but I’ll probably never know if my mail was the reason for that. Doesn’t really matter anyway. It’s one of my favourite songs and I love that I had the pleasure to see him play it tonight. On the day I was geeking out about an old, large sailing ship – the Vasa – to boot. My birthday was off the radar in any other regard and I’m totally fine with that.

I didn’t managed to catch Frank afterwards unfortunately. Would have loved to talk about the ABBA experience with him. And other stuff. Next time, then. Hopefully….

This entry was posted in Archive and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink.