Tour (Continued)…..

Thanks to everyone who came to the gigs in Glasgow and Bilston. An amazing time was had by all – overwhelming vocal appreciation at both gigs – thank you!

Next on the list is Manchester on Friday 13th, Leicester Y on Saturday 14th and Bury Met Friday 21st.

Love to see you there….

15 Responses to “Tour (Continued)…..”

  1. jessiepeace Says:

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  2. Fabulous in Bilston on Saturday can’t wait for Manchester next Friday.
    I hpe to get a few others converted and come along to hear this incredible band.

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  3. Eric Marshall Says:

    Glad to hear the band enjoyed the Glasgow gig. Thanks again for coming north of the border and best of luck for the rest of the tour.

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  4. Alex Main Says:

    thanks once again for playing in Glasgow, the band were on top form,what a great bunch of musicians,and Olivia has settled into her role as lead vocalist so well,it’s almost if she has always been there (no disrespect to the wonderful Heather) xx

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  5. Is there a support band at the Manchester gig on Friday 13 May? What time are they/you om stage please?

    Thanks

    Chrissy

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  6. Gary Bromley Says:

    I love the music, play it on my ipod every night whilst going to sleep. Drives me mad that i cannot get it out of my head. Continually humming the lead riffs and the keyboard. Think i will end up in Broadmoor soon.
    Missed the Bilston gig, which was 20 miles down road, but have decided to go to the Sage, which is a fab venue. Anybody want to meet up for a drink before gig

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  7. iain ramsay Says:

    For me Mostly Autumn have to be one of the most underated bands on the music scene in the uk at the moment.
    In glasgow on friday even to a sparce audience they kick some serious arse. Good to see the new album getting a lot of attention from the crowd and olivia seems to have settled in quite nicely.
    My only concern in glasgow is playing the cathouse as i think the ferry is a better option or the liquid rooms in edinburgh as it has reopened.
    Anyway a great night had by all and all the best with the remaining dates.

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  8. Ian Nunn Says:

    The last time MA played in the London area was as support to Wishbone Ash. They were, of course, excellent but their set was very short. Is there any chance of an MA only gig somewhere in the general London area this year?

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  9. Saw the gig at Leicester Y last night, brilliant, really enjoyed it. First show been to since Leamington last year so was a bit apprehensive but really shouldn’t have been! Keep Rockin!

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  10. Came from Chicago to attend the Manchester and Leicester shows and was blown away by the performance both nights. The band and fans treated me so well and went above and beyond to make it special for me.
    MA are so talented and the sky is the limit for their future. Hope to come back next year for a couple of shows.

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  11. dougie the mega Says:

    glad the tour is goin well but looking like it will be cambridge before i see this mega band

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  12. Kev Jones Says:

    Great gig in Manchester with the band on top form.First saw the band when they were with classic rock records supporting Uriah Heep & Hensley Wetton & been hooked ever since.After attending Heathers last gig with Autumn in Leamington I wasn’t sure what the future held for the band.Though we miss Heather I feel Olivia & the band can go on to the next level & enjoy the success they deserve.Luv Kev & Yvonne

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  13. Well, Bilston was Fantastic, Manchester Fabulous but Bury last night was out of this world, what a set! Incredible show and made more meaningful with Ben being there. I got to shake his hand, such an honour.
    Actually got to see a “Hankerchief Tree” in flower the other week.
    Thank you for three fabulous gigs, see you in the autumn – hopefully at Cambridge before then. Definitely at York in December.

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  14. PS forgot to say hope it was recorded for a live album.

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  15. Bury. Comparison with the past are not valid, the band nailed it last night at the Met! The was band firing on all cylinders, old and new songs were delivered with energy and passion, a great night. Looking forward to the christmas gigs already. As a random observation it would be increadibly moving if at the end of Go Well Diamond Heart the crowd took a few seconds silence before applauding.

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