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unbekannt 28 Feb 2015 15:05

I have 1 ticket for Patti at The Apex, Bury St Edmunds on April 11th for sale. Front row center (seat A8 ). £20.

Monstro 01 Mar 2015 15:23

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Originally Posted by unbekannt (Post 608157)
I have 1 ticket for Patti at The Apex, Bury St Edmunds on April 11th for sale. Front row center (seat A8 ). £20.

Yes please, happily take this off your hands!!!!!

unbekannt 02 Mar 2015 11:17

Sold to Monstro! :metal:

unbekannt 12 Mar 2015 11:25

Hi there! Due to changes of plans, I have one more ticket for sale:
Patti at The Stables​, Milton Keynes, on April 8th. Front row, seat 10.
£20 – which is less than the original price. No fees, no charges. ;-)

https://dl-web.dropbox.com/get/Kamer...0gcsbZs9ufMpMw

AndrewG 12 Mar 2015 11:44

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Originally Posted by unbekannt (Post 608309)
Hi there! Due to changes of plans, I have one more ticket for sale:
Patti at The Stables​, Milton Keynes, on April 8th. Front row, seat 10.
£20 – which is less than the original price. No fees, no charges. ;-)

https://dl-web.dropbox.com/get/Kamer...0gcsbZs9ufMpMw

At this rate you'll be selling more tickets than Patti herself, Jesus and God combined for these shows. :devil:

unbekannt 18 Mar 2015 18:44

£15
Anyone?!

knockknock1997 31 Mar 2015 15:50

Who's going to milton keynes?

unbekannt 31 Mar 2015 16:42

I still have a ticket for Milton Keynes for sale… front row! Now only £12!

Guy 10 Apr 2015 21:08

2 tix for Patti tomorrow. Front row.
Free. Subject to my choice of beer you will buy me at the bar.
;0)

ShelbyLee 21 Apr 2015 18:24

Great performance!

YouTube Video

Smithie 14 May 2015 18:08

Did anyone attend these shows? Any reviews and setlists?

lorenzoduke 14 May 2015 20:47

Anyone going to Leeds?

Sebastian. 14 May 2015 21:38

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Originally Posted by lorenzoduke (Post 609065)
Anyone going to Leeds?

Myself, Guy, Gez, and team King will be there!

ShelbyLee 19 May 2015 17:58

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Originally Posted by Smithie (Post 609064)
Did anyone attend these shows? Any reviews and setlists?



There are quite a few videos of the shows online: https://www.youtube.com/results?sear...ry=patti+russo




YouTube Video

Sebastian. 20 May 2015 15:09

My little review....

So the day started for me not too well, after hitting Lincoln until the early hours I was very hungover and after little sleep it was time to travel to Leeds, no matter though it was gig day, crack on troops. After arriving in Leeds, trecking along a dual carriage way whilst singing Goldfinger, and having a cheeky Nando's with the lads + Lucy it was time to see Ms. Russo.

The support act came on first, entitled "Fay and Latta", very good acoustic band with a great catalogue of their own songs and a few covers, a great start to what was about to come.

Then came the main event, the tour-de-force herself... Ms. Patti Russo. Staright into Bible and a Beer woth a voice as powerful as 2 Typhoon's taling off to intercept Russian aircraft (although much better for a hungover Sebastian). A great young band behind her with our own Rick Henry on the drums. She just kept coming at us with songs such as: "Here we are, One Door, don't let them put out the flame, Alabama Shakes Hold On, Madaline and a few more"' an amazing performance and what a voice, if you haven't seen her get out and see her when she comes back!

After the show she came out and greeted us all, had picutres and signed autographs, and thanked us for coming out, a couple of us lucky fans rven got a kiss.

Eventually it was time to say goodbye to everyone again, and myself amd Guy had a train to catch, that being the Jagertrain, which eventually got us to our hotel at 5AM!

Cracking night, troops. Until next time!

Tina.K. 26 Sep 2016 14:06

A blog from Patti. She must have been through a rough period, the last few years. Glad she's doing okay now.

http://patti-rocks.com/god-it-again-by-patti-russo/

ThatWriterGuy 26 Sep 2016 14:54

"Patti is quite a talented writer, she should write a b --" and then I got the end of the post and realised that, "oh, she is."

Quite a sad read in a way, as she was (and is) obviously going through a horrendous and debilitating time. Though it's quite dispiriting to realise that, through the entire post, the person she's really talking about is Meat. Still, at least it seems to be acting as some kind of a therapy for her. Maybe afterwards she'll be able to leave all of this in the past and move on. I hope so, and she has my best wishes (as does Meat) :cool:

ashkent7 26 Sep 2016 15:04

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Originally Posted by ThatWriterGuy (Post 618472)
"Patti is quite a talented writer, she should write a b --" and then I got the end of the post and realised that, "oh, she is."

Quite a sad read in a way, as she was (and is) obviously going through a horrendous and debilitating time. Though it's quite dispiriting to realise that, through the entire post, the person she's really talking about is Meat. Still, at least it seems to be acting as some kind of a therapy for her. Maybe afterwards she'll be able to leave all of this in the past and move on. I hope so, and she has my best wishes (as does Meat) :cool:

I remember seeing the initial fallout of "that email", and remember feeling for them both from different sides of the story. I think possibly the fact it came so soon after Meat's comments on the DVD about how he had been forced to push Patti out once and wouldn't be allowing it happen again made a lot of people instantly side with Patti. There are always reasons, and like I say I genuinely felt bad for both of them. Life isn't a rehearsal and you just have to be ready to improv when it doesn't go as planned. I think they have both managed to do that in one way or another. But fully agree on best wishes for both.

CarylB 26 Sep 2016 15:43

As you say, there are always reasons (not ours to know, and Meat has always kept professional counsel as to his). I, too, was sad for both of them, but again as you have said, life isn't a rehearsal and you just have to be ready to deal with it when it doesn't go as planned.

I agree it does read as therapy. I've always wished Patti success, and hope she doesn't allow this to continually cloud her future. Is therapy better done in public? Personally I don't think so :( It tends not to get you attention of the kind that you really need to move forward, but rather the sympathy that can keep you stuck where you are. I really hope she can move on, because she has such talent ..

anotherday 26 Sep 2016 16:33

When the NLE lost Patti, for some, it was like losing a family member. She had been there for so long, it just didn't make sense as to why she was suddenly gone and many lashed out at Meat for "his" decision.

I always felt terrible for both of them, and had the pleasure of seeing the last US tour she did with him. (It was right after I joined here, actually).

It makes me sad to realize that who she is talking about in that post is Meat...Its hard to imagine him being that way. But I hope that this isn't an attempt to "get back" at him after he has hung up his singing career microphone.

IDK...I just want the best for BOTH of them.

Adje 26 Sep 2016 16:33

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Originally Posted by Tina.K. (Post 618470)
A blog from Patti. She must have been through a rough period, the last few years. Glad she's doing okay now.

http://patti-rocks.com/god-it-again-by-patti-russo/

I think it's good she got it off her chest now. :cool:

CarylB 26 Sep 2016 17:31

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Originally Posted by anotherday (Post 618476)
It makes me sad to realize that who she is talking about in that post is Meat...Its hard to imagine him being that way.

Then don't even try would be my advice, because he's not :-)

Danny L 26 Sep 2016 22:11

I'd love to hear Meats side of the story. I know a Meat Loaf show is a Meat Loaf show but it seems wrong without Patti.

I love Ellen and Karla but I miss her

roomster 26 Sep 2016 23:20

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Originally Posted by CarylB (Post 618483)
Then don't even try would be my advice, because he's not :-)

How can you be so sure about that?

I have seen so much strange/harsh/rude postings on this site from the man himself (posts which was very quickly modified or removed by the mods) that I can say that I sadly have no trouble believing the story told on Pattis blog...

CarylB 26 Sep 2016 23:41

That's your prerogative (though it seems based largely on passionate/angry responses to harsh criticism or rudeness. He also posts kindly, and graciously too). I have never heard anyone who works with Meat, from actors/directors to band members, crew, even drivers and venue staff say anything but how kind, decent, unassuming, honest he is to work with .. save 3 people he let go.

I am sure. What you believe is your choice. I don't challenge it, nor question it. But mine is completely different.

A nice thread to start up again the day before his birthday


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