I’ll Take “Bands Siouxsie Loves” for 1000, Alex

I am in England today. I arrived yesterday in the morning and was very busy getting my English sea legs yesterday.

I did not anticipate how much the public transportation in this country would seem like a dictionary with all the words in the wrong places. Maybe you know the Brits depend on their public transportation to get everywhere. I didn’t research it thoroughly. How hard could it be, I thought? Ha. Not hard, as much as challenging to pore over the many, many options to unfamiliar towns. Not to mention, there is a bit of a to-do with the train service as there is a strike so travel can be a little more challenging or exciting, depending on your point of view.

The shorter version of what brought me over is that my favorite band is doing a five night tour and I imagined I’d like to attend all five concerts. You will never have heard of them, but I do recommend them. I happened upon them about 7 years ago and I love the music.

Concert 1 of 5 was last night. That’s another story in itself. I’m currently on a train heading from Wolverhampton to Edinburgh. Because of the strike, I have to change trains instead of rolling straight through but Greg encouraged me to get a first class train ticket, for which I am very grateful.

Who is Frost*, Alex?

Love, Siouxsie

9 thoughts on “I’ll Take “Bands Siouxsie Loves” for 1000, Alex

  1. I am amazed at your resourcefulness and your courage. I am praying continually for you and your adventure and it’s outcome. I look forward to hearing and seeing you and all you carry.


  2. What an adventure – woo hoo – I love this for you. Is the bands name I’ll Take or have I read that incorrectly. I can’t find them?


    1. Deb, the opener was Quantum Pig. The main band I came to see is Frost*. I first discovered their album Milliontown and my admiration just grew from there. The genre is prog rock. Lots of gray haired folks in the audience but we are gray hairs who know how TO ROCK


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