G’day @rustycage: I could sit and watch this drumming stuff 24/7 just about. I love it.!!!
I went to a club out Penrith way many years ago when a group called Custer’s Last Stand were playing. Their drummer did a drum solo at the end of the show. With the aid of a few schooners, I got so into the rhythm I reckon I went close to banging a hole in the table from using my hands as drumsticks. Cheers
G’day @jadtiger: those complaining about the noise were probably all Rorters supporters eh!!!
I tell yuh what though, I reckon the closure of the Sydney Showground Speedway Royale absolutely and without a doubt killed speedway as it was then, in and around Sydney. The reason being, speedway no longer had a home/fortress/jungle or whatever you would like to call it. Speedway was fractured, with a bit here like Gosford and a bit there like Kurri Kurri with an occasional meeting in Tamworth. Sydney Showground was sold out many times during the season, now Kurri Kurri would be lucky to get 1000 people to go along even for a major meeting such as The Australian Sidecar C’ship.
The point I am trying to make is…doesn’t this sound very much like what is currently happening with Our Wests Tigers playing out of multiple stadiums? Many of the fans end up getting the shits and walk away as with speedway.
We MUST get our ONE venue worked out before the start of the 2020 season IMO, cheers
G’day @cochise: I read in one of your earlier posts where you said your life was taken up now mostly by Wests Tigers obviously, and playing your guitar. Did you ever play in a band cochise? If you did, the name of the band wasn’t Custer’s Last Stand by any chance, was it?
This may be a bit of brilliant lateral thinking on my part, but on the other hand, it probably isn’t anywhere near lateral thinking, more just like dumb thinking. But I connected your name being cochise with Custer in the title of the band
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