Rehearsals !?

By all means, fair news are scarce. No wonder. The band is keeping quite, all is low key.

As for the question, where the guys are or wether rehearsals have begun, all I can see is that Sasha Allen posts pictures on Instagram labled “Day 3”, “Day 4” with some studio backgrounds but no further people in sight. So at least the backing group has arrived at some place where they rehearse.

Sasha Allen

Then we hear that the band is there, mostly jamming, playing blues numbers, but also playing some songs like Start Me Up, Happy or Shattered.

All of this is more complicated by the pandemic situation: should they leave (or have left) for the UK to be with Charlie’s family etc., it is not quite clear by now how they could come back in the states.

This is all meager stuff, but that’s all I can tell by now. More info coming in hopefully.

This is really a hard time for the band. And us.
Stay save, stay well, folks!

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3 thoughts on “Rehearsals !?

  • September 4, 2021 at 14:59
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    Thank you sincerely, my friend, for maintaining this blog. All is forgiven in terms of spelling … at least in these quarters. As a side note, I would love to see the “soul survivors” go back and reinterpret some of the songs from the early years. Funny how I found myself listening to “Sad Day” and “What to do” in recent days myself.

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  • September 3, 2021 at 15:50
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    You really should work on your grammar and spelling. News is singular. Whether is spelt with an h, come back from the States etc.

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    • September 4, 2021 at 12:12
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      Sorry, Monk, I am not a native speaker, I beg your pardon. How is your German? 😁🙏

      Update:
      I checked the “wether/whether”: actually, both are accepted. I remember having tested this via Google’s translator befor posting.
      As for “news”: in German, ‘news’ is both singular (die Nachricht, die Neuigkeit) as well as plural (die Nachrichten, die Neuigkeiten), so in this case, I chose the plural because I thought that there could be several about what is going on. Maybe that’s wrong in english (US/UK)? Any hint is greatly apprechiated!
      Cheers,
      Johannes

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