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    I Am Trying to Break Your Heart
  • Birthday 12/22/1970

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    Melbourne, Australia
  1. Oh, I love that Set List! Very excited for the next few days. Thanks Darryl
  2. Terrific review, Paul! Thank you I bought a ticket for Manchester a few months back, but it really was wishful thinking.... still here in Melbourne. Will look forward to your review. Fiona
  3. Donna! I would love to see you over here. I'll hold you to that promise and hope the next Wilco Australia/New Zealand shows aren't too far away. Can't wait to see you. XOXO
  4. Fantastic Report! Would love to hear Magazine Called Sunset. Paul, enjoy the rest of these shows and your time in Japan. I'm there in spirit.
  5. It really was a great show. I can't wait for us to have some more tickets booked and to look forward to seeing wilco again. Missing them.
  6. Wow! What a splendid photo. Good for you, Luminous! It was such a great weekend. X
  7. Thank You Ecythump, great report Hope you have a good flight back to Melbourne. I'm travelling back today. I've loved Wellington, what a gorgeous place. It's been wonderful seeing Wilco this March and April.. . . should we start saving our pennies for Solid Sound?
  8. Here goes . . . I'm here, in Wellington, filled with a post-Wilco Show Glow . . . forgive me if I go on a little. This was my 13th Wilco concert and the best. Was at the Melbourne and Sydney shows and loved our night at the Opera House ( I found out it was lit up blue for Autism which I appreciated having a beautiful 11 year old son, Sean, who was diagnosed with Autism ) but last night was something else, it really was. I'm visiting my friend, but she's not into rock shows, so I was without my husband last night. I met a very nice couple from the States and we managed to get down to the very front, and got very excited. I still can't quite believe we got Mavis as an opener! I'm counting my lucky stars. She was glorious and lovely and warm, and as much as I love Wilco I wouldn't have been disappointed if she had sang all night ( well, i'd have been a wee bit disappointed!) She sang You Are Not Alone with Jeff and it was beautiful and something I'd only dreamed and hoped to see live. What a gorgeous song. I had to pinch myself. As for the main show, well it was brilliant. It was so much fun, I had a ball. The NZ crowd were amazing and also warm and full of song. Oh God, I hope it's not 3 years until they come back. Perhaps, I'll be lucky enough to see them when I travel home to North England in September, I like dreaming. Paul, Brianne, Heather, Russell and Miss Donna Kidsmoke I hope I get the chance to travel with you soon. Sometimes I feel a little bereft after Wilco leave town but will try and come down gently and listen to the gorgeous new Low record and keep my spirits high with the Clash. I'm so In Love with Wilco x
  9. I didn't want last night to end. My husband and I had a great evening ( even though I was front row, Nels side, and he was 10 rows back! ). I had to keep reminding myself it was one night only for us to see Wilco at the opera house. WILCO AT SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE!! The walk to the venue along the harbour was gorgeous and the opera house looked beautiful all lit up. I was so excited, I'll never forget it. Wilco we're amazing, as ever,and I loved "One by One". Waiting in airport for flight back to Melbourne. Hope everyone has a great night tonight ( Be Wise, Ecythump . . .) I'm travelling to Wellington to see a good friend for a few days tomorrow, so I have one more show to go. I can't wait to bring my boys to see wilco, wish we were solid sounding . . .
  10. A really wonderful show. It's 5am and I can't sleep and I can't stop thinking of Wilco . . . . Very excited for Sydney and Wellington next week. Froggie, was it not Australia's most notorious fan?
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