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My personal Spinal Tap moment came when we got locked into the Festival Hall in London by accident. We ended up wandering the maze of backstage corridors carrying a three foot high piece of cheese looking for the one door that would lead us to salvation.

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(, Thu 29 Jun 2006, 13:47)
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I was a roadie for the Quo back in the 70's.
One day Rick decided he wanted a crossbow so I had to search all over Nottingham for one. Then when I came back with it, he hit me full in the face and screamed "No! I said I wanted to watch Crossroads!".

He was a big Noel Gordon fan and was obviously gutted that he had missed an episode. He made me and the other roadies improvise and perform an edition for him on the stage between the rehearsal and the gig.

I played Sandy in a wheelchair and had to steal the wheelchair from a day centre round the corner. Francis or 'Frame' as they called him just pointed at us and laughed, in fact they both laughed, bastards.

Alan Lancaster preferred Coronation Street.
(, Thu 29 Jun 2006, 14:13, Reply)

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