Sisters 2020

Gig news, reviews, set lists, thoughts, comments and observations on The Sisters live in 2020
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Still plenty of room to sneak some UK dates in for the anniversary!

Fingers crossed! :D 8) 8) 8) 8)
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Charlie wrote:Still plenty of room to sneak some UK dates in for the anniversary!

Fingers crossed! :D 8) 8) 8) 8)
And for Sweden! :D
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Hungary too.
In all honesty, they could come here in a couple of weeks. Seems to be perfectly fine here. 4th safest country in Europe.
& we know they love the boat :D
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Is this a Sisters 2021 tour that they announce some hour ago?

As from the point of view in situation in Greece, i don't really believe that Chania Rock festival will happen this summer :|
Only Sisters in list and various promoters postpone or cancel everything until winter. People that i know that work in such promoting companies were sent home for the next 3-6 months. Signs are against that concert happen this summer :roll:
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Pista wrote:Hungary too.
In all honesty, they could come here in a couple of weeks. Seems to be perfectly fine here. 4th safest country in Europe.
& we know they love the boat :D
Yep! Would love to go home for this. Anyways trying to get home now have a flight ticket for the 9th but might move it due to the quarantine
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Is an online gig, like our friends from BD3 are doing in October, now the most likely option for the similar 'birthday' event in February?
....if I have to explain, then you'll never understand....
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Swinnow wrote:
27 Sep 2020, 13:01
Is an online gig, like our friends from BD3 are doing in October, now the most likely option for the similar 'birthday' event in February?
I don't see how a Sisters gig could work online or be enjoyable without being there in the smoke and lights and really a much better sound experience as well.

I have a far better idea how they could celebrate Feb 16 without having to play any gig and still make all fans very happy :innocent: Actually the Unspeakable now to me seems a more likely option than a gig or tour, online or offline. Sooner or later they have to start earning some money again and that's difficult to do with tours being postponed again and again. And last but not least: Which promoters will be able to pay them pre-Corona rates? Even the major players are soon broke :?
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euphoria wrote:
28 Sep 2020, 11:53
I don't see how a Sisters gig could work online or be enjoyable without being there in the smoke and lights and really a much better sound experience as well.
Just crank your volume control all the way to 11... :innocent:
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Scardwel wrote:
28 Sep 2020, 12:19
euphoria wrote:
28 Sep 2020, 11:53
I don't see how a Sisters gig could work online or be enjoyable without being there in the smoke and lights and really a much better sound experience as well.
Just crank your volume control all the way to 11... :innocent:
& hire a smoke machine
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Pista wrote:
28 Sep 2020, 12:22
Scardwel wrote:
28 Sep 2020, 12:19
euphoria wrote:
28 Sep 2020, 11:53
I don't see how a Sisters gig could work online or be enjoyable without being there in the smoke and lights and really a much better sound experience as well.
Just crank your volume control all the way to 11... :innocent:
& hire a smoke machine
..and stock up on the Guiness and Maltesers.
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Scardwel wrote:
28 Sep 2020, 12:19
euphoria wrote:
28 Sep 2020, 11:53
I don't see how a Sisters gig could work online or be enjoyable without being there in the smoke and lights and really a much better sound experience as well.
Just crank your volume control all the way to 11... :innocent:
11, you say?

Image

sounds about right.

:innocent:
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Shurely shome mishtake....

Lead vocal volumes nowadays are measured on a negative scale. :lol:
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Von could be showing the way forward with low Covid risk 'singing'.
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Swinnow wrote:
28 Sep 2020, 15:04
Von could be showing the way forward with low Covid risk 'singing'.
He's certainly distanced himself from studios. Ahead of the crowd, as always...
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