Re: if i see you at bisco mr. posford
i’m never really sure where the line bettween bettween musician/fan - twopoeple is.
Well, the two times that I’ve been to a Hallucinogen/Shpongle event I made it a point to get up on stage and shake Simon’s hand.
The first was when he was setting up his gear.. “Hey! Simon! I love your work man!” and then shook his hand. Simon seeemed a bit disoriented when I did this; eh oh well.
The second time was when he was finished with Hallucinogen and was getting ready for his Shpongle set, and I was ready to leave the club. I was really drunk at this event, so I think I said something like “Good job man!” and shook his hand. He didn’t seem to mind this time and had a big grin on his face.
Anyway, I don’t think too many artists/bands care too much about their fan-base talking to them. The big issue is the security guards, and how they feel about the whole thing.