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Name:

Martin Gallagher

07 October 2011

Country:

Scotland

11:13

Comment:

Great news that you'll be playing the whole of "Indiscreet" live! A classic album from a classic band; see you next year in Glasgow?!








Name:

J Patel

30 September 2011

Country:

uk

16:31

Comment:

Hi,Saw Fm ,support Mr Gary Moore(RIP-Legend) at Bradford st georges hall,tottally blew me away since then seen the lads about a dozen times.Keep on rocking Guys








Name:

Dave Manning

28 September 2011

Country:

UK

18:38

Comment

First saw FM perform at Reading Festival in 1986. Loved them ever since. Used to bump into the guys occasionally at the bar on on the pool table at Eazy Studios where my friend Rachel worked.








Name:

Simon Cowell

26 September 2011

Country:

UK

21:17

Comment:

Seen at Hammersmith Odeon with Bon Jovi on the Slippery Tour.
Was immediately taken with this band.
Today our Indiscrete CD is one of our top ten and still gets a regular airing. A glorious nugget of AOR which takes us right back to our twenties. Perfectly crafted pop/rock songs that have stood the test of time well. Magic.








Name:

Scott Towns

23 September 2011

Country:

UK

12:51

Comment:

Like many of the other posts, I first saw FM in the mid to late 80's playing live at my local rock club, Central Park in Burton on Trent. Whenever they played the venue (including their amazing regular Christmas shows), they would fill it to the max and were invited back as the VIP act to open the re-developed club and live room.

The club is long gone now. It returned to its former role as a Bowling Alley in the 1990's but is now sitting derelict awaiting demolition... such a shame - but such great memories.

I also attended the Bon Jovi shows with FM supporting at Hanley Victoria Hall and Birmingham Odeon - along with many other FM shows up and down the country.

At the time, I worked at the local record shop in Burton where we were often given backstage passes to Central Park. I had the pleasure of meeting the guys backstage after a show once. My recollection is clear... Steve, Didge and Pete spoke to me at length about the equipment they used (I am a keen guitarist / vocalist myself and modelled my style on Steve - even the hair...:)) - whilst Merv and Chris sat on a sofa surrounded by good looking girls...

I still have the "Pete Jupp" drumstick and signed photo from the guys... great days.

The new recordings sound great, I'm really looking forward to any new lives shows that may be coming up.

Thanks for your help in shaping my formative years as a teenager... here's to the next 25+

All the best.
Scott.








Name:

Adrian Kitching

17 September 2011

Country:

UK

16:15

Comment:

My first FM show started eventfully and nothing like I expected, turning the steering wheel on my mini to park near the Halifax Victoria Theater it just kept turning. So my three friends got out we picked up the mini and dumped it at the kerbside. Inside the theater the show was amazing until it stopped half way threw suddenly. The front floor section by the stage collapsed a bit so the guys had to take a break while the barriers were moved back and then just carried on - what pro's. I'll never forget the shinny long jackets and perms (and that was just me!), Metropolis was amazing, it is one of the 6 CD's permanently in the car auto-changer. Bring Back Yesterday is my favorite and I cant wait for a new album next year, how about Indiscreet Live played in full in an 80's venue to celebrate?








Name:

Neil

13 September 2011

Country:

England

21:06

Comment:

Wow,Indiscreet,my aor Desert Island Disc,Easily!!,Fine Memoriesof Meeting FM,at Leicester De Montfort Hall supporting Bon Jovi,got my copy of Indiscreet fully signed,(well i say my copy !,i ripped it off the display in the foyer ,and presented it to you guys,,,sorry !!) Still got my Pink and fluffy logo t shirt ,even trawled it out for the Firefest gig,loved fm then still love 'em now.








Name:

Pierre Bounhiol

13 September 2011

Country:

France

13:00

Comment:

I saw you as Status quo guest in Toulouse , I released an interview for my radio show , you sined my lp dans frozen heart single .Long live FM








Name:

Chris Nelson

13 September 2011  

Country:

UK

09:07

Comment:

Where do I start with memories of FM. I first saw Chris & Steve in Wildlife, supporting Michael Schenker. When they had formed FM I bought the Frozen Heart single and loved it. First time I saw the band was at the Mardi Gras club in Nottingham, underneath a car park. They were stunning. That was just the start. Would go and see the band every chance I got. Saw them supporting Bon Jovi 4 times, Magnum 3 times, then countless times on their own tours. Remember some of the brilliant support bands they brought like White Sister, Drive She Said, Romeo's Daughter and more.
Still love the band as much now as I did then. Would like the chance to see Chris play with them one more time.
Good luck for the future,
Chris, Long Eaton





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