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Name:

Nige

09 March 2013

Country:

England

23:46

Comment:

First saw you guys support Magnum then Bon Jovi - you were better than Bon Jovi that night in Sheffield. Then saw you at Sheffield uni with, i think, Romeos Daughter in Support. Great times, thanks for the memories. Glad to see you are back :o)








Name:

Matt

01 November 2012

Country:

UK

09:21

Comment:

First saw FM supporting Gary Moore at the Oxford Apollo and was then totally hooked. This was followed by seeing them support Magnum and Bon Jovi. My happiest memories though were the numerous trips to see them at the Marquee Club in Wardour Street. I used to catch the train with 3 mates from school (Pecker, Roscoe, and Geoff …don't remember a nickname for Geoff?). We all had big hair and oversized jackets, with shoulder pads…must have looked bloody ridiculous. Anyway those Marquee days were amazing…we used to push our way to the front and sing along til our voices gave up. Still have the set list that was taped to stage floor, plectrums and other mementoes from those gigs. Thanks for the memories.








Name:

Graham Hatton

19 July 2012

Country:

England

17:47

Comment:

Fellahs, its taken me all this time to come to the terms that I actually saw the Indiscreet album played live in its entirety. And we did all three shows in Glasgow, Manchester and London to boot (with my old mate Ralf from Germany). We clocked a thousand miles in the car, it was worth every yard. Brilliant. See you all on the road again soon. Graham :-)








Name:

Brian

16 July 2012

Country:

Scotland

20:34

Comment:

another great gig at a great wee venue the cathouse in glasgow and excellent performance keep it going








Name:

Dan

14 March 2012

Country:

Sweden

21:12

Comment:

Just wanted to say THANK YOU for the amazing gig at Shepherds Bush. Second best gig I ever saw in my life. Indiscreet will always have a special place in my heart, and that feeling is enhanced by a million after this amazing event. Definately worth the trip!! Thanx again!








Name:

Steve Tozer

14 March 2012

Country:

UK

14:01

Comment

I was at the Sherpherds Bush Empire gig and guys, you blew me away. I last saw you at the Astoria in the 80s so waited a very long time to see you again. The wait was worth it and you played and sounded better than ever. Thank you for a very special night that will live with me forever. A couple of questions for you: Will there be a dvd released of the show, I did see some cameras there. Any re shows? Any chance of A Tough It Out" anniversary tour?








Name:

Paul

09 March 2012

Country:

UK

23:10

Comment:

1986 I was serving Queen and Country and ventured into Ipswich to see Magnum plus special guests at the Gaumont. Due to a jack knifed sheep on the A12 we arrived late, the guys with the sharp suits with Kenny Everett shoulder pads were tearing the speakers off the PA, it was the first time I heard "Hot Wired" and have been wired into FM ever since. With Steve, Merv and Chris all perched on the edge of the stage with Pete standing on both bass drums warming up the crowd sticks held aloft is still very vivid in the memory. Next day I visited Roberts Records in Woodbridge to buy Indiscreet on cassette. Quarter of a century later and with wife and 3 little ones who all adore FM, my 2011 christmas was completed with a ticket for the Glasgow gig. Thanks to the band for last 25, a great evening last night, many great memories, keep on rocking!








Name:

sam summerlee

24 November 2011

Country:

uk

13:08

Comment:

I first saw you guys @ the astoria on the 17 th of aug 89 with saraya as support .. (which was excellent )+the next time i saw you's was cambridge i think with romeo's daughter as support ..(equally as good)...then it was the town and country club with thunder + little angels (just wow..!!!)..and the final time was @ the marquee club with crash n burn as support with a special apearance form glyn hughes ..!!!!! (just amazing memories ) THANK'S FM .








Name:

phil cragg

16 November 2011

Country:

uk

20:20

Comment:

we saw you at hull city hall how about doing this area again

many thanks

Phil








Name:

nick

26 October 2011

Country:

uk

19:29

Comment:

what great memories,and what a great concept,25 years of Indiscreet, looking foreward to London in March. Was introduced to FM by my brother in law Chris Steinke,whom is a close friend of Pete and the band,and the rest is history so so glad the guys are back together again,i known they have been told this a millon times but the most underated band of all time.Looking foreward to March.








Name:

John Bradley

19 October 2011

Country:

England

11:34

Comment:

My memories of FM… well in the early 80's I was a proper new romantic… Wham… Spandau etc… then a freind from school in 1987 passed his driving test and took us out in his mk2 escort and on the tape player in his car was this music… i had heard nothing like it… he said it was INDESCREET… i though it was the band name (numpty i know)… anyway I was in Sunderland city centre at a shop called the Spinning Disc when I spotted Indescreet by a band called FM… all long hair etc… was this the music he had on in his car… i took a risk… and played it every day after that… I was transformed… hooked on this fantastic album… I even played it every night to go to sleep… bought Tough it Out when it came out and borrowed both albums to a freind who was immediately transformed… unfortunately I didnt get to see the boys with Chris my first live show was Nottingham rock city, with Andy in tow… I did travel to Covent Garden for the gig there and Sheffield last year… London for Indescreet 25 looks on the cards......








Name:

Ian Dunbar

13 October 2011  

Country:

Holland

16:59

Comment:

Simply the best live band I have ever seen. Some of the nicest guys I have ever met and Metropolis is simply stunning! First saw them support the mighty QUO at GMEX (1989 or 90) hooked ever since......I have travelled miles to watch this band and will never stop!!





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