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Re: 2018-08-02 Effenaar, Eindhoven.
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Link to the venue site:

http://www.effenaar.nl/agenda/9071/heathernova2018/en

Ticket sale starts at Sat 7 Apr '18

Posted on: 2018/4/5 15:29
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Re: 2018-08-04 Arminius kerk, Rotterdam
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From the venue site:


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Heather Nova
An intimate acoustic evening
English singer-songwriter in acoustic setting

Heather Nova returns to Rotterdam for a special acoustic set in the Arminius. In the nineties, Nova has garnered iconic status with acclaimed albums like Oyster and Siren. Singular from her peers are that crisp, crystalline voice, her deft knack for arrangement (Nova started as a visual artist and writer of film music) and sheer versatility. College rock, folk, country and dark pop flawlessly fit into Novaís broad vocabulary.

Nova, born in Bermuda and living in London, now has a rich repertoire to draw from, with hits like Walk This World and London Rain. Never has the songwriter, however, held the illusion of swearing by her nineties stardom. Nova continues to release great albums long after yonder days of mainstream success, from panoramic pop masterpiece 300 Days At Sea to the bucolic The Way It Feels.

Expect her to perform some new songs for the very first time. For devotees and newcomers everywhere, tonightís an ideal opportunity to get to know Heather Nova all over again.


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Although it is announced on the Rotown site, the actual concert will take place in the Arminius church, located at: Museumpark 3, Rotterdam.

Ticket sale will start on the 7th of april 2018.

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Re: 2017-10-29 Amsterdam (NL), Paradiso, Complete Oyster gig
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Now available, the recording of this concert, as announced by Arnulf:

Amsterdam, 29.10.17

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Re: 2017-10-29 Amsterdam (NL), Paradiso, Complete Oyster gig
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Wow, what an amazing gig that was, last night in Paradiso!

My yearly dosage of live Heather-caused goose-bumps has been very well received...

After so many years of (semi)acoustic concerts, I had almost forgotten what an utter joy the rock-based band can be! I mean, Heather is phenominal anyhow, but Berit's powerful guitar play really adds something to the songs.

I am hoping for, no, strike that... I am wishing for, no, strike that... I AM DEMANDING a similar tour for the SIREN-album, in a few years time!!!

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Re: 2017-10-29 Amsterdam (NL), Paradiso, Complete Oyster gig
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I just heard that my concert buddy can't make it to the gig tonight, so I have got an extra ticket.

Anyone interested can meet me prior to the concert, outside Paradiso.

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Re: 2017-10-29 Amsterdam (NL), Paradiso, Complete Oyster gig
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From the link in the first post of this thread:

"Doors open 19:00, Start Programme 19:30, Start Main Programme 20:30"

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Re: Oyster Tour 2017
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Here is what Heather (realheathernova) posted a few hours ago on Instagram:

Very excited to announce my OYSTER LIVE tour! In October 2017 I'll be taking my full band on the road to play the album in its entirety. So many people over the years have told me what an important record Oyster has been in their life, so I thought it would be fun to devote a whole show to playing it live. It will be both nostalgic and celebratory, and as the tour will be with a full band, we will rock it as it deserves to be rocked! See you out there! xx


Well, Siren was an equally important record to me, so I hope that there will be a similar Siren tour in 2018 or 2019 or so, with full rocking band as well...

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Re: Oyster Tour 2017
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We have had enough acoustic/stripped down concerts during the last years, in my opinion.

I am voting for an old-fashioned rock set-up...

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2017-10-29 Amsterdam (NL), Paradiso, Complete Oyster gig
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Just received an e-mail announcing a Heather Nova concert in Paradiso, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on the 29th of October 2017.

Apparently, Heather will play the entire Oyster-album.

tickets are available as of today.

More info:
https://www.paradiso.nl/web/Agenda-Item/Heather-Nova-3.htm

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Re: 2013 Tour
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That would be amazing Clouseau, and quite a contrast in performances too...

Where Mylene always performs in huge arenas like Bercy, putting on a very sexy show, where show elements are almost of more importance than the actual music, Heathers gigs are completely the opposite...


One important similarity though: You'll never forget that you have been there!


Have fun in Paris (it's very beautiful there in september!)


D.

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Re: 2013 Tour
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Haha Clouseau,

From your profile, I noticed that you have a preference for European(-oriented) artists like Heather Nova and Mylene Farmer. Based in Missouri, you are not making it easy for yourself to attend live performances then.

You should either change your idols, or visit Europe some time, preferably when both Heather and Mylene are on tour...

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Re: 2013 Tour
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I demand a tour in 2013!

I mean, I really need my yearly dose of Heather Live in my life!

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Re: April 2, 2012, Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands
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I was there! And a great set it was!

Whether it was due to this nice sunny spring day, the vibe of Amsterdam (Heather spoke very complimentary about the city) in general, or pop temple Paradiso in particular, or the fact that it was the last gig of the tour, Heather and band were in quite a delighted mood...

Highlights of this gig:
- Save a little Piece of Tomorrow (I love the drums in this song, especially live)
- Winterblue (this song keeps rising in my list of best HN songs after each performance)
- Beautiful Ride (magnificent, joyful, uplifting, powerful, just lovely)
- Do something that scares you (perhaps a lesser song on the latest album, but it is growing on me after hearing it live)
- Island (heartfelt pain turned into awesome music, guaranteed goose bumps every time, eternally)
- Make You Mine (rough & rocking, with striking lyrics)
- Heart and Shoulder (it's not a true HN gig without this fantastic song)
- Everything changes & Maybe Tomorrow (soft and sweet songs, perfect for Heathers voice)
- Walk this world (it's not a true HN gig without this fantastic song)
- Sugar (Woohoo when the cock crows, all hell breaks loose, and I love it!!!)

Compliments to Arnulf, Luke and Berit, if it were up to me, this could be THE Heather Nova band for ever...

Alas, no "official" MP3 recordings this tour, so it seems... But that is just another good reason to look forward to the next tour, for a repeat performance...


D.

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Re: 2011 Fall Tour
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By the way, does anyone know what piece of instrumental music was played just before Sara Johnston began her set of songs, and also before Heather came on stage?

It lingers in my mind, and I am sure I have heard it before (also before other Heather gigs)...

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Re: 2011 Fall Tour
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Mmmmmmm... Just returned from an excellent gig in the Effenaar in my hometown Eindhoven...

I really liked the setlist, the songs from the newest album were performed beyond expectations, with "Beautiful Ride" as the absolute highlight of them all.

Heather seemed very much into the "music zone", as she called it herself, and a terrific concert was the result. It ranks among the best I have seen of her during the last 10 years...

One observation: There was a girl in the audience, close to me, whose backing vocals were slightly more convincing than Sara Johnston's ;)

But it was a lovely evening, and I've had my much needed yearly dose of "Heather Nova Live". Looking forward to 2012!


D.

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Re: Heather Nova radio interview at Studio Brussel
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There is a video at the Studio Brussel website of the interview now...

Link: Click

Posted on: 2009/10/29 21:05
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Heather Nova radio interview at Studio Brussel
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I just recorded an interview with Heather Nova on the Flemish radio station "Studio Brussel".

It is a very LoFi recording, I had little time to prepare for a better recording, so I had to use any equipment i could find at the moment. Unfortunately there is some background noise like Windows Live Messenger beeps. The recording starts just after the welcome greetings. I did not stop the recording for the Death Cab for Cutie song, it ends at 4m20s into the recording, if you can't be bothered to listen to it... ;)

Nevertheless, it has some news in it, apparently the tour bus broke down today. Also, the performance of "Ride" is impressive... :)


The link to the WMA file (8.683 kB): click

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Re: October 31st 2009 - Antwerp (Belgium)
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Amsterdam-Antwerp is quite an easy trip by train. You'll probably have to stay in Antwerp overnight though. The last evening-train will not bring you back in Amsterdam (that is my guess, I am not 100% sure, but you check that easily at Amsterdam Central Station Information Desk).

Halloween is not a reason to stay in Amsterdam. There is no Halloween tradition in Europe. Even if you should find some bar where they have a Halloween-party, you'll probably feel very dissapointed...

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Re: August 17th, 2009 - Amsterdam (The Netherlands) - Paradiso
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You're doing excellent work, as usual, cappy...



D.

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Re: August 17th, 2009 - Amsterdam (The Netherlands) - Paradiso
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Cassander wrote:
Aww, sweet story.

This was the first time Heather has played "Follow Me In Grace", right? How was it?


Right before "Follow Me In Grace", Heather explained that she wrote this song after the passing away of someone very dear to her... It is a song about the preciousness of life, she said...

On the album, she seems to sing it a bit too high, like her voice can barely reach the required tones. Now, she sang it much more forceful and clear, it was an impressive song...

In fact, all the Jasmine Flower songs were more impressive than the album versions...

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Re: August 17th, 2009 - Amsterdam (The Netherlands) - Paradiso
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Mmmmm, I just returned from a wonderful evening in Amsterdam... :)

It was a lovely gig tonight. Heather & band seemed to be in a jolly good mood, and despite some minor technical hiccups with the sound every now and then, it was a very good set of songs! The new bass-player did a decent job, on cello as well... Berit's play was as rough as usual, and as it should be... :) And the drummer, the same as from the last tour, is very skillful as well. They all really seemed to enjoy themselves, and when Heather said that she loved to be back in this place (whether Paradiso or Amsterdam), I actually think that she meant it... :)

I have really enjoyed this gig very much, with the usual amount of goose bumps, induced by the strength of Heathers voice...

My much-needed yearly dose of "Heather Nova Live" has been administered, but I am already looking forward to the second shot, in the autumn... ;)

By the way, the girl with the marriage proposal said: "Five years ago I woke up in a small room in Utrecht, with croissants and Heather Nova music playing on the background, feeling very much in love. Now, five years later, I am still as much in love as I was back then. So therefore, will you marry me, xxxxx?"




D.

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Re: August 17th, 2009 - Amsterdam (The Netherlands) - Paradiso
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Definitely move up front, among the real HN fans. They will be quiet and listening. The further you move back you will find that many people do not seem to be listening but seem to use the occasion to have a social gathering as if they were in a pub with music on the background. This constant chattering can be very annoying. I am not very familiar with the balcony, but I am quite sure it applies to that as well.


D.

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Re: Heather Nova Autumn Tour Junkies 2009
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By the way, the list of gigs starts with Cologne on october 24th... But I can't find any information about it... is this a confirmed gig?



D.

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Re: Heather Nova Summer Tour Junkies 2009
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Amsterdam! :)

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Re: Heather Nova Autumn Tour Junkies 2009
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Breda :)

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Re: August 25th 2009 - Bochum (Germany) - Zeltfestival Ruhr
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Hurray!!!

My much-needed yearly dose of Heather Nova Live will be administered in 2009 too... (these smileys should cover my exitement )



D.

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Re: 19 minutes with you - heather talks about 'The Jasmine Flower'
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Nice interview...

Especially the part where she explains that rock music does not sound well in her living room, and that this is an important reason why she listens to acoustic music mostly, which has caused the new album to be acoustic too...

Now I'm considering to offer to redecorate her living room, because I really want her to produce another rocking album, like Siren!! ;)

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Re: Hooverphonic
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Very sad news...

No more sweet music...

But, she already was the fourth singer of the band, so they'll probably find a fifth singer as well...

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Re: October 27, 2008 - Eindhoven (the Netherlands) Ė Effenaar
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some help please ???
hoping to catch the Amsterdam gig, but was maybe considering this one also - how far a train journey is it from Amsterdam CS to Eindhoven, and is the Effenaar within walking distance of Eindhoven and hotel accommodation ???
alternatively, I may head home via London and visit some friends there, in the hope that Heather plays Shepherds Bush a few days later...


A bit late to react, but I haven't been on the forum for a while... ;)

Like Bernd said, it is a 80-85 minutes train ride from Amsterdam CS to Eindhoven CS.

The Effenaar is very close to the train station, about 300m. Some hotels are equally nearby too, but the cheaper ones, like Campanile, are situated at the outskirts of the city. Mind that the cost benefit of the cheaper hotel, will therefore probably be countered by the extra price of a taxi ride.

Maybe I'll see you at the gig!

D.

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Re: Heather brings the Elephant HOME
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The recording is available online:

- a direct link to the .asf stream: http://cgi.omroep.nl/cgi-bin/streams? ... _00160114/bb.20080202.asf

- or embedded in a webpage: http://player.omroep.nl/?aflID=6441173

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Re: Hooverphonic
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I did not know, and I am still wondering how that was possible!

*** Going out to remove the sticker from the front door that bans unaddressed advertisement leaflets and free local newspapers from being delivered ***

Luckily I still have vivid memories of a gig in 2006, also in the Effenaar.

On the Hooverphonic website I saw a gig in Lier this thursday, that might be an option, but I will not know for sure if I can go until that thursday afternoon.

Will you be in Lier, Johan?

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Re: Hooverphonic
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Hooverphonic is sooooo brilliant!!

I tried to make a "The Best Of" CD for personal use the other day, but all of their best songs simply do not fit on 1 CD!

And if you like their CD-albums, go and see them live! You'll be surprised by the quality of the performance. When you listen to the albums, Hooverphonic seems to be one of those bands that can make very high-quality studio recordings, but sound very disappointing when they perform live. The opposite is true, the live concerts are even more impressive than the albums!

Passionately recommended...

Youtube link: http://www.youtube.com/results?search ... ooverphonic&search=Search (any clip will do, they're all good)

D.

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Re: Anouk
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Anouk is very good indeed. She is best, in my view, in songs like "Nobody's Wife", where her raw, blues-like voice can excel...

If I go out on a saturday night, and enter a random bar, I can be sure that "Nobody's Wife" will be played at least once. She is very big in Holland, and many "connaisseurs" have predicted international success for her, but as you said, it is not happening yet.

I have not heard the new album yet, nor do I own any of her previous ones. The gems/crap ratio is a bit too low to buy them, in my opinion, but the gems are true gems!!

For those who are curious, some YouTube links:

"Nobody's Wife" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQRxLoORV84
"Lost" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=miBHxNzlw6w
"Michel" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wVZWDky6M4
"Sacrifice" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPhXY3l8_Xk
"It's So Hard" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiqOZVwr4lE

One reason why international success is not happening yet, might be her appearance. As you can see in the clips, she has a pretty face basically, but she seems to make a sport out of it to present herself as ugly as possible...

Greetings from Holland,
D.

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Re: The Pierces
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Hey kyleho,

I just fulfilled your wish for feedback on your Tina Dico introduction...

Burlesque is a fashionable term that describes The Pierces very well, good observation!!

I like the comedy-aspect of some of their songs. The songs like "Secret" and "Boring" seem a tongue-in-cheek comment on (modern) life. On the other hand, if they had sold the "Boring"-song to Paris Hilton, I am sure that it would have become a huge success, despite miss Hilton's poor vocal qualities...

"Secret", "Boring" and "Three Wishes" are all very catchy, I keep hearing them daily in my head for two weeks now...

The newspaper article that I read hinted on the possibility of a European tour this year, although the ladies were not sure whether the high costs of such a tour would generate enough increase of CD sales to be profitable plan. If it would happen, and they would play in a bar or small venue nearby, I would surely attend...

D.

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Re: Tina Dico
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Sacre Coeur started to play when I opened her Myspace website. It didn't "catch" me at first, she seemed to sing in a bored, uninterested, indifferent manner. But as the song progressed it got better and better. Also because of the lyrics, which reminded me of my own visits to Paris, standing in front of the Sacre Coeur, leaning on the ballustrade, looking out over Montmartre, having similar thoughts as mentioned in that song: "Paris breaths beneath my feet, Thirsty skin against concrete, My sacred heart misleading me, And I donít know where to go, No, I donít know where to go. I could go home to my love, And live the life Iíve always wanted, Or I could go on running off, Into the night, lonely and haunted, And the strange thing is, I donít know which I prefer, As I sit here and watch the sun set on Sacre Coeur"

Her music reminds me of Beth Orton, Jewel, and sometimes it is a bit like Kristin Hersh. Not bad company, lol...
But it is all a bit too "smooth" and simple to my liking. The lyrics of the other songs on myspace are quite mundane. Her voice is pleasant, but not very special.

Overall, it is nice to listen too, in the background, while doing other things, like writing this text...

She is talented for sure, but the talent needs too ripen a little more, I think...

We'll see in the future...

Thanks for introducing Tina Dico to us!
D.

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The Pierces
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Hi all,

After a very calm year (on the Heather Nova front, no tour, no new album ) I am finally posting here again about a recent musical discovery I made...

A newspaper article made me curious about The Pierces (http://myspace.com/thepierces).

The Pierces are Allison and Catherine Pierce, two sisters from Birmingham, Alabama, USA. They have released a new album last year called "Thirteen Tales Of Love And Revenge". They have made 2 earlier albums, but they do not appreciate these albums themselves anymore, because they were produced more to the liking of the producers of these albums, than to their own musical preferences.

The new album includes some very funny songs, like "Secret", "Boring", "Kill, Kill, Kill" and "Ruin".

The songs appear quite simple musically, but they are well-made, with refreshing lyrics. It's not Heather Nova quality (yet), but with the help from the right producers, they could become very good. They surely know how to sing beautifully, and they have chosen songs which must be a real joy to sing, if one has good vocal qualities (unlike myself, lol).

Anyway, it was my guess that some of the Heather Nova fans might appreciate this album as well, so I thought I'd post it here, since I could not find a reference to them using the Search option of this board...

Here are some YouTube links to some of their songs:

"Boring" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXbk3OL-t-s
"Secret" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-2k0qaWCgU
"Three Wishes" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AF6F-6FeEdc

Some live performances that proove that they really can sing:

"Secret" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAEHHHX_dk4
"Kill Kill Kill" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igWMItrSBvw

Ah, did I mention that they are quite good-looking?


Looking forward to an exciting new Heather Nova Year...
D.

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Re: suggestions of songs to be covered by heather
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Considering that Heather wore a Led Zeppelin shirt at the Eindhoven gig, she must appreciate that band.

I would very much like to hear her version of LZ's "When the levee breaks".

I already have a very special version of that song by Kristin Hersch, but Heather can probably do even better...

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Re: August 3 2006, De Effenaar Eindhoven (Holland)
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Spunki wrote:
Then we should have seen us?


Probably, although I was a few rows further behind, and a bit more to the middle.
I noticed some people using camera's, but I can not recollect their faces at this time...

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Re: August 3 2006, De Effenaar Eindhoven (Holland)
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Nice pictures Spunki!

Many were taken from about the same perspective as I had, so they will help to keep a vivid memory of the gig...

The editing seems useless indeed, the originals are all better

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Re: Fan Service: Heather Nova - Mermaid booklet
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The booklet has arrived safe and sound...

Many thanks to Gerd for all the efforts...

Maybe it is time to issue a HNN endorsed 2006 version of the booklet?

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