Sorry for the really late come back, but I’ve been badly ‘kin ill!
Anyway .... wow! What a buzz!
There were only 5 of us at the Glasgow m&g so the 15-20 minutes was a perfect length of time.
Kicked off by getting our signed programmes, guitar pics and posters. We hung about for a few minutes and got briefed on what would happen.
The guys came in for the picture and immediately started having a laugh. The band looked like they were having as good as, if not a better time
than the rest of us!
When I went up I made a comment about feeling small at the best of times, at which point Paul had said that’s why they
had Eric, who then proceeded to ruffle my head and laugh at me.
After the pics, the guys hang around and signed our stuff took individual pictures and chatted with us. Eric is such a nice guy, and the one that I was probably most excited to see as I was a fan of his before I was a KISS fan. He seemed surprised that I had brought a Brian May '98 tour programme for him to sign. They seemed like they would sign as much as you liked and were so welcoming. Paul seemed to make a quick exit, but hung around the door and was more than happy to come in for a picture when I asked. I think he just likes time to himself before he goes on.
For those interested I got Gene to sign his KISS Solo LP & Sonic Boom, Paul the same, Eric a Brian May tour programme & Sonic Boom and Tommy an Black N Blue LP & Sonic Boom. They all also signed a birthday card for my cousin, which is going to make me a 'kin legend!
Anyway .... wow. What an experience. Well timed and organised without feeling rushed or anything.
I know we paid enough, but I still thanked them for doing it. They made us feel welcome and made sure we got what we wanted from it.
Oh ... the only two down points were 1) I asked Paul to sign his album “To Ross”, he said yeah sure, but didn’t
2)On the way out Tommy slapped my
arm and told me to enjoy the show, which would have been fine if I hadn’t just had my upper arm tattoo finished the night before! Lol!!