It’s been, what, a month now since I saw the first two public performances of Jim Steinman’s Bat Out of Hell — The Musical in Manchester, UK, and I’m still struggling to find the right way to sum up my feelings. But now that the official opening night has also come and gone, I should… Read more »
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It’s that time to start a fire And I know we’ll make it good We’re overflowing with desire You got the spark, I’ve got wood We got to let our voices soar More than any song we’ve ever sung It’s time we started speaking in tongues Speaking in tongues … There are things we learn… Read more »
I don’t believe in no boogie man I don’t believe in no pie in the sky You can wish upon a star until the stars are gone That doesn’t mean it’s really so There’s no such thing as a Santa Claus There’s no such thing as getting money for nothing No yellow brick road is… Read more »
My favorite vampires (the non-sparkling, dancing ones) descended on Paris, France. I hadn’t seen an official version since 2011 (Seinajöki, Finland), the missus not since 2004 (Hamburg), the boy wonder and my brother hadn’t seen the show at all, so a road trip was in order. It took a taxi, an early train to Rotteram,… Read more »
There are things that must be magic There’s no explaining why and how And there’s every sign that once upon a time Is starting here and now …Angels Arise, from Dance of the Vampires Happy birthday, Jim.