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I'm back!

28 May 2010

Dear Blog,

I must apologise for ignoring you for so long. I admit, I have been unfaithful. I have spent time on other social networks such as Twitter and Facebook. Of course I did not mean to upset you but there was just so much interesting stuff going on elsewhere that I could not resist. Personally I blame Miss Rosie and her gang of Pink Ladies for distracting me. But what a glorious distraction it was.

But I'm back now and I'm willing to try again. If you'll still have me.

So much stuff has happened since we last spoke. First of all, due to internal fighting and general bitchiness, Invocal have been disbanded. Yes. It's true. As a manager, I finally could not take it anymore and I told the ladies they might as well pack up and go to University to learn a trade or travel the world or something. And Helen and Bee promptly did! Needless to say this has left Miss Rosie & Miss Rachel with a lot of spare time so I have heard they are planning a Very Special Thing to be launched in autumn. I'm sure I'll be able to tell you all about it soon. But first there is the small matter of Invocal: The Final (over)Act, the last ever Invocal gig on July 17th in Northampton. It is already sold out but there will be a lovely Live album released of that gig afterwards.

I have also learned a lot more about doing sound for live music. I just throw a few faders around and everybody loves me. Well, I think they do. The bands seem to sound much better without vocals in my opinion so they should be grateful that I am behind the desk.

Jane is doing much better too. Instead of her forgetting everything all the time, now, she just forgets to make me breakfast and tea in the morning. Needless to say I am working on this as that is simply not acceptable.

So now you know everything. I hope you still love me.
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