Live gigs worth all the Troubles: Concerts by bands like The Smiths helped unite Northern Ireland during dark days of the past, says Joe Lindsay

Belfast Telegraph:

"Live gigs worth all the Troubles: Concerts by bands like The Smiths helped unite Northern Ireland during dark days of the past, says Joe Lindsay" - September 29, 2020

Excerpt:

"Particularly during the bad times here, it lifted you and kept you going. It was a ray of hope that got you out and into town and mixing with people at a time when you might not otherwise have done. It was an escape big-time," he added.

"Going to my first gig to see The Smiths at the Ulster Hall when I was 13, I had never seen anything like it and it absolutely lit me up."




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FWD.
 
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Belfast Telegraph:

"Live gigs worth all the Troubles: Concerts by bands like The Smiths helped unite Northern Ireland during dark days of the past, says Joe Lindsay" - September 29, 2020

Excerpt:

"Particularly during the bad times here, it lifted you and kept you going. It was a ray of hope that got you out and into town and mixing with people at a time when you might not otherwise have done. It was an escape big-time," he added.

"Going to my first gig to see The Smiths at the Ulster Hall when I was 13, I had never seen anything like it and it absolutely lit me up."




Regards,
FWD.
"We now know that he's a f*****g t**t". Who's we? The same smug consensus crowd doing their bit "in the fight against covid",by wearing a flowery mask to match their nail extensions. #holdfirmpresstitutes, keep repeating the same garbage as if its true . Together we can fighti this. #bulls**t.
 
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Belfast Telegraph:

"Live gigs worth all the Troubles: Concerts by bands like The Smiths helped unite Northern Ireland during dark days of the past, says Joe Lindsay" - September 29, 2020

Excerpt:

"Particularly during the bad times here, it lifted you and kept you going. It was a ray of hope that got you out and into town and mixing with people at a time when you might not otherwise have done. It was an escape big-time," he added.

"Going to my first gig to see The Smiths at the Ulster Hall when I was 13, I had never seen anything like it and it absolutely lit me up."




Regards,
FWD.
He can protect himself against Morrissey and covid 1984 by pulling his beard over his stupid cancel t**thead.
 
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Its 02:59 and I’ve been asked to leave. Things aren’t what they used to be.

Disgusted of Guide Bridge.
Did we have a good night?? And where were you till 3am ??? In a club in tel Aviv????
Or were you banging on the doors of your local curry house demanding to be served more ale??? I was in bed for 10 pm , hair brushed and parted...
 

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