TV Appearances

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Re: TV Appearances

Post by propylaen » Wed Jul 20, 2011 9:57 am

cdtheduck wrote:

This is CB appearing on the infamous Kenny Everett show.........yawn......5705 AGAIN!!


Another one that I cannot watch in Germany :cry:
...seen CITY BOY in Hamburg (Germany) on March 16, 1978 in support of Manfred Mann's Earth Band

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Re: TV Appearances

Post by cdtheduck » Thu Mar 29, 2012 8:10 pm

Laurelei wrote:Question for Chris. So how did it fly with Roy and Steve when Steve was being placed out front there and miming Roy's vocals. Ummmm, whose idea was that?

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A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do......the frikkin' song was a hit and it was sung by the bloody drummer per Mutt's insistence........we had two lead singers who just happened to be MUCH better-looking than Roy and his self-confessed "mouth full of bone" they mimed to Roy's vovals on the TV is never fair!

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Re: TV Appearances

Post by Germain » Thu Mar 29, 2012 11:53 pm

Laurelei wrote::)) Ohhhh, noooo, beyond the hair and a superficial resembelance, nada. Anyway, Steve kept his nails much better than that. Ahhh, Steve, that was a face and big crush of mine.

I have a feeling my sister will be chiming in on this one too. And Roz, may I remind you that you shared the same crush.

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What do you mean shared? Methinks we still share it. And I agree with you on the Michael J. thing-it's superficial at best. Steve has it all over Michael (and most of the rest of the population as well!)


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Re: TV Appearances

Post by CatInAFlat » Wed Jan 25, 2017 2:42 am

Robin_Shadowes wrote:Lol on the other hand I've always perceived as a renaissance dude for some odd reason. He would have blended in perfectly during the Tudor days.
Thanks for that image Robin. I am now imagining myself as Katherine Swynford. (bit earlier medieval)

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