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Haze play CRS Maltby,UK show with Comedy of Errors

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Topic: Haze play CRS Maltby,UK show with Comedy of Errors
Posted By: ChrisTreebeard
Subject: Haze play CRS Maltby,UK show with Comedy of Errors
Date Posted: February 05 2013 at 15:12
Sheffield progressive rock band Haze play their first show to promote the new CD "The Last Battle" for the Classic Rock Society at The Wesley Centre, Maltby on Saturday 20th April, with special guests Comedy of Errors. Tickets are available now from the CRS website, 10 members, 12 non members 14 on the door.

Posted By: SouthSideoftheSky
Date Posted: February 10 2013 at 05:49

Hi Chris,

Any plans to record another live album in the wake of the new studio album, or do we have to wait until 2018 for the 40th anniversary? Tongue

Posted By: ChrisTreebeard
Date Posted: February 10 2013 at 07:10
If Paul 'Chis' Chisnell had stayed with us, I would have wanted to do a 'farewell' live album & DVD of the upcoming shows, but sadly that's not to be.

I would like to record with Danny (McMahon) on drums, but it's probably putting too much pressure on him to record his first big show with us!
Maybe later in the year, or next year, it's something we should look at?

I would like to do the ultimate Haze DVD, with the picture quality of 'in that branch of the lake' with the sound quality of the '30th anniversary' CDs and a song selection from the first single in 1981, through the 80s Haze, 90s World Turtle, right up to the new album.

I'm currently working on a 30th anniversary remix of our first cassette album - you heard it first here!

Posted By: SouthSideoftheSky
Date Posted: February 10 2013 at 13:09

Thank you for the information! Sorry about Chisnell leaving you, but it's great to know that you carry on. If I lived in the UK, I would come to see you play. Looking forward to the new album and wish you good luck with all future projects. 

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