31st October – Fort Lauderdale

SAFE TRAVELS The final day brings with it a bittersweet feeling, mixed emotions…a small part of you is glad that it’s all over, the traveling, the trying not to eat too much, the mental preparation for each and every show, the recovering from possibly one too many drinks the night before. However, another part is [...]

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30th Oct 2015 – Clearwater

PEN ULTIMATE It’s hard to believe I’m writing the penultimate page documenting this ridiculously great tour. It really is coming to a close and we can all feel it today. The crew had a great day off in a hotel on the beach here in Clearwater and no-one deserves a break more than those [...]

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28th Oct 2015 – Melbourne

SURF SOUND Anyone who has spent any length of time windsurfing will know the name Mark Angulo. I met Mark many years ago on our first trip to Maui. Mark introduced us to the North Shore windsurfing community and made me feel at home amongst THE best sailors of the day. It’s been a long [...]

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27th Oct 2015 – St Augustine

SCATTERBRAINED SPECS   On September 8th, 1565 St. Augustine was first set foot upon by Spanish admiral and Florida's first governor, Pedro Menéndez de Avilés. He named the settlement "San Agustín", as his ships bearing settlers, troops, and supplies from Spain had first sighted land in Florida on August 28, the same year, the feast [...]

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25th Oct 2015 – North Charleston

FISH FEST   South Carolina is a place I can’t recall having been to before. An hour East of Atlanta, North Charleston was originally a plantation area. The large plantations were subdivided into smaller farms in the late 19th century as the urban population began moving northward. Due to the large labor forces of enslaved [...]

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24th Oct 2015 – Atlanta

SALAMI GIFT The affluent uptown district of Atlanta known as Buckhead, comprises about one fifth of the city and surrounding its dense, high-rise core are large single-family homes situated among dense forests and rolling hills. Chastain Park is situated in amongst these hills and general pleasantry. The park is Atlanta’s largest and houses one of [...]

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22nd Oct 2015 – Durham

COLLARD GREENS   It was time to bid farewell to New York and head to Teterboro for the final time. The Legacy was loaded with fresh New Jersey Sushi and we were off on our travels again. Landing at Raleigh-Durham International Airport we were driven supremely by a lovely young lady in an S Class [...]

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20th 21st Oct 2015 – New York

STANDING OVATIONS     I don’t recall any of our previous shows in New York being quite as exciting as these two. New York audiences are traditionally hard to please but both nights here, they were rearing to go from the start. Most of the guys had family visiting for our time here so for [...]

By |2022-04-25T07:20:31+00:00October 20th, 2015|2015 Tracker USA Tour Diary|0 Comments

18th Oct 2015 – Washington

TONE KING   Another day trip from New York city, this time to America’s capital city and to a venue we visited a while back. The Warner Theatre is another in a run of cosy venues which have both atmosphere and logistical challenges for our crew boys. The weather in New York this morning was [...]

By |2022-04-25T07:20:32+00:00October 18th, 2015|2015 Tracker USA Tour Diary|0 Comments

17th Oct 2015 – Philadelphia

PHILLY CHEESESTEAK The beautiful Philadelphia Academy of Music on South Broad Street hosted us today, built in 1855-57, it is the oldest opera house in the United States that is still used for its original purpose. Walking onto the stage reveals an impressive concert hall. It reminded us of a mini Royal Albert Hall in [...]

By |2022-04-25T07:20:32+00:00October 17th, 2015|2015 Tracker USA Tour Diary|0 Comments


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