Tracie Redding 18 December 2010 09:42 | Poole, Dorset
Hi 'Mods'... the gig at Kyps in Poole was incredible! Its the second time we have seen The Mods at Kyps and it won't be the last. The sheer energy of the band is infectious & you perform all the songs as good as the originals. Simply brilliant! Take care & have a happy & safe Christmas, hope to see you again at Kyps in the near future. Tracie & Paul Redding
lynne 12 December 2010 19:59 |
Fantastic start to the Xmas festivities with 4 bills and mods last night great great set so much fun with mini xmas trees and mickeys' xmas songs itineries ....wicked some really rocking stuff Lola bought the house down,and J ohnny still moving and groovin like the best of em' brilliant night guys with fantastic solo stuff thrown in.We all had a great time so much fun,see ya at either the Beaverwood or half moon Much Love Lynne xxxx
johnny Warman 12 December 2010 19:36 | 3rd stone from the sun
I wasn't sure that you guys were there as your usual spot was quite vacant? but Helen assured us that you were and thank you so much as it was a truly fantastic performance and such a great crowd. The atmosphere was incredible and on stage it was soooo hot !!! I lost 6 pounds !!! Thanks for the support and if you cannot get enough of 4Bill$ we are appearing at the Half Moon on Christmas Eve and that will be even more Christmasey !!!
Love to all The Wiggins Clan
julie wiggins 12 December 2010 17:16 | Sutton
Thanks for another great night at the BoomBoom.As ever,brilliant show,brilliant solo's! Looking forward to seeing you again next month.Happy Christmas!
andy 12 December 2010 06:25 |
Just to say thanks for another great show at the wharf last night! Louie louie will never sound the same again!
Kevin Cook-Fielding 11 December 2010 03:23 | Wandsworth
Another great gig last Saturday (4th December, Half Moon Putney).
Shame about not being able to do the Quadrophenia set but I don't care what you play as long as you play.
Looking forward to the 4Bills on the 24th.
Mike 05 December 2010 09:04 |
You meet the nicest people at Mods gigs! Great chatting with your drummer's better half before the show (Half Moon Putney, 4th December), and the mix of people dancing in front of the stage just tells you that this music will never die. It takes all sorts to ...ermm.. make a bag of licorice allsorts... but it just takes The Mods to make the room come alive.
Andrew 02 December 2010 17:55 | Wimborne
We have seen you twice at the Tivoli and really enjoyed the shows.Are you playing at Mr Kyps in Poole on Friday 17th December?
johnny Warman 26 November 2010 20:20 | Essex
Dear Lisa, Sharon, Arthur and Ian,
Thank you so much for your kind words, and we really had such fun and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves at your beautiful Theatre. We really hope to see you all again next year so please spread the word about our Show as there is no better recommendation than people who have actually seen what we do. From our end thank you for coming to see us and we are delighted that you enjoyed yourselves so much. It means a lot to us to get such great feedback.
Johnny Warman and The Mods
Lisa and Arthur 26 November 2010 05:02 | Eltham, SE London
Hi Guys, we saw you for the first time at Dartford last night, and it was absolutely brilliant! Thank you all of you, just brilliant!! We will definitely be back to see you again, and recommend everyone to go see you! Fantastic show, fantastic night! Thank you!
Sharon and Ian 25 November 2010 15:26 | Dartford
Brilliant evening - wasn't sure what to expect but a pleasant surprise. Most certainly will look out for more places to see you again.
Johnny Warman 17 November 2010 21:42 | East of London
Dear Dave T,
Thank you for your kind words and for badgering your mates to come along and have a great time too. It was a glorious gig in so much as it was a relatively new audience for us and boy did you all join in at the right places. As for plundering my back catelogue.... everything I have ever recorded so far is available from Angel Air Records and you can find them on www.angelair.co.uk and the first CD of my earliest material is entitled "Bearded Lady The Rise and Fall" Catelogue no. SJPCD153 The next one is called "Hour Glass" and this was my first solo release for Ringo Starr's Ring"O Records Label and catelogue no. is SJPCD183 then comes my most successful CD so far called "Walking into Mirrors" featuring Screaming Jets with Peter Gabriel and catelogue no is SJPCD127 and lastly "From the Jungle to the New Horizons" catelogue no.SJPCD170 and this also features Kiki Dee and some of the greatest musicians in the World ie Tony Levin, Jerry Marrotta, Larry Fast, John Giblin and Dave Lawson, Andy Clarke, Chris Payne, Peter Gabriel, Kiki Dee, Frank Ricotti,Pete Solley,Chris Mercer.Martin Drover, Jeff Rich, Paul Martinez, Sharon Campbell, Linda Taylor and I am very proud of all of them !!!
Love Johnny Warman
Dave T 17 November 2010 19:53 |
Fantastic show at the Boom Boom saturday as always boys, mate of mine come along for the 1st time after constant badgering from me ! and then said "oh Johnny Warman ive got a copy of screeming Jets at home" ! which he did and has now lent to me and thats great cos I like Peter Gabriel !
its a 7in Vinyl with picture cover in mint condition.
will now see if i can hold of some Bearded lady stuff.
Johnny Warman 02 November 2010 20:06 | Essex
I knew George McFall for some 15 years and throughout all that time, his smile and personability never left him. On the phone I was his main man and apparently everybody was his main man !!! but for me I was not aware at the time....George you rascal!!. The Mods was a great favourite of Georges and we as a band thought the World of him not only as a great bloke but also his professionalism in all aspects of his work. Every second of our performance on Sunday night was sheer testament to how we felt about our friend George Mcfall.
richard 02 November 2010 09:06 | dulwich
Just to thank you and the troops for closing the show at the boom Boom for georges memorial.
After a stupendous line up it was fitting that we all left on such a high.
Just as george would have wanted.
johnny Warman 01 November 2010 00:38 | Third Stone from the Sun
Oh, Thank you all so much for your enthusiasm and encouragement last night at the glorious Half Moon in Putney. You are such a brilliant audience and it is definitely one of out true home gigs. What a night we had, and it was soooo hot on stage !!! Looking forward to our return on Saturday December 4th to perform our Who Show featuring material from Quadrophenia and all our favourite Who Tracks so please spread the word and book your tickets to avoid disappointment. Really hope to see your face in our crowd. Thanks also to Ellie for your kind words and hope to see you both on the 4th December.
Ellie 31 October 2010 15:58 | Dunmow, Essex
Great fun at the Half Moon last night - worth it just for the first and last songs!! 'Start me up' is just about my favourite Stones song, and my husband is a huge fan of The Who. Your sound and energy are great to experience. Thanks for some real music!
Johnny Warman 25 October 2010 07:09 | Planet Earth
This is an open message to all who attended the gig at The Green Hotel on Saturday night as part of David Mundells vision for brilliant live music in Kinross. It was such a long drive but worth all the time as the band were on Fire and the gig was superb. The warmth of the Hospitality anf friendship extended towards us was genuine and heartfelt. I would recommend the Green Hotel to anyone for fantastic views, wonderful food and facilities that make you smile, as well as great live music. We will be back and hope that we set the bar high enough, for all who follow us at this great venue. Huge thank you to all who attended and thanks for your kind messages. Our Kindest Regards
Johnny Warman and The Mods
Stephen Shearer 25 October 2010 01:48 | Perth
Hi guys..really enjoyed the gig at Kinross last night. I certainly hope you manage to come back. All the best, Stephen.
kevin 25 October 2010 00:12 | alyth scotland
saw you guys last night at the green hotel kinross and was blown away a brilliant night of entertainment in a fab venue. agree with johnny "wont get fooled again" the best song ever by the who. must say cannot wait till you come back to perthshire. keep up the good work lads and thanks to the green hotel mundell music and of course yourselves really enjoyed our night. best wishes
Jon 05 October 2010 04:44 | sutton surrey
Hi John thanks for taking time after your gig at the cellers to talk to us at the bar after the gig.excellent gig great sound better than the boom,boom.Rich done a good job on drums,as a drummer myself its hard to just come in and play at sound check,then play the gig.
See you guys at sutton.
From Jon,Mick,and Dave
rob male 05 October 2010 03:41 |
Thanks for a great night at the The Cellars last Saturday.
Surperb musicianship, entertainment and passion.Hope you can make it back to Pompey soon.
johnny Warman 04 October 2010 18:03 | Planet Earth
Dear Lynn and Carl,
Thank you for your kind comments and it was an awesome night. Obviously had another 75 people been there then it would have sold out and the weather was awful, however the audience we had, made so much noise and sang along so well. Our huge thanks goes to Steve Pitt the owner of the Cellars for his kindness and belief in our Show and hope that all his clients support him in his quest to maintain this brilliant venue.
Carl 04 October 2010 16:05 | Portsmouth
We saw you for the first time at the Cellars last Saturday. Absolutely fantastic night and the sound was awesome. Very talented musicians indeed, with some tracks sounding better than the originals. Will definitely look out for you again.
Lynne 03 October 2010 18:28 |
Toatally fantastic night at the Cellars guys.... great set changed a bit since we last saw you 54 46 is mind blowing to say the least The Cellars is a great little venue and an enthusiastic crowd which makes for a brilliant all round vibe.You guys gave it all you got and some as usual,looking forward to the Beaverwood guys,loads love to you all Lynnex
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