posted on November 27, 2010 at 9:46 am

b and b

i would like to thank the people who’ve written on here

their lovely words of encouragement i thank you

i thank you all

last night was a heartwarming gig up here on qlds sunshine coast

a very nice sold out crowd

a few singalongs

the band played much better than the night before

tim n i got some good rhythm section things happening

peter k is amazing on piano harmonica mandolin n guitar

marty is marty is marty

now slimline and kicking bottom on his 12 string guitar n ricky bass

me ?

i sang n ponced around

a few minor mistakes perhaps

a memorable night

we stay in a b n b place which is superb

in the morning as i eat my breaky

(muesli fruit n soy milk)

a few shy couples also staying here thank me for last night

one guy has been following us since he was 12

almost with you was a song he heard at school n it did the trick

he bought the b. crusade it was his first record ever

i got all kinda misty hearing that…what an honour to be part of peoples lives

yes a real honour

i have been making music to selfishly satisfy myself

and then this wonderful unseen side effect

that people out there are digging this whole mess

people listening to us for over 30 years now

a real soundtrack of their lives

oh my friends you make my stupid old heart swell with pride/humility

yes you are all so important to me

we are really all in this together

if my music can be there for you

punctuating yer lives , in yer memories

in yer good n bad times

its so much much more than i ever expected

(n maybe deserved)

so ok

tonite the judy wright centre again

(judy judy judy)

it will be good i know it will

everyone in our crew is the nicest person

sweet tiare never losing her patience

jorden brebach our most learned sound guy n 5th member

wesley our stage manager who never puts a foot wrong

my 3 co-horts who are diamondish geezas

ok let the good times roll

ps all my strength n prayers to a dear friend of mine

sam

who is undergoing some nasty treatment for a nasty thing

i believe in you , ok?

xxx

sk

63 Responses to “joes waterhole, eumundi , qld”

  1. avatar
    neptune | 27 November 2010 at 10:51 am #

    prayers to your friend, your children, and to you and your band tonite…..

    Break a leg!!

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    adam stielstra | 27 November 2010 at 11:02 am #

    This is the best post I have read from you. I have always wondered what your feelings were towards fans. I have followed you since I was 13 and I am now 38. I own every recording The Church has put out and almost all side projects. I met you all in 1990, 2004(maybe 5), and recently was allowed to come to the sound check and sit front and center at your Seattle US gig last spring of this year (much thanks to Marty and Tiare for that). But the first two times I met you, you never spoke. So it wasn’t much of a meeting. So, at age 37, I was apprehensive to say hello while standing 5 feet from you at the Showbox in Seattle near my home. Tiare gave you all some records to sign for me. I have wanted to get your Sing Songs EP signed since the I first failed to bring it when I met you in 1990. Amazing that we are both still alive and making or listening to your music. Your music has withstood the test of time for me. Of all the bands I listen to or have lost interest in over the years, The Church has always remained at the top of my list. Every album is a soundtrack to my life. I date my life to some of those songs. I tell time by them.

    It is truly refreshing to read your post today. Thank you for the thank you. It feels nice to know that we fans are being acknowledged and respected. A very noble letter on your part, SK.

    I will always appreciate your art/craft/style. It has mesmerized me from the first listen.

    Sincerely,

    Adam

    p.s. My review of Back With Two Beasts is in the US tour book you had on the merch. tables at the shows. that too was very kind for you guys to include. Thank you.

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    Danny J Frost | 27 November 2010 at 11:03 am #

    Nice Post SK, yes we are still digging the music man. It means a lot to the fans. Look forward to a big show tonight at Judy Wright’s!!
    DJF

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    Lara | 27 November 2010 at 11:10 am #

    Delighted to hear it. May the days to come follow suit (hearts and diamonds).

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    Donna | 27 November 2010 at 11:13 am #

    Hey! Your words encouraged me, as well. I’m glad things went well for you and the band last night. Just hearing that that guy you met chose your music for his first record when he was twelve really puts things in perspective, doesn’t it? Enjoy your day!!

  6. avatar
    PINK CHURCH FLOYD | 27 November 2010 at 11:32 am #

    Good to see you happy and positive Kilb’s and now i’m thinkn about sam too.
    I hope he’s ok.
    You’ve lost a bit of weight
    You look good but maybe try a soy smoothy or sumthn after breaky each day.
    So glad you’re still here Kilb’s,
    cheers
    Ange xo

  7. avatar
    MaxVoltage | 27 November 2010 at 11:49 am #

    Great to hear SK, onward and upward!

  8. avatar
    ocelot | 27 November 2010 at 12:04 pm #

    first time I saw the church, you guys came out with pharaoh, blew me away, big sound, been hooked ever since, recently played the steve kilbey bondi acoustic dvd, how about that!

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    Starflower | 27 November 2010 at 12:21 pm #

    Ripper of a blog Steve. Here’s some more judy judy judy!

    Failure of Communion

    What is the space between
    enclosing us in one
    united person yet
    dividing each alone.

    Frail bridges, cross from eye
    to eye, from flesh to flesh,
    from word to word, the net
    is gapped at every mesh.

    and this each human knows
    however close our touch
    or intimate our speeech,
    silences, spaces reach
    most deep, and will not close.

    Holding you in healing prayer Sam.

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    trifford | 27 November 2010 at 12:32 pm #

    You sound like the true inspiration that you are. The Blurred Crusade is my favorite all time album. It never ages…
    Enjoy each moment be it good or bad (yes even bad times can feel good)
    Have a great concert tonight! just keep remembering that all those songs you pored out of your heart, heal not only you but those listening

    Cheers
    Frank

  11. avatar
    Steve S | 27 November 2010 at 12:56 pm #

    SK and TP PK MWP

    Great 2 gigs so far. Great to see you guys in this format. Relaxed and enjoyable show. Really casual and intimate setting for people to get an overview of your career.

    Yes, you are the soundtrack to many of our lives. We have followed you guys through all the trials and tribulations and ups and downs. We thank you for doing it your way and being true to yourselves.

    Looking forward to tonights gig again…

    Also, special thanks for making yourselves available and accessible to your fans. We really appreciate it when you take the time to meet us at these gigs. It means a lot to us all that you guys do really care about your audience.

    All the best

  12. avatar
    lily was here | 27 November 2010 at 1:20 pm #

    It wont mean much, but my mum sends her love too. She read the book, enjoys your poetry ‘n’ music, loves your paintings, watched you on the ARIA’s with dad & of course she’s lived with my “church love” for a long time. “Ask Steven if he could put on an exhibition for the local ladies” in her small town -mind boggling.
    Got everything crossed for Sam.
    Sx ♥
    ps sweet patient beautiful talented Tiare indeed
    (pro-nounced ‘tea-ah-ree’ for anyone who might be wondering?

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    david | 27 November 2010 at 2:16 pm #

    splendid!

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    BROKEN TOYS AND HEROS | 27 November 2010 at 2:40 pm #

    SK-

    As I read yesterdays blog responses, NK’s made my heart flutter and tears well up. Amazing is all I truly can say. You ARE blessed with so many and so much. You are dear to us all. Imagine a world without music- I simply cannot because of you and the boys. Today, Friday here in Chicago, I had to say goodbye to my beloved truck of 10 years. My wife and I bought a Jeep today. And I kicked the tires, and checked the fluids and ran the new girl thru a battery of self-testing. When it came to the sound system, I reached in my jacket and pulled out P=A (the GREATEST ALBUM OF ALL FRIGGIN TIME) and I plopped that cd into this Jeep’s heart and fired her up. The salesman asked what it was, who is ‘the church’ …and I grinned and said “sadly my friend you SHOULD know who they are”. You fill our lives and complete them in different ways and means for us all, for that I am thankful. I was a betting man and I feel that a bright light of salvation and recovery has found your personal life. Thank godness !!!!

    Slay them over there for us in the states who miss you and wit on your eventual return – GB3 Rocks !!!!! Stay healthy and well.

    AsAlways,
    Darrin K.

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    Melissa | 27 November 2010 at 2:45 pm #

    Hey, that’s more like it!! Soo glad this gig went so well for you .. I remember going to a show at Joe’s Waterhole a couple years back and it’s a great little place. There was a big massive storm that night too .. I was staying in Noosa and got a cab there that evening .. drove through all the thunder and lightening and the most ferocious downpour of rain I’ve ever seen. It was pretty crazy!!

    Hope the 2nd Brissie concert is brilliant 😀 Enjoy Steve!!!

    xx

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    Bea | 27 November 2010 at 2:54 pm #

    SK-saw you on Thursday night and it was fabo. I bought the DVD of The Church’s film clips too. I had a really old one on video from many many years ago and now no longer have a player. My hubi and I dancing in our lounge room last night, talking about how great every Church song is, what amazing players you all are and how you have influenced the sound of many a band-like SPumpkins! I have all your older albums on vinyl and play them on my record player, the others on CD. I drove to Byron to my folks place the other week and The Radio Songs CD took me from my front door to theirs-my 7 month year old little baby boy singing along in his own little way to the tunes. He already loving The Church, so your music passed on to another generation. Like the guy you mentioned, The Blurred Crusade one of my first records too-frayed around the edges these days-sits along side others and solo albums MWP, SK and PK. I look at a photo of me at uni in my university crazy house from 1993 and in the background a huge tour poster of The Gold Afternoon Fix hangs on the wall behind me-I wish I still had it!

    Cheers SK!

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    GNunn | 27 November 2010 at 3:14 pm #

    SK,

    Can’t wait for tonight at the Judy Wright Centre. The good and bad times come and go, but the music… the music is in our fabric.

    Big Love,

    GNunn

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    Daniel Watkins | 27 November 2010 at 3:28 pm #

    Steve – first, best wishes for your friend Sam.

    Secondly, it seems so strange to me to have been listening to your music for over 20 years, just astounding. I can only imagine how much more so it must be strange for you to realize you have fans that have listened so long, or that you have been doing it for so long. Keep up the good work!

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    Lyndall | 27 November 2010 at 3:52 pm #

    Hi Steve… Thank God for the Church – you are all amazing! Your comment “I have been making music to selfishly satisfy myself” – Well, THANK GOD FOR THAT! As you know, there has been a lot of music styles (muchly crap) that has come and gone over the past 30 years to satisfy the fat-cats, the market, radio or the Top 40 etc … would have hated if you followed everyone else… Thank you for being who you are and true to yourself! I have followed the Church since I was 13ish. The first album I bought with my own money was “of Skins and Heart”, my 1st concerts were yours and I have lots and lots of great memories from them that still make me smile. From when I was 14 and had to be chaperoned by my mother’s friend to the gigs (she was kinda cool) to some really great nights with my mates. Thank you for the great memories! Too, the music – mostly the lyrics have gotten me through some really shitful times /periods of my life … I love the fantasy, escape, random images and travelling to other places / realms – all possible via your music. The music has helped me mentally survive the dometic violent teenage years, a marriage break-up , and other really horrible life events (and happy ones too). Now I find artistic inspiration from your work and I still seem to find hidden treasures within your music. Thank you, thank you, thank you….. Yesterday you mentioned karma – well, I honestly believe that you’ll go to Heaven in a gold chariot. Like everyone, you have had some setbacks and hard times in this life. You deserve every happiness and I sincerely wish the greatest joy for you – for what you have given me throughout my life (without even realising)and for what you mean to many, many others. I really love your writings on The Time Being (keep it going)and thank you to all who contribute. L x

    • avatar
      Lyndall | 27 November 2010 at 3:55 pm #

      PS – I am pleased that you have good people around you that are doing their best for the Church.

  20. avatar
    hellbound heart | 27 November 2010 at 3:53 pm #

    my blessings go to you, steve…..

    love always…….

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    Susan | 27 November 2010 at 3:55 pm #

    I can’t thank you & the band enough for your music, your vision, everything.
    I hope it’s worth it in the long run. You’ve touched many lives deeply.
    <3

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    Mick A | 27 November 2010 at 4:03 pm #

    Great response sk… The church have a lot of believers. Look forward to judy wright show tonight to watch the band weave it’s alternative cosmic aural soundscape once again! Peace out sk, mww, pk & tp cheers Mick

  23. avatar
    Freddie | 27 November 2010 at 4:10 pm #

    Awesome!
    :^)

  24. avatar
    Jonny Hollywood | 27 November 2010 at 5:33 pm #

    a real soundtrack of our lives, wow who would have thought of such an idea, maybe one day we will get to see that infamous church soundtrack on film…lol

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    Krusty | 27 November 2010 at 5:37 pm #

    I concur with all the above comments. Looking forward to Melb, gee long gigs and Sydney Opera House next year….

  26. avatar
    davem | 27 November 2010 at 5:39 pm #

    Heartwarming!
    You’re music does mean THAT much to so many of us.
    Some Church or SK solo/project is played by me every day. Has been with hardly a day missed for 28 years.
    Slimline Marty? Bugger. Now I really do have to lose some effing weight.

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    davem | 27 November 2010 at 5:39 pm #

    Sorry meant “your”. It’s early here.
    And we have snow!!

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      BROKEN TOYS AND HEROS | 28 November 2010 at 1:26 am #

      SNOW ????

      Hey let me know when you get the book and stuff. Have fun in the snow Mr. Hollywood.

      As Always,
      Darrin K.

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        BROKEN TOYS AND HEROS | 28 November 2010 at 1:28 am #

        Sorry Davem- I meant this for Jonny Hollwood….Well, have fun in the snow anyways…

        Sorry again,
        Darrin K.

  28. avatar
    Karen | 27 November 2010 at 5:46 pm #

    well said … great to hear you sounding more positive & have things in perspective ..keep on rockin (Y)

  29. avatar
    Paul k | 27 November 2010 at 5:47 pm #

    Yes I agree with comments on SK post re fans and long time ones at that. You guys are doing a job to make music, and we keep buying it. We only keep buying it cos th’ product is top notch. I’ve followed you guys since I was 15 in 1980 and it’s my 45th birthday today, playing U#23 as I write this…say no more..just thanks for all th’ music..

  30. avatar
    dwellingwell | 27 November 2010 at 6:06 pm #

    Very nice

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    redgrevillea | 27 November 2010 at 7:26 pm #

    Your music is chemistry with the Church is just extraordinary – one of the greatest bands ever!! And it ain’t just the music that’s great, but your artwork too – I got it all over my shoebox ap. not because you’re sk of the Church but because I really like it and it totally appeals to me. Sets a pleasant tone & mood.

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    Krusty | 27 November 2010 at 7:56 pm #

    Man I was at the Richmond Melb gig about a year ago at The Corner hotel. This was the best gig ihave ever witnessed. I’m 44 seen many many bands but this was amazing. Four encores, raw, energetic. Very few bands from any generation could have compared to this. (radio head on a good day maybe). Thanks heaps!

    • avatar
      gavgams | 28 November 2010 at 9:04 pm #

      I didn’t see any clowns there but it was a great gig.

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    timetraveller | 27 November 2010 at 8:18 pm #

    Been listening since -83. Can`t stop! Very few if any have that effect on me.So you must be on to something……… “Lost” which is my all time favorite Church song is still pure magic today as it was when it came out.

  34. avatar
    Anonymous | 27 November 2010 at 8:33 pm #

    Good on ya! Gourd bless the Church. 🙂

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    andy | 27 November 2010 at 9:39 pm #

    check-out the super-dooper re-vamped church website folks!
    it’s rather good………
    bests to your chum sam steve…and anyone else out there who’s going through the nasties for that matter.
    mr. koppes reckons you may be recording your best ever!
    everythings coming up roses for you and your gals……
    seriously…………….

    p.s.
    nk…..that was lovely, i wish my missus would say nice things like that to me!

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    Shoffy | 27 November 2010 at 10:22 pm #

    Great blog today Steve, nice. The Church is the soundtrack to our lives, and you thought it was about you? Keep it up mate.

    Shoffy

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    eekie | 27 November 2010 at 10:57 pm #

    “i have been making music to selfishly satisfy myself”

    I think that’s precisely why when your music clicks with certain people it REALLY clicks. If you wrote to please an audience presumably you would aim for a fairly large audience and therefore would write songs to appeal to large sections of the population. But let’s face it, you are…um…different, and while what pleases you isn’t often going to click with a huge audience, many of those who do get it are going to be profoundly affected by it.

    Sending positive thoughts for Sam.

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    Franco | 28 November 2010 at 12:44 am #

    Steve, thank you for the kind words.
    Like so many others, I have followed The Church since I was 13 and have spent many days in awe of the myriad of music that you have all produced over 30 years.

    My wife & I travelled from Cairns to see you all play at Joes Waterhole last night, from the second row we listened, smiled, sang and applauded, congratulations on what was in my humble opinion one of the best gigs that I have seen in ages.

    Thank you for being such an inspirational benchmark in my life, your music has always been an enormous part of my listening and the integrity applied to your craft will hopefully continue to inspire and delight many more people in this world.

    Hope the rest of the tour has many hands clapping and voices singing, I’ve already booked my flights from Cairns to see you play at the Sydney Opera House in April, can’t wait!

    Sincere thanks for the booklet & cd. Franco

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    Georgia | 28 November 2010 at 12:46 am #

    Steven,

    For a while now, your posts have been painful to read, as it is obvious you are going through a lot of turmoil and pain. My heart goes out to each and everyone of the players on your stage of life. But do remember: You need to do what you need to do and it is not our place to judge or lecture you. None of us are perfect and in no position to cast stones.

    Yet, I will compliment you on sending the girls to spend some time in Sweden, where they will experience a magical place. That is what happened when I went there for the first time, nearly 6 years ago. And it makes me smile to see the sisters all reunited! 🙂 🙂

    And meanwhile, your mind can relax and do what you were meant to do on this earth-create music with those other three talented gentlemen! Life will sort out and you will find the courage to resolve every painful piece of this puzzle. I have learned that those moments where life does not present us with challenges are very few and very short lived. Just hang in there and know that we all love you.
    xo
    g

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      Anonymous | 28 November 2010 at 6:21 am #

      Enjoyed an evening entertained by most arguably, one of the most talented bands that has ever graced this planet. A spance of 30 years collected in a few hours and shared acoustically to a crowd that sat memorised by the quartet we call ‘The Church’.. May the next 30 years be as kind as the past…Thankyou for your music..

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    BROKEN TOYS AND HEROS | 28 November 2010 at 1:35 am #

    SK –

    LOVE YOU MAN!!!!!!

    … CRUSH THEM OVER THERE WITH ROCK GOD THUNDER !!!!!

    THE STAGE IS YOURS !!!

    …. well, and tim’s, marty’s, and peter’s…..

    AsAlways,
    Darrin K.

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    churchfan1187 | 28 November 2010 at 2:12 am #

    Must be amazing to realize the impact The Church’s music has had on so many – I’m older than most of your fans (being now 56)and the first record I bought with my own money was not the Blurred Crusade it was “Something New” by The Beatles – I’ve been blessed to work in or own Record Stores for many many years – I’ve had the luxury of being exposed to so much magical music but nothing was more magical or lasting than when in 1980 my GreenWorld import rep said hey, try this 10″ red vinyl issue of Unguarded Moment – It started a journey that continues to this day – Converted then and now I still spread the word to anyone who will listen – If musical integrity and vision count for anything the The Church will soon be joining the American Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame and all this before most even knew you were there – Cheers, Tom

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    veleska1970 | 28 November 2010 at 2:46 am #

    i’m glad you sound so much better. and never sell yourself short. your music has impacted so many of us in ways you you can’t fathom.

    sending good vibes and wishes to sam.

    lotza love…..

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    david | 28 November 2010 at 3:41 am #

    “i am goinginto an unknown future,but im still all here. and still,where theres life , there’s hope.”

    john lennon

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    Across the Water | 28 November 2010 at 4:52 am #

    You’ve been the soundtrack of my life for nearly 30 years and for that I am eternally grateful to you and the band. Rare is the day that I don’t listen to the church or one of your side projects.

    Take care of yourself,
    Hans

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    jimjimmy | 28 November 2010 at 6:17 am #

    wel said eekie

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    Elaine | 28 November 2010 at 10:31 am #

    Prayers to your friend, Steve.
    It is good to hear you speak (or more appropriately write…) of being so happy and I am so glad that you are having such a grand time. I know you all didn’t seem very pleased with your stop here in Minneapolis, MN, USA this past April. But trust me, there are those of us that are so so happy we were able to see that show. And to meet you & Marty & Tim (Pete quickly went into hiding unfortunately) means more to me then I can even express. Much happines & love to you and your always.
    XOXO, Elaine

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      Lisa | 29 November 2010 at 4:50 am #

      So agree with you Elaine, I can vouch for myself and and at least 10 others who were at that show as well. Those wonderful friends I wouldn’t have if it weren’t for The Church and my beloved Ben (Rev – Hotel Womb).

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        Elaine | 3 December 2010 at 9:47 am #

        It is an amazing & beautiful thing the way a band can turn strangers to friends. My husband & I had a four-person table up top w/just the two of us. Then a bloke happened by & asked if he could sit with us, we said of course! During the ‘intermission’ he explained he was from out of town – there for a baseball game & in the Minneapple for the first time. So he was exploring downtown & when he saw The Church was playing Fine Line, he HAD to come in. We all talked of our ‘Church stories’ and such – it was fab.

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    Finn | 28 November 2010 at 1:33 pm #

    just felt like commenting on this one. As a guy who has been digging and following the Church since I was a wee teenager I can also relate to the feeling that there has been something special about this band that I keep coming back to. It is especially nice to be able to get an almost daily glimpse into your life. Thanks for sharing, thanks to the band for being so great etc. etc. I hear another US tour is in the works. electric this time?

  48. avatar
    Lady Di | 28 November 2010 at 1:56 pm #

    Love and thanks right back at ya sk. Looking forward to Sunday.

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    reid | 28 November 2010 at 4:56 pm #

    i miss wes. glad to hear he’s still a part of the family. looking forward to february hopefully if all goes well.
    say hi to the team for me.
    -reid

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    Linjo | 28 November 2010 at 5:18 pm #

    Loving the loving comments for you Steve! How good would it be to leave a legacy in life eg one whose music resonates! Must be nice to know your life has not been in vain which of course incorporates your good parenting!
    My rich (childless) aunt told me today that she was leaving all her estate to the RSPCA (fuck!). I congratulated her on her purposeful life (sob!). Oh well, in retrospect, she is leaving her own legacy of goodwill. That’s what life is about of course, being here for a purpose! I am happy to live in a tent haha! x Linda

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      gavgams | 28 November 2010 at 9:15 pm #

      Serious bummer. The whole 100%!! Your aunt needs to take counsel from a third party (her peers, perhaps, to which you have conveyed your dissapointment and bessech them to help her see reason!) Is she a sadist??

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    Hakuin | 28 November 2010 at 8:08 pm #

    Steve-san, The buddha attracted a wide audience that had traveled for days to hear him speak; they waited with baited breath when he appeared; he held up a single flower and walked away, not a word. Luckily for us the buddha within you observes, gets buzzed, writes, hums, kicks a stone, laughs with the moon, and makes music in the mix; like others for years your inspired music has enriched my life and for that….I thank you.

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    celticat | 28 November 2010 at 8:50 pm #

    Happy Sad for you Killer. Happy that you and your mates are playing sold out gigs and at a standard and energy that most young musicians envy. Then there’s the lyrics and the music, not to mention the credibility and increasingly fantastic collaborations. Sad cos of the personal stuff you’re going through. Want to say something meaningful and special without seeming like a dipstick but all I can say is that I respect what you stand for and love your music (and have done since the early Countdown years). I’m 49 and still hang on to the feelings that hit home when I first discovered the Church. Feeling like a teenager in the mid 1960’s waiting for the next Beatles record to be released and absorbing everything I can about you and the band in the electronic media.

    Take care my friend. Accept the kudos because there is a lot of us out there that feel the same. With all my love to you, your family and your loved ones.

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    Glenn | 30 November 2010 at 12:30 pm #

    The Saturday night Brisbane show was one of the best concerts ive ever been to Steve. First time ive seen you guys live, though I have listened a lot.
    I mentioned to you afterwards how much I liked the Smashing Pumkins cover. (Sorry to interupt you and freind there though). I really like musicians covering a few suprise songs they really love. A bit like how classical musicians used to do all the time!

    Great concept of one song per album. More bands should do that. Thanks for sharing all this about your lyrics too. Just one big question: are you able to write the lyrics first, and then create music to it?: Thanks

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    B.Bon | 30 November 2010 at 10:00 pm #

    Great to hear you are picking up, old china, and that the shows are going well. Sorry that I’ve missed out on Sydney tickets – one minute they were there, next minute they were gone. I trust Mission or one of the other old faithfuls will blog a full review.

    For many reasons this has been a shit year, not a good one for Virgos I’m afraid; mine went to hell from July onwards. I’m looking forward to the end of it and will be putting all my energy and faith into 2011 – a lovely, lucky sounding year, no?

    Au revoir,

    B.Bon

    Isolde, did you see the Brisbane show?


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