|John and Barb touring January 2018|
Just saw a review of our St Louis show, her, by Chuck Lavazzi,
which was lovely, and a blog post about our show in New York, here
by one time editor of Opera News, Brian Kellow. So we're buzzing.
New York was cold but the show was warm, with great friends joining us
|The crowd of friends and family at 54 Below January 2018|
And I fell in love with a little staffie my friends Jane and Luka were fostering, and she stole my heart - here's me in my jim jams and little Minni Moo in a love fest.
|Minni Moo and I in a love fest|
|The birds on the beach Miami|
We went from there to Ocean Reef which is like the edge of paradise. Spotted a huge green iguana there, too. That makes everything work while.
|The reef at dusk|
|Palm trees do it every time|
|Hello there Iguana|
|The St Louis Arch by the Mighty Mississippi at night.|
And from there to our January and US stretch end in Chicago. I'd never been there before. The wind comes off the enormous lake the size of a sea, and takes your skin off its so cold. But somehow it doesn't matter. And we managed to walk the famed Pier and also go up the Sears Tower to catch some views - here -
before I headed back to the UK for what will be stage 2. The UK leg of this winter tour of Sting and The Beatles via Barb and John. So I'll leave you with Chicago from the 90th floor and hope to see you at one of the UK shows in Corby, Southend, London (3 nights), Newbury and Delph near Saddleworth and once again all dates are here
So goodnight for now and see you in London!
|On the Navy Pier, Chicago.|
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