Steven Wilson Tour - September 2020

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pdw1

Quote from: zoony on December 22, 2020, 17:08:38 pmJust on the subject of Steven Wilson, I was watching a programme the other night called TOTP, the story of 1983. They spoke to ex Kajagoogoo bassist/singer, Nick Beggs quite a bit, and he decided to look up to see what he was up to these days. I was quite surprised to discover that he plays in Steven Wilson band. Is he any good then?
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dom

Quote from: pdw1 on December 22, 2020, 17:31:25 pmyes
+1 saw him performing with Steve Hackett a couple of years back and he was brilliant.  He's fantastic with Steve Wilson too.

Come to think of it even the bass playing on Too Shy is pretty decent!
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Nick

Quote from: zoony on December 22, 2020, 17:08:38 pmJust on the subject of Steven Wilson, I was watching a programme the other night called TOTP, the story of 1983. They spoke to ex Kajagoogoo bassist/singer, Nick Beggs quite a bit, and he decided to look up to see what he was up to these days. I was quite surprised to discover that he plays in Steven Wilson band. Is he any good then?
Top bass/stick player. Zoony you must listen to Hand Cannot Erase album by Steven Wilson, very Rush like and has some of the top players.
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Nïckslïkk2112

Quote from: zoony on December 22, 2020, 17:08:38 pmI was quite surprised to discover that he plays in Steven Wilson band. Is he any good then?
Talented guy is Beggsy. Sometimes plays bass and/or stick for Steve Hackett too. He was impressed by the amount of \m/ I threw his way last time I saw him.
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captainkurtz

Brilliant player - and that was really evident back in Kaja days, as well.
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DavidL

Quote from: captainkurtz on December 22, 2020, 22:23:00 pmBrilliant player - and that was really evident back in Kaja days, as well.
Indeed, although in those days he hid his light under a bushel. No idea why.... ;D

zoony

Thanks guys. Always remember going on the train to my first ever concert, RUSH at the NEC in May 1983, and we were having some friendly banter with a lot of Kajagoogoo fans, who were playing the Birmingham Odeon on the same night.