We played at the 'Walking For The Wounded Event' in London the other night , this is when reality kicks in. You reach out to shake a smiling young man's hand, but then becomes the realisation that he can't return the gesture in the usual way because he only has one arm and has to shake with his remaining left hand in some sort of 'Freemason' style handshake. 'Humbling' is the only word I can think of when you are confronted with someone that is prepared to sacrifice life and limb for something he really believes in. This is really such a worthy cause , so please visit walkingwiththewounded.org.uk
We also just had an amazing whirlwind trip to one of our favorite countries, Italy. The warmth and vibrance of the people there never ceases to amaze me. We always have such a great welcome there and I feel that it has set us up for the rest of the year. Also, very excited to see dates being scheduled in the U.S before our May UK tour. I hear that some of the U.S shows are selling out in minutes, amazing!
Some more news..my wife Gisella is in the 'family way' ..due in June, can't wait!!!