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Posted: 17 Dec 08, 15:38 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Roger and Rufus Taylor at The Royal Variety Performance 2008

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Posted: 17 Dec 08, 16:29 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thought the wee man Rufus was a tidy little player, no simarlarities with Rogers playong however?

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Posted: 17 Dec 08, 23:22 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I think I would have smacked somebody upside the head.  The crowd sounded like a bunch of birds, or something of the like; "Roger!  Roger!  Roger!"  Quite entertaining actually.  But Roger took it like the good sport he is and signed away.  Nice guy!


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Posted: 18 Dec 08, 07:10 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

What´s the point of getting an autograph when the guy who is signing it is hating you...?

I still don´t get it... but Roger a true profesional and gentleman, If it was me I would F&%$ everyone and go away... bunch of retards "Roger, Roger, Roger, Roger, Roger..." god!!!!!


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Posted: 18 Dec 08, 18:43 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



masterstroke_84 wrote:

What´s the point of getting an autograph when the guy who is signing it is hating you...?

I still don´t get it... but Roger a true profesional and gentleman, If it was me I would F&%$ everyone and go away... bunch of retards "Roger, Roger, Roger, Roger, Roger..." god!!!!!


Exactly! whats the point of autographs? its just ink on paper and there is no real contact between the fan and the artist, the fans should just shut the fuck up with the autograph requests and just have a conversation with roger, that means alot more.







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Posted: 18 Dec 08, 19:27 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



Treasure Moment wrote:







masterstroke_84 wrote:



What´s the point of getting an autograph when the guy who is signing it is hating you...?

I still don´t get it... but Roger a true profesional and gentleman, If it was me I would F&%$ everyone and go away... bunch of retards "Roger, Roger, Roger, Roger, Roger..." god!!!!!



Exactly! whats the point of autographs? its just ink on paper and there is no real contact between the fan and the artist, the fans should just shut the fuck up with the autograph requests and just have a conversation with roger, that means alot more.


Honestly, I sometimes have the same thoughts too.

I'd probably like to get a little conversation going on with fans, especially at the least "Hi! How are you doing?" sort of thing.

I do that when I do get autographs. I don't want to come across as someone who'd more likely be only getting autographs just to eBay them off in the end.
I find those musicians are a lot friendlier when you engage them in conversation, than when you're dealing with a lot of people around you who artists would be lucky to even get a "Thank you" aside from their names being screamed out loud.
And its fun for myself to get into conversations with these people as well, being a musician myself, so we can usually click right away on a more personal level. Rather fun really.


Onto the joking side of things, you'd think autographs would be more 'personalized' if they were signed in blood literally. But I seriously doubt anyone'd want to do that of course (unless you're an emo musician...)