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Funky Farmer
31-07-2012, 11:46
According to Yahoo news, he only charged a quid for his appearance at the Olympic opening ceremony.


I think we woz robbed :rolleyes2:

ellisboy
31-07-2012, 13:07
Waste of money,he's well past his best singing live :sad:

tugga
31-07-2012, 13:11
yeah, him and Elton John alike, neither of them have a voice anymore and I don't know why they don't stand down - ego I suppose :confused:

antiquesam
31-07-2012, 15:29
I couldn't decide whether it was his voice or the sound system, but felt that they should of cut him off, but then could he take being disconnected twice in a month?

Toonman
31-07-2012, 20:36
The biggest problem is no one has the nerve to tell him he sounds like a bag of nails being dropped in a engine. Just tonight Gary Linaker was talking to his daughter and said how good the performance was. What with his voice and the "CHAV" tracksuits his daughter designed for the GB team they have had a bad influence on these Olympics. The teams have shown how much they like the track tops by not wearing them in any of the bits I have seen on the magic lantern box.

ellisboy
31-07-2012, 20:48
He's like an old boxer,keeps comming back for more.

Bushtrekker
31-07-2012, 20:53
They really should iron him before doing facial close ups...:):):)

Funky Farmer
31-07-2012, 21:17
He's like an old boxer,keeps comming back for more.

He certainly sounds punch drunk :rolleyes2::rolleyes2:

vwalan
31-07-2012, 21:53
best not watch it . dont know half of whats going on or want to.
music as never been the same since ther beach boys f---ed up rock n roll.
as said by j.milner in american graffiti.

n brown
31-07-2012, 21:59
jeez, leave the poor old wizened deluded billionaire alone to relive his slightly more than 15 mins of fame

channa
31-07-2012, 23:13
I'm a young in it seems

If I could achieve a tenth of what he has even a tenth of his wealth I would be comfortable me thinks.

One of the best songwriters in the world, and we want to knock him.

Q

Funky Farmer
31-07-2012, 23:26
I can't disagree with anything you have said. The point remains that these days he couldn't hold a tune in a bucket. If I had his billions I hope I would know when it was time to stop

mark61
31-07-2012, 23:33
Who is he anyway? Did he used to be in a proper band?

channa
31-07-2012, 23:38
Who is he anyway? Did he used to be in a proper band?

Apparently they weren't bad..



Channa

Firefox
01-08-2012, 01:59
He didn't charge a quid he offered to do it for free, as did Mike Oldfield and Elton John. But Locog had to pay him 1 so they could set up a formal legal contract over it and make it binding.

n brown
01-08-2012, 14:33
He didn't charge a quid he offered to do it for free, as did Mike Oldfield and Elton John. But Locog had to pay him 1 so they could set up a formal legal contract over it and make it binding.

were they worried he might just take the money and run ?


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