October 9, 2013
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John was a true gentleman. I met him in upstate NY a few months before he passed away. He was kind enough to step out of the passanger side of the car he was sitting in and stand in the rain so my brother could snap a picture of the two of us! I will never forget that moment because he got soaking wet and it meant the world to me. RIP John.
Nice thing to have happen – back in 1989 myself and a mate were leaving a gig at Wembley arena and John and his driver went past in a “big black Cadillac”. We stared and he stared back! No other interaction though, he was still in his stage clothes if I remember correctly.
Legend! as the whole band are! I was at the Quadrophenia show at Wembley Arena, one of many Who gigs I’ve seen..unbelievably fab!The Ox doing solo 5:15..brilliant.and Keith too,amazing and fitting! Long Live The Who..plz carry on!
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