Great Juliet Turner gig at the Stables tonight. She was on good form although someone had nicked her bag in Maidstone. She thought that the MK audience was very sympathetic - in a cute way.
She always says something about her songs and admitted tonight that she uses a certain amount of poetic licence in her stories. On the other hand it was good to have a few words about some of her newer songs - particularly the ones she didn't talk about at Greenbelt.
I'm afraid I was often distracted from Juliet's singing by Brian's fingers - the man can play the guitar! How does he know where all the notes are?!
The support act was Gentry Morris (what a name - any relation Mike?) who sang a few songs including one about a box under the bed and one about murdering an adulterous partner (My Heart can surely hurt) - which was a bit disturbing, but did raise a laugh. Check out his MySpace site and you can hear five songs for free).