Royal Albert Hall
Last night was the culmination of that work and at the same time, the start of it too.
We played to a packed house at the Royal Albert Hall here in London and I can honestly say I don't ever remember enjoying a show as much. Everyone tried their hardest and did their best to make it as perfect a show as any live show could be and we managed to rise to the occasion.
I'm very proud of the Band and I thought Aspen did a wonderful job. It's no secret that she had some serious shoes to fill and I think she proved that she can do it. Marion Raven was a star as well.
In a very ironic way, the work has just begun. Now all we can do is turn to the next show, the next venue, the next TV or radio performance and do what we did at Albert Hall.
I wanted to save the best for last ... Meat sang his ass off last night. I've never heard him better.
So ... on to NYC.
There aren't any guarantees life, let alone in my chosen profession so the thought of Bat III becoming a success on the level of it's two predecessors is ify at best. We'll do our best to make it so.