17-06-2018 21:50 - edited 17-06-2018 21:51
I like Jasper Carrott. We saw him last year when he did something different.
Jasper Carrott: Stand up and Rock.
He did his stand up routine and then was joined on stage with Bev Bevan (The Move and ELO) and his band.
Absolutely brilliant. Jasper is a damn fine musician as well.
on 18-06-2018 00:28
I love Jasper, used to have a couple of LPs of his from the 70s. Funky Moped and Magic Roundabout are classics.
on 18-06-2018 07:01
Speaking of musical acts, Richard Digance had a mean guitar act too.
on 18-06-2018 09:26
I remember seeing him live in Manchester many years ago ... he did 'The Mole' & 'The Nutter on the Bus' sketches ... I was lol as all the audience were ... I enjoyed his tv shows too
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06-05-2019 18:06 - edited 06-05-2019 18:07
Thank you @pgn classic Two Ronnies. They were, and still are, very very funny. Made my day that clip
on 06-05-2019 20:50
The Two Ronnies were brilliant in my opinion. I saw them in London doing the famous "Four Candles" sketch.
Jasper Carrott was hilarious. He got on Top Of The Pops in a white suit singing Funky Moped, although the real reason everyone bought the record was his very naughty version of the Magic Roundabout on the B side.
To be honest, most modern comedians bore me except Peter Kay. I love all his live stuff (I`ve got the DVDs and his books), loved Phoenix Nights, and thought Car Share was pure genius. @jonsie Did you ever meet his Uncle Knib`ed?