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rhyzla Sidmouth 2005 - the verdict? (186* d) RE: Sidmouth 2005 - the verdict? 17 Aug 05

guest 'logged out' wrote "As for the 'Friends of Lizzie Cornish', Rhyzla and Hip Flask Andy were booked by 'Lizzies' husband (she won't thank you for letting that out you know Duncan)it's not surprising they're singing her praises is it? I met her recently at another event and wasn't at all surprised at her demeanour. Where you seen shy and unassuming, I saw a unfullfilled bottled up woman, struggling with ageing, dressed a little too young, too much make up for daytime and uneasy in her own skin. Her behaviour on that day was exhuberant to say the least, she was running about exclaiming over everything from a crap dj to a woman with dyed hair.

Rhyzlas also states that bands had to PAY to play in some venues, what kind of festival was this?"

In reply:

I, or rather my band were booked and paid directly by Dukes Hotel.

Your description of a woman at 'another event' bares no resemblance to the person I met in Sidmouth - full stop!!

The venue that I paid to get in and play was the folk club in the arts centre - i knew that this was the case before I went!

And finally, 'logged off', you must be a wonderful person to criticise others so easily, but not quite brave enough to tell us who you are, and if you went to Sidmouth.

Also, thanks to Kate from Dabs for clearing up the other issue and finishing it!!

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