Yeah, it’s nice to see what our fans are like, and to hear their opin­ions. Def­i­nitely.

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Do you like to meet & greet fans af­ter the gig? Any use­ful stage tips? Don’t take your­self too se­ri­ously. That’s im­por­tant to re­mem­ber, I think. What’s the worst thing ever thrown at you? Some­body threw a shoe at me once when we were set­ting up. I was told it was ac­ci­den­tal, as he was just danc­ing too wildly. I didn’t really be­lieve it, but I guess I’ll never know. Who’s in­vited to your aftershow party? Ev­ery­body who’s will­ing to get down. What’s your best tour story? We have a friend who used to come to nearly ev­ery sin­gle show with us. We have a lot of sto­ries about him, but this one is an ob­vi­ous high­light. We were eat­ing din­ner in south­ern France and this ab­so­lutely huge bee­tle jumped onto some­one’s back. I freaked out, it was ter­ri­fy­ing. Any­way, we de­cided to dare him to eat what was the big­gest in­sect/bee­tle we had ever seen. And he did. It was in­cred­i­ble. Be­yond words. In con­ver­sa­tion with Tony Clay­ton-Lea. Egyp­tian Hip Hop play Dublin on Thurs­day in­ven­tive UK folk/roots unit in Ire­land for a brief na­tion­wide tour. The Dock, Car­rick-onShan­non 8.30pm 118/116 071-9650828 Also Sat, Mayo; Sun, Gal­way; Mon, Lim­er­ick; Tues, Dublin; Wed, Louth; Thurs, Wicklow

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