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#1 David Hicks

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Posted 31 December 2009 - 02:41 PM

I've been putting some photos up in the dining room and I wondered whether anybody had a good quality snap of the post office road street sign, preferably with the immortal "fev punks" piece of graffiti underneath it? Being exiled in the North East I get these occasional pangs of nostalgia....

Second question - who picks the music for the matchdays? Crazy Horses popped up my iPod over Christmas and I for one would welcome it's return to the matchday experience. There was something strangely Fev about it....

Happy New Year to one and all!

#2 Bob Fowler

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Posted 31 December 2009 - 03:08 PM

The matchday music is selected by whoever is operating the P.A system on the day ( Nigel Holt being our capable lad) however, new changes to the licensing for public performances may affect the choice shortly. At present clubs and organisations can pay a set annual fee to the PRS ( performing Rights Society) but new legislation could mean we ( and everyone else) have have to document music played and pay for it. The system is complicated at the moment and has yet to be clarified, but organisations such as charities , brass bands and local music groups could be affected.
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