Last modified: 17 Apr 2007
Ah yes, the Delirious.org.uk blog. I knew there was something I'd been forgetting. It's been gathering dust since I posted about the Christmas Show back in December. Lately I've only been posting on the blog after going to a concert, and since there haven't been any UK gigs since Christmas... well, you get the picture. But anyway, in the absence of any gig reports of my own I thought I'd write briefly about a couple of other things.
If you're anywhere in the USA chances are that Delirious? have been somewhere close by in the past month. They've just finished the huge 24-date Worship Revolution US Tour
with Rebecca St. James and Vicky Beeching. If you couldn't make it to one of the shows fear not as a steady stream of concert photos from the tour has been pouring in to Delirious.org.uk lately. Feast your eyes on pics from:
Gainesville, Georgia (11 Apr 2007)
, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (06 Apr 2007)
, Santa Ana, California (30 Mar 2007)
, San Bernardino, California (29 Mar 2007)
, San Diego, California (28 Mar 2007)
, Portland, Oregon (24 Mar 2007)
, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania (15 Mar 2007)
, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania (14 Mar 2007)
The other big news at the moment is that the new Delirious? book, cleverly titled I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever
, is about to be released. Available shortly in the USA and from 5th May in the UK, this stunning new book sees Martin and StuG telling the stories that inspired them to write 20 of their best known songs. I say 'stunning' because not only are the stories moving, emotional and intimate, but the visual appearance of the book is absolutely amazing. Each chapter of the book looks at a different song and is decorated with unique and beautiful artwork. My review
is on the site now.
In the unlikely event that inspiration hits me soon I may post on this blog again (suggestions always welcome), but until then, enjoy the book.