This tribute band 'Lee' has a very raspy voice and he is singing solo most of the set before 'Nancy' joins for the duets. The real Lee was really digging the song selection and arrangements, making comments to all of us during each song. Towards the end of the set Lee told me that he should go up and sing a song so we all start hopping around to figure what songs to play, major chaos, you get the picture. Then he says to me 'No, forget it, It's too political?' so we all sit down. Just as the band starts the last song he said 'Let's do it!'. So the band pushes through the audience and hops up on stage, we get Al (Casey) up there with a guitar, on a stool, and there is an instrument for everyone. The first thing that Lee does is blow the candles out! We have a great band by the way, (members of High Llamas and Stereolab) and Lee ripped off three songs from the current set that really kicked some ass! (Including 'Pray them bars away'). It was magical to say the least. The mic even went out a couple of times and he grabbed another and kept going. Everyone in the club was screaming their heads off (200 or so). We were screaming and clapping, the band was taking pictures of the audience and vice versa, just a blast!! Afterwards Lee met the Some Velvet Evening band and they all had pictures taken with Lee and Al. Then we pushed through the audience to the promoters car to get All and Lee back to the hotel. By now there was a small crowd on the street chanting 'Lee! Lee! Lee!'. We hopped into the car (well not exactly hopped) as Al's legs are bad. Off we went into the cool Oslo night to the beautiful Radisson SAS Hotel. (Amazing comp breakfast by the way). The thing to remember is that the band AND audience are all real Lee Hazlewood fans and this was a once in a lifetime show. The concert tickets were pretty pricey so many of Lee's fans didn't get to see the concert and came to this club instead. One lad told me 'It's just like Christmas!' Another said that he had been 'waiting 30 years for this night' (and the guy couldn't have been over 30 years old himself!). This morning's paper reviewed the Concert House concert and the headline over his picture translated into 'Senior Objector' which Lee liked very much. As if you can't tell, I'm having a ball with my new musical friends, band, crew and bus drivers and I don't believe that any future show can top this but you never know....do you? Off to Hamburg in an hour to find a Laundromat. Love to all. Thanks to John P. Dixon.