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  • Comment Link Stacy Wells Monday, 18 November 2002 00:00 posted by Stacy Wells

    Hi Emma, I was also @ Brentwood on Friday, BA was great (took my Mum & Nan! both loved it!), I also saw Abbagirls a couple of weeks ago, it was out doors @ the Brentwood Centre, the rain was horrendous. But I would say vocally Abbagirls are real brill, like listening to the real Abba. But really enjoyed both shows.

    Love & glitter Stacy xx

  • Comment Link Laura Carke Sunday, 17 November 2002 00:00 posted by Laura Carke

    Hi.I saw you in Twitchen parc in Devon.I am wondering when you are next going to Twitchen parc in Devon or Nottingham please email me back the date PS. Hope to see you soon love laura.

  • Comment Link Tony Slater Sunday, 17 November 2002 00:00 posted by Tony Slater

    Well done girls,I've now seen your show twice, last night @ Great Hadham Golf Club, I was also @ The Connought Rooms in London (The BBC Childline event). You do have a great show girls.

    Last night was probably one of he most entertaining nights out we have had, a complete act, humour, costumes, voices all amazing. I would recommend your show without any hesitation. Well done to all involved.

  • Comment Link Brian Russell Saturday, 16 November 2002 00:00 posted by Brian Russell

    I am surprised that my comments made on 15th November have stirred up so much interest. I have since been contacted directly by Bill Lincoln and replied accordingly. Finally for the record and to put the matter to bed once and for all.

    I have no flag to wave or axe to grind with either Abbagirls or Abbababes. I have booked Abbababes on occasions and Colin will confirm that I am currently in negotiation with one of my clients to book Abbagirls so no problem there! My reply was to a statement that Abbababes was a local pub act which is simply not true.

    I do feel that Bill Lincoln or anybody else is perfectly entitled to have their say but I also feel that displaying this message, certainly in the way it came across, did nothing but undermine the ability of Abbababes which I think unfair.

  • Comment Link Julie Dent Saturday, 16 November 2002 00:00 posted by Julie Dent

    Who is the best? I would say: BA 1st, Voulez Vouz 2nd, Abbagirls 3rd, Abba gold 4th. Ive seen about 20 bands!

  • Comment Link Lynette Wells Saturday, 16 November 2002 00:00 posted by Lynette Wells

    I'm a true Abba fan, I go to Sweden, for the Abba get-to-gether!Every year I attend Pontins Abba week end at Hemsby.

    Bjorn Again are No. 1. But I and many friends would put Abbagirls at No 2. This year at Hemsby's Abba weekend The Abbagirls stormed the night, way ahead of all the full bands. My friend saw the abbababes in Ipswich recently, and said they are OK, but not in the same class as Abbagirls or BA or many of the other top tributes.

    So Brian you obviously do not know what you are talking about! and you claim to book acts and you are a prominent booker! I dont think so.

  • Comment Link Bill Lincoln Saturday, 16 November 2002 00:00 posted by Bill Lincoln

    With reference to Brian Russells comments. I wrote the message on the 21st October. I have seen both acts, and a lot more full abba bands. Believe me Abbagirls are pure class.

    Brian if you are an agent? you should really listen to acts. How can you book acts with out hearing them? It does not say much for your agency!

    With reference to Abbagirls leaving messages on their message board, I would hardly think they are worried about another act? The Abbagirls are with out any doubt one of the UK's class tribute shows.

  • Comment Link Abbagirls management Friday, 15 November 2002 00:00 posted by Abbagirls management

    Dear Brian, Thank you for your comments, but as a booker of both public and corporate events shouldn't you listen to what the paying custorers are saying? With regards to the Abbababes, although we have not seen them perform, we find them great guy's and very friendly to get on with. And yes the Abba tribute market is flooded and only the better act's will survive! This is our seventh year! Over 1300 gigs! in 15 diffent countries world wide! With a great year next year! (Please see our gig guide)

  • Comment Link Brian Russell Friday, 15 November 2002 00:00 posted by Brian Russell

    I refer to the message posted from "Mr & Mrs Angry" ref: 21 October in Norwich.

    I think the comments regarding the other "Abba" tribute, "Abbababes" utterly appalling and completely without foundation.

    As a prominent booker of both public and corporate entertainment throughout East Anglia and the Home Counties I have booked "Abbabes" on a number of occasions and have always found their performance totally first-class and professional with nothing but good reports feeding back following their shows.

    Perhaps leaving such detrimental and adverse comments about a rival act on your message board is good for the ego and elevates the status of "Abbagirls" in what is already a heavily flooded and over-populated market.

  • Comment Link Tina Devlin Sunday, 10 November 2002 00:00 posted by Tina Devlin

    Ladies, that was the best show we have ever seen at our humble club in Ilford on Saturday. Top class, brilliant, just had to let you know.

    Ps. my legs are aching from all the dancing.

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