Monday, November 21, 2011

From a jaded Chinese princess

Mr Rosanna and I went to Rochford Wines in the Yarra Valley on Saturday to see Cold Chisel (told you I was in touch with my inner bogan).  We've previously been there a couple of other times - one of the highlights was seeing Norah Jones play on a balmy Summer evening a few years ago.
Image via A day on the green
Given it rained most of Saturday, our experience this time around was slightly more moist - the grounds looked like something out of the Glastonbury Music Festival - a total mud bath with most punters in ponchos and gum boots.  A slightly different crowd too - let's just say it was a lot more...ahem...real.  Including the biffo that broke out in front of us that saw a couple dragged away by security.
Image via A day on the green
We still had a great time - always feel very patriotic listening to Cold Chisel and Jimmy Barnes' voice never ceases to amaze me.  The highlight was an acoustic version of When the War is Over dedicated to Cold Chisel's drummer Steve Prestwich who tragically passed away earlier this year.

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