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A special message from Mick Box:
"To all of our fantastic fans we wish you all a wonderful Xmas and of course
the Heepiest new year yet. Thank you so much for your continued support
over the year 2004 and we have so very much to look forward to in 2005. The
acoustic tour was a huge success and it is really something that we will
like to build upon. Of course the rock shows will always be at the
forefront. Xmas is such a special time and we wish not only the happiest
Xmas to you all but we also extend that to all of your families and we must
never forget those less fortunate than ourselves at this time of celebration
either. We look forward to seeing you all in 2005 and thanks for being the
best fans in the world.
- Upcoming Uriah Heep live dates!
January 21 - TBA, Greece
January 22 - TBA, Greece
February 18th - March 8 2005 - Russia Tour
All details, links, etc.:
- The German tour is over now, and it was a
big success with some sold out concerts! Plenty of pics and reports can now
be seen on the Stay On Top Fan Club's website:
Pics from Karl-Heinz Baier:
Pics from Klaus Ro?er:
A report by the "Leipziger Volkszeitung"
Announcement of the B?de gig with a short
bio by "Stadtgarten News B?de" newspaper (issue #25):
Announcement of the Deggendorf gig by the "Deggendorf
All these links and soon hopefully more can
be found here:
Special thanks to Renate Fischer and all
Stay On Toppers.
- There is a 2-page article/interview with Mick Box on the December issue of
"ScanBike" (a Scandinavian magazine), where Mick sounds very positive about
a brand new Heep studio album planned for next year, and more (thanks to
Lennart Samuelsson for the info).
- An interesting interview with Charlotte "Charlie" Evans, Heep's sound
engineer, can be found here:
. It gives not only an insight into the persona
of Charlie, but also a little insight into Heep, and eventually a secret
here and there! Thanks to Adrian
MORE HEEP... AND RELATED!
- Heep trivia: on the January issue of the Japanese magazine "Burrn!",
Heep's "Look At Yourself" is listed as one of the best and most
representative albums of the 70's (thanks to Antonio Pirani of Brazilian
magazine "Rock Brigade" for the info).
- This is a recently re-designed Heep fan site, now officially (re)launched:
(thanks to Joachim Weiser for the info).
- Another Heep cover version can be found on
http://www.mely.at , namely a version of
"Lady in Black". More information about the existing cover versions of Heep
songs can be found on Evert Achterberg's site:
- The Swedish band Spearfish has opened some concerts for Uriah Heep in the
recent past. Thomas Thulin of Spearfish says hello and wishes all the
Heepsters a Merry Christmas from him and the band. He adds that it was a
great time they had on the road with Uriah Heep and they wanna say: "A BIG
THANK YOU to the members of the band and the people around them. Everybody,
and I mean everybody was so kind to us. Mick Box must be one of the nicest
people I've met in my whole life. So if Heep feel that they need any help
from us in the future just give us a call!!! Merry Xmas and a Happy New
2005. Thomas Thulin, Spearfish".