There won't be any question of the day tomorrow because I'm off to London to see Aha in concert at the Royal Albert Hall.
It's the LSO who is the real Aha fan but after dragging him to the Film and Comic Convention in July I knew I needed to treat him to something special, and the Royal Albert Hall is special. Stunning is the word I'd use. I've only been there once before and that was to see the legendary film music composer Ennio Morricone and I was blown away by the venue, the music, and the amazing atmosphere. If you ever get a chance, go.
Aha will be performing their entire Hunting High and Low album, containing several iconic tracks from my childhood, with a 30-piece orchestra and screen projections. It should be an experience to remember.
Can you believe it's been 25 years since their Hunting High and Low album? Do you remember 1985? What were you doing that year? Share your jumper dress and pixie boot moments with us all.
In 1985 I was 13 and a geek. I was in love with Nik Kershaw and David Bowie. I know, they couldn't be more different. I remember watching the Take On Me video repeatedly and the whole family watching Aha on the Royal Variety Performance. If I remember correctly, they sang The Sun Always Shines on TV.
I'm not sure what year jumper dresses and Pixie boots came out, but I wore them. I had a grey and pink striped jumper dress and burgundy pixie boots, which I wore all the time. Those were the days.