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Jamiroquai arrive in Australia

Added on Wednesday 23 November 2005, 15:32 (GMT)

The Herald Sun website in Australia reports (together with a photo) of Jay's arrival into Melbourne (Australia) on Wednesday after completing the recent Japanese tour leg.  They quote Jay as saying:

"I would rather do outdoor gigs everywhere," Jay Kay told the Herald Sun.

"It's a different vibe, and why would a man travel thousands of miles to Australia in summer to be inside?"

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He looks gorgeous as always!

Yay - they're finally here in Aussie - can't wait for the concert tomorrow and hope everyone who goes to the concert tonight has a FABULOUS time!

SAMANTHA

yeh i totally agree why come to australia and play at indoor stuffy venues when we are having beautiful weather? hehe :)
cant wait to see them at centennial park!

There was also a brief interview in the Sydney Daily Telegraph today, basically saying that he's homesick and arsed off with his UK Label

Funkonaire: I'd love to see what the article in the Sydney Daily Telegraph wrote. Can someone type/email me a copy? I found this headline if this is the article in question, but I cannot see the story without paying hard cash!

Cranky and homesick, Jay is far from OK
The Daily Telegraph, 24-11-2005, Ed: G, Pg: 010, 701 words , FEATURES

I BET he's cranky. Flying around the world doing back to back gigs...little sleep, no home comforts, no sausages and mash. Positive thinking Jay...just think about your lovely home you have to come back to! :)

OK, the article is now at the SMH.com.au site:

http://tinyurl.com/drgpk

Wow, that's worthy of a separate news item.

David sorry i cant put my hands on the article, ive got a horrible feeling that its been lost to the tip. (pulls shirt from neck)

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