I am so sorry to hear this. My condolences out to his family and friends.
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"I'm pretty late in this thread because I havn't long known. I'm tottally shocked and heart broken. He was the second person I ever knew in Bristol and a big part of why I thought it was so desirable to live and move here. His and Emmas hospitality warmed our hearts right from the begginning. The first time I went to his house, visiting Bristol before I moved here, they had prepared a beautifull fish meal for my girlfriend Lorna and I. I remember what a pleasent evening it was, and how beautifull it was sitting in their lovely garden chatting whilst the sun came down. I remember my girlfriend and I chatting for so long about how hospitable and lovely they were to us. On the same weekend he excitedly planned a whole walk, like a guided tour around bristol for my girl and I. I remember how enthusastic and excited he was to show us the city as he drew points on the map for us to walk to, and how fun and eye opening it was for us to carry it out, touring the places he enjoyed and that he thought we would too. Neil has been a really good friend to me, and has always been willing to put us up and allow us to enjoy his company, in clubs, pubs, and his own home. I remember when I told him I was moving only down the road from him in bristol, and how heartwarming it was that he was so pleased about it, how honoured I was to be his friend really. Neil was one of only a few people that really had faith in my music from the start, and carried that faith through all the way. He has been one of the people that have pushed my music the most, and introduced me to so many people I have good friendships here with, and I thank him so much for that, if it wasnt for Neil I wouldnt be where I am with my music now. He asked me on Wednesday if I was comming to dubloaded, with the same excitement and friendly charm he's always had in his voice. I'm gutted I didn't go but I had planned to go back home for easter. But that dosn't matter really, what does is that his legacy lives on through everyone else.
So sorry Emma we are all here for you and know you are strong."
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My condolences go out to his family and friends. May he live on in your hearts.
I love you my darling boy and my broken heart with love you for ever xxx
great memories, he will never be forgotten, a true legend and inspiration to me.RAGH! Monstar wrote:Will never forget when you came down to brighton when neil was playing with n-type and played for us with n we wall went back to the house after.WALSH wrote:RIP Neil, shocked by this very sad news.... I knew him well
Yer man good memories.Will never forget when you came down to brighton when neil was playing with n-type and played for us with n we wall went back to the house after.
When ever I saw him he was always smiling.
Safe as houses and a good laugh.
Out to his family and friends. Massive condolences!
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