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The Sisters of Mercy - November 2008

The was a better day than we could of hoped for.  We sent a note to our friends at the Ogden Theatre where The Sisters were playing that night and lo and behold they responded and came to the shop!  Andrew Eldritch and the boys hung around for a couple of hours just bullshitting and signing our records.  People always say ' that Andrew - he's a jerk' or whatever, we'll take it from me, he was a bad ass, cool just ran through his veins.. i was very impressed.

The Sisters of Mercy - Signature Wall

Fans of this band since 1983, having them in our shop and on our wall was a dream come true.  The part of the signature wall we were able to keep, it's in the back room of the new store

Andrew Eldritch

Andrew with store kids Doug & Steve, we traded Dr. Marten boots for tickets to the show!

The Sisters of Mercy - Rock Star Boot

Autographed Dr. Marten 8 eye Logo boot, I wished they still made this one! It was actually signed years earlier when The Sisters of Mercy played the Fillmore back in October of '99.  It was our first contact with this amazing band.  A killer keepsake for out collection!

Patricia Morrison at the shop

ya, that Patricia Morrison, Bad Ass Bass player! - Gun Club - Sisters of Mercy.  She was with the Damned for a few years too.

Patricia Morrison - Signature wall

She was pretty Cool. Just the way she handled herself. I brought my Sisters of Mercy 12-inch single of 'This Corrosion' that she played on.  Patricia & Andrew Eldridge are on the cover of the record.   When I asked for an autograph, she said something like ' O great..' and then proceeded to draw a 'Hitler Mustache' on Andrew.  Like I said, she was pretty cool..