The Big Country travelogue continues with these shots from the Rosenhof venue in Osnabruck, Germany.
“Osnabrück developed as a marketplace next to the bishop’s see founded by Charlemagne, king of the Franks, 780. Sometime before 803, the city became seat of the Prince-Bishopric of Osnabrück. Although the precise date is uncertain, Osnabrück is likely the oldest bishopric in Lower Saxony.”
This is what our tour manager Luke Bell posted on the day sheet for the Osnabruck gig. The day sheet appears every morning on the tour bus notice board and has all sorts of interesting facts about the city we are in and notes for the day ahead such as information about interviews, soundcheck times and stage curfews etc. etc.