P.O. Box 382
Waverly, NY 14892



A Flock of Seagulls info letter
February 1996

Hi Flock Fans: This is a monster info letter and I hope it will keep all of you happy for a while.

Dues are $5.00 a year or you may just send me some stamps. I do not receive any financial help from the record companies like some fan clubs.

As to your mail, please keep it coming. Mike and the guys love to read it. I am no longer able to answer letters on a one to one basis due to the large amount of new fans in the past few months. I will try to answer a few each week as time permits. I have my hands full keeping all of you fans informed.

Big Shot records: There is nothing to say other than ignore all rumors that are flying around about the Flock and myself: No, Mike did not fire me.

Merchandise just call 1-800-846-5852. Remember this is not Mike's home phone number, it's only the merchandiser and they do not have the time to answer questions, however you may check in with them on tour dates.

You may E-Mail me at GLIMMS @ A.O.L. .com

The Web page was set up by Scott Hungarter and the work he has done is top notch! To pull up the page WWW address: http://www.epix.net/artifact or http://snhungar.kings.edu I just use my web crawler and type in A Flock of Seagulls and Scott's page is under "me" then go to AFOS. Those of you without computers, don't worry, the info letter is still going out by Snail Mail.

A Flock of Seagulls at the Edge, Palo Alto, CA, Friday Jan. 26, 1996

After years of Hibernation, A Flock of Seagulls are back! Last Friday night the band landed at the Edge, a club right up the street from my apartment. I got there early, psyched to be seeing the band after such a long time (the last time was in July of 1986!). Once inside, I saw Dean, John and Mike over by the door at the backstage area. (Ed was already working the crowd)... Taking a deep breath, I walked over and introduced myself. They were all immensely personable, and glad to talk to a long-time fan.

A little while later, the show started... and MAN! Did those guys blow the roof off the place! Mike and the band tore through a long set of classics both old and new. Here's the set list: Modern Love is Automatic/Magic/Hearts on Fire/Rainfall/Setting Sun/Space Age Love Song/Walking in the Garden/Burnin' Up/The More You Live, The More You Love/Nightmares/Say You Love Me/Wishing/I Ran. (Encore: Messages/Telecommunication - dance version)

Mike Score: Vocals/Keyboards Ed Berner: Guitar Deano Pichette: Bass A.S. Mazzetti: Drums