"Hi Lynne I can remember Adrian's silence.. he could switch off. One night I went along to a party with him @ Evan Walker's place. At the time Evan was a Victorian member of parliament and a government minister. There were probably about 20/30 people there. Adrian seemed to know the family very well. I can remember him going to the kitchen, getting a bowl of ice cream and sitting on the couch watching TV. It was a very informal, breezy party, which I remember being something like a Mon or Tue night. But there again Adrian was on the go a lot. Many of you will remember once he was out and about he and his black address book would just keep going. This is all pre internet, pre mobile phones, pre Twitter. I reckon if Adrian was still alive he'd be right into Twitter, have an IPhone and no doubt some interesting apps. Miss you mate!" . .
I first met Adrian when he did the narration of "The Happy Prince" for "The La De Das" We became firm friends and when he came up from Melbourne he would stay with me at my Sydney apartment and He was always a scream. He really enjoyed my band, Freshwater. He taught me to put ginger pieces in brewing tea to make the flavour more invigorating. I feel very honoured and blessed that he wrote my Musical Resume, which I still treasure today. He definitely was one of a kind and the world is a sadder place with his passing. Peter Sheehan/Shane