I've seen Elvis 6 times at Nottingham over the years ( from 1996 onwards) and the strangest concert was the John Harle show when the audience was composed almost entirely of jazz fans who wanted to hear John Harle's sax playing. There were huge murmurs of discontent at the half time interval following Elvis' Shakespearean songs and Sarah Leonard's soaring vocals and a considerable number left but those who remained roared their approval when Hunting The Hare, the avant garde saxophone duet with Harle and Andy Sheppard was played - only to return to their grumpy state with the encore Rocky Road Around A Rocky Ground. Must still have my recording somewhere and must dig out sometime.
I've never thought the sound was too bad at the Royal Concert Hall, ( famous also for my Masters degree presentation !!) until the last show in 2018 when, from my side of the stalls it was really muddy. Pete asked me afterwards what I thought of the sound and I said I could only hear the drums and bass and he retorted "Well, what's wrong with that ?!!"
Perhaps the little arrows of the Leapy Lee song posted at the end of June on his twitter account along with the My Aim Is True dartboard ( has anyone got one of those ??!!) also hints at Robin Hood country !