Hi Mr. Bee and Mr. Lyden with "y" like in "try"!
I know that "Lynott" is spoken that way, maybe it wasn't recognizable that I used the name as an opposite example for "little".
The fact is that the right pronounciation of "Lyden" in german sounds like "leiden", which means "to suffer". I just wanted to ask if that's right smile .

Your flyer (with "y" like in......okay, I'll stop it) looks great! I really wish You the best for Your gig!!!

Do Danny and Colin come there, too?