We have always had great and loyal fans in Oakland.— Jim Otto
Unconventional Loyal Fans quotations
One loyal friend is worth ten thousand relatives.
We’re super fortunate in Pearl Jam to have such loyal fans.
..who really want to come & see us play.
I went to law school at Alabama and I grew up a loyal Auburn fan.
I'm one of the few that wrestles with those issues sometimes, but we're really proud of them. Like the University of Alabama has almost doubled its enrollment.
Never push a loyal person to the point where they no longer give a damn.
Brooklyn was the most wonderful city a man could play in, and the fans there were the most loyal there were.
Loyalty is such a rare quality; but my fans are the most loyal in the world.
Country music fans are extremely passionate and loyal.
It seems that country artists have longer-lasting careers because the fans stick with the artists through thick and thin.
There is no friend as loyal as a book.
I'm very grateful because my fans are very loyal.
I've probably got the most loyal hardcore fans in the music business.
You know, I can sit around, go fishing, do ten shows a year, fifteen, none, twenty, and it's just fantastic. Because they know I shoot straight and I don't talk bull.
The fans know what's happened to me over the past couple of years.
I lost my family. I pretty much got devastated financially and the fans know that I've had some hard times - and that's the nature of loyal fans. They want to see the people that they love and believe in get back on their feet.
Set your life on fire. Seek those who fan your flames.
Its extremely important to have a loyal fan base and be receptive to them.
I've done a couple of fan conventions and [the fans] are legion.
They're rather like Star Wars or Star Trek fans. We're very glad of the loyal fans - but it's a strange way to spend your life, dressing up like Star Wars. At least we change our costumes - I don't spend 40 years dressed up as Tywin Lannister.
I love to see a dedicated, loyal and a polite fans!
Love your haters,theyre your biggest fans.
It's an under-represented demographic and it's a really loyal fan base and it's really nice to play those roles without making a big deal about it or making too much comment, because the more we normalise it the better. You're not defined by your sexuality but by what you do.
I've been very true to know that I have a base of fans and I'm extremely loyal and extremely supportive to that base of fans. To the rest of them, I enjoy the fact that they fill the arenas and tell me to go to hell.
Fantasy fans are incredibly loyal and passionate.
Other people don't want to be seen as passionate about things, they want to be cool and laconic. The great thing about fantasy fans is they'll really get behind a show.
Set your Life on Fire. Seek those who Fan your Flames
Sci-fi fans are the most loyal fans on the planet - there's no doubt about it.
I've done a few of those conventions, and these people will know the lines!
I think that I have this core group of fans that fell in love with the character I played on Buffy and now they're following me to everything I do. They're very dedicated and loyal. I'm very lucky.
People really feel the need to share how the series has touched their lives, and that's been very moving. We're enormously grateful to the fans of the show. They've been extremely loyal to us season after season, and they make it all worthwhile.
I'm not a fan of idleness, except in small doses.
I think the true rock fans are pretty loyal.
I have a great career, and I have wonderful fans who really are supportive and loyal - because I'm not hiding anything from them.
People understand my message is positive, and at the end of the day, I'm just here to make music that I enjoy and that other people enjoy. I think that's why I have such a loyal fan base.
We have a very loyal fan base, the kind tat buys the record the day it comes out, sees every show, and that's fantastic, but what about the people who would never hear about our band?
I chose to go back to 90210 because it's home, you know, and we had such a loyal fan base for so many years that I owe everything to our fans. So I felt - I really felt the need to give back to them and to give then Donna again, and see where she is now. And I'm really excited to play her again.
Keeping fans loyal is a delicate balance.
Therein lies the challenge for any band that's more than a couple albums deep. It's like, how do you continue to make records that are representative of who you are that your fans will recognize as your band, while still trying to push things forward and present new sounds for people.
I love the fans of genre. Genre fans are the best fans. They're loyal, they're dedicated, and they're passionate about the projects. They get it on a cerebral level. Being a part of that culture and that world... It's very gratifying and very fulfilling.
I see fans all the time. They're always very complimentary and they're always very eager to talk and to share their experiences or get a selfie. They're really, really loyal. And intense.
The only way to keep a show alive is to stay loyal to your fans and not betray them creatively or ignore them when it comes to extra content. I'm on Twitter because I'm trying to answer their questions.
My fans have been very loyal to me, so I want 'em into the mix every song.
I don't want 'em having breaks on stuff I'm trying to push on them.
There is a huge fan base, they're very knowledgeable and very loyal.
I was astonished - before I started working on the series I didn't know anything about Game of Thrones. I hadn't heard of the books. When it started going out, people were coming up to me in the street saying [fake cockney accent] "oh, Game of Thrones, f------ wonderful.
To me, the fans just seem so loyal, above anything, which is amazing.
What more can you ask for in a fan?
There are so many sci-fi fans and it's such a big business now.
So many people love sci-fi, and they're so loyal. I would be lying if I said that the fact that I had been on a very popular sci-fi show and had some recognition in that world didn't help me get the job on another sci-fi show.
I hadn't been there [Comic-Con] before.
It's pretty eye-opening, when you haven't been there, just with the sheer amount of fans that are there for different shows and films. It's like a big fan symposium, in a way, as well a way for film studios and television studios to really promote their product to their loyal audience base. It was an experience.
I could vomit, right this moment. I literally could vomit on cue. Yes. Here's the truth of that. We didn't have a big audience, obviously, when we made the show. Very early on, we made a decision that we were going to try to give the fans and the people that were loyal to us something that they felt was special.
The best part about being a Blazer is the fans.
The fans here are so loyal it feels like a college team with how close the fans and players are. They have such a great passion for the team that it makes it fun to be a part of and makes you want to work harder to make the team successful.
The fan support isn't the biggest but they're very loyal and very supportive.
It's a very good group of fans and I enjoy playing in front of them.