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Old 04-30-2003, 10:02 AM   #31
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So Sheila, Megan and I went to the show last night. Good stuff.
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All I could see was curly hair, but yeah, MMJ is good.
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Old 04-30-2003, 11:22 AM   #34
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last night i was wondering how in the world those guys see anything while playing
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I like how he sings with his hair in the way of the microphone. And how he has to hold his hair back when he talks.
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last night i was wondering how in the world those guys see anything while playing
And it wasn't even the hair...the lead singer had his eyes closed most of the time.
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And it wasn't even the hair...the lead singer had his eyes closed most of the time.
Like two layers of blinders - although I think alot of guitarists close their eyes when they play
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I think I would too. They seemed kinda shy. I liked the fact that they didn't talk to the audience a lot for some reason.
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although I think alot of guitarists close their eyes when they play
Hehe. That's true. I've only seen one drummer who shuts her eyes though...Meg White.
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Megan, are all people from Kentucky shy?
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Most are not shy at all. Most are SCARILY out-going.
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I like how he sings with his hair in the way of the microphone. And how he has to hold his hair back when he talks.
I saw them open for Doves last October and they were great but I couldn't get over the hair!!!! lmao!!
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Did you hate or like Burning Brides?

I listened to some songs of MMJ on that radio archives thing last night, I liked it.
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Saw the Brides and MMJ last night, i was a bit dissapointed, although it wasnt the fault of either band. Tons of technical difficulties made the show kinda frustrating for everyone.
MMJ was a little harder than I expected, but then for the encore, the lead singer came back out and played like 6 songs aucoustic, that was excellent and a bit more of what I was expecting.
So, overall, good show, could have been better though.....

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