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Old 01-20-2007, 04:04 AM   #211
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I wonder if redkat will read this in the morning... It appears The Pogues are playing the Roseland Ballroom in NYC on St. Patty's Day. Tickets go on sale Saturday morning at 10:00am EST

and though I know nothing of Muse - they will be playing the Great Western Forum in Los Angeles on 4/10

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Why ... that smiley guy? Pogues vs U2 cover band? You're going to be in the City anyway. Actually, you could probably do both.

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I don't think I can do both Plus I've seen them twice this year and the tickets aren't cheap. There are always some available last minute at the box office


They are playing on the 14th too, not that I'll be there but you could go.
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Not many of you will care about this, but, today I not only go to the UCLA/Arizona basketball game....but, I get to meet Coach Wooden before the game, the guy I'm going to the game with is a good friend and works with me, and knows the SID at UCLA, so, yeah. I'm excited. After the game? Yeah, back to my world of insanity....might watch 2 DVDs tonight, I'm just not sure how hard I'm willing to push my lifestyle. Actually, I do have an option or two for tonight but likely will choose neither. Tomorrow is football. Who exactly am I typing this to right now? Am I typing just to hear myself type.
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I just got 4 tix for St. Patricks. Probably end up reselling them, but who knows? I've never seen them.

Shane is singing, right?

NSW - John Wooden? That guy still coaches? He's gotta be like 107 years old.
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He does not coach, and he is in his late 80's, I think. He merely attends all the home games and such. I normally don't care about meeting players or coaches, because it comes with the job and such, and they're just people....but Coach Wooden is a little different for me, and so I'm looking forward to it.
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That's reallly cool nsw I know people with money on that game, of course they have money on all the games

beav here is the forum I go to http://www.pogues.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=24

I couldn't find anything specific. Since Shane was well enough to tour a few months ago I'm pretty sure it's still him.
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Well this is a good sign that they're all working together

The Pogues Might Return With New Album This Year
Tuesday January 16, 2007 @ 10:30 AM
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The Pogues have done a series of brief reunion shows in Britain and North America in recent years, but expect to see some new material from the Celtic rock band on the horizon. According to an interview posted on lead singer Shane MacGowan's website, there's talk of the group hitting the studio again.

"I'm better than ever, and so is everyone actually, and that's old age," MacGowan says. "But I will be doing my own stuff with various remnants of The Popes and there will be some new Pogues stuff coming out, but at the moment the only definite thing is that The Pogues are playing live."

MacGowan says there's a backlog of Pogues material that hasn't been released and he believes that "new material could easily be done."

The Pogues released their last album, Pogue Mahone, in 1996. Their last album with MacGowan at the helm was 1990's Hell's Ditch. In recent years the band have seen some of their back catalogue reissued and various compilations released. Rhino put out the first five studio albums in expanded versions last September.

MacGowan, who turns 50 this year, also commented on the demise of The Popes, his supporting cast for a few of his post-Pogues albums — including his 1995 debut, The Snake. The Popes founding member and banjo player Tommy MacManaman passed away in December.

"He was undoubtedly one of the nicest guys, he was always brilliant, but there was a high emotional price to pay, that sort of genius comes with a price, and he drank too much basically," MacGowan (who's well-known for his own prodigious alcohol intake) says of MacManaman. "Tommy took a sabbatical, to try and get healthy, cause the last thing I wanted was for another person to die, for the sake of us playing gigs."
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Kat, my gambling days are long behind me, but, like you, I know some folks with some $$$ on the game....and I know alumni from both schools that will be glued to their TVs today...I have to text like 10 people to let them know where I'm sitting, some will be there, some will look for me on TV.
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I thought you were drunk posting this morning

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Kat, my gambling days are long behind me, but, like you, I know some folks with some $$$ on the game....and I know alumni from both schools that will be glued to their TVs today...I have to text like 10 people to let them know where I'm sitting, some will be there, some will look for me on TV.
Same here Arizona has a lot of alumni out here. I've never bet on sports that part of vegas intimidates me
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We used to be on sports a lot in Vegas....bet a game, then watch it, kept us from losing too much at the felt....but, now, I maybe make some futures bets now and then, but that's about it.....I'm pretty jealous that you're off to Vegas next weekend, it has been about 8 months since I've been....I have the itch.
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