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Re: “LIVE REVIEW: Kings of Leon

Also, If I wanted a performance and stage presence I'd pay out of the ass to see Britney Spears dance around half naked while lip-synching her 'songs'

I wanted MUSIC and the Kings of Leon how they truely are, and I got it.

Posted by sarahrose on May 13, 2009 at 11:41 AM

Re: “LIVE REVIEW: Kings of Leon

Ouch. I was there and the show was great. Who cares what people were wearing. I was at the barricade at the front and could not care less what people behind me were doing. Their stage presence was fine, I'm not looking for fancy footwork or intriguing dance moves, I was there to hear a great band perform their great songs, live. Nathan and Caleb came out afterwards to sign stuff for the waiting fans and, just as they seemed on stage, were grateful and appeared truely happy to be there. I've loved this band since I first saw them at the Music Farm in 2005 and I know what I get with them. They have grown musically and performance wise since their beginning days and will continue to do so. They never put out the same album, so maybe you'll hop back on the band wagon when their next album isn't so mainstream, polo-wearing 'pop.' As Jared said in the Orlando Sentinel, "We didn't want to hold ourselves back by sticking to this indie genre, to dumb down the sound to keep these Urban Outfitter fans."

Posted by sarahrose on May 13, 2009 at 9:21 AM

Re: “Kings of Leon fine tunes the vibes and takes risks

I think their last show was in 2005 (october at music farm) but i could be wrong.

i've been waiting ever since music farm to see them again, and i'm absolutely ecstatic about this sunday. i know it'll be a great show!

Posted by sarahrose on May 6, 2009 at 6:16 AM
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