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Thursday, June 25, 2009

Justin Kennedy talks about The Cure

Justin Kennedy (Army Navy) talked with OC Weekly about seeing the Cure's Troubadour show. (Thanks Heron)

15 comments:

  1. This is the show I would have loved to have seen.....

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  2. Too bad it was a hits show. I saw them at the american legion hall a while back that only seated 800 and it was a hits show as well. Cool, but not the deep dark Cure many want to see. Performing songs like siamese twins, dressing up, or faith could have made the troub's show one to beat.

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  3. On that scale TCC2 91 is the show i would have LOVED to see,c'est la vie!

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  4. A bit of unrelated news, Michael Jackson, The King of Pop died of a cardiac arrest last night. He influenced all musicians in some way, shape or form. May he rest in peace.

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  6. It was the first time they played a lot of 4:13 Dream live in the U.S.

    I was at the Troubadour on Tues for Dinosaur Jr and was so sad before the show started. I don't care what The Cure played for FREE that night for well over 2 hours - nothing can compare to the intimacy of the show.

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  7. Hey Justin, I got you "POP" songs right here.

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  8. Sounds like it was an amazing show, wish I would have went.

    oh wait! I did!

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  9. Thank you!
    Don't know why but I like to read show reviews =)

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  10. weird how he seems to think on hit after another is a good thing...

    i would have gone anyway since i would die for the chance to see them live :)

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  11. but who the hell is Army Navy ???!!!

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  12. troubador show was fantastic, even though it was a lot of hits it was well worth spending the night in a car across the street from the venue lol

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  13. Well, if Sara says so, then i'm sold. Now I wish I could have went. Although, hanging out with Robert was cool, even if he wasn't singing :). And long live Michael Jackson

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  14. Just to let you know; The King of Pop, Micheal Jackson died of a heart attack yesterday. We will miss him. That is all.

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