New Year's Eve/Birthday Party
Last night was my Birthday and of course also New Year's Eve. I'm glad that I was able to spend it rockin' out with friends at your show. Thank you for the Birthday shout out, very cool of you. We had a great time, as we always do. Thanks ~ Ev
Stuck in the 80's|
"Pressure" by Billy Joel
"Lunatic Fringe" by Red Rider
You guys rock!
After the Legwarmers...
Just saw them for the first time Saturday night 12-2-05. As John Lennon said after he heard Heartbreak Hotel, "that was the end for me". Just incredible and I'll be at every show in or around DC from here on out.
That was my first time experiencing THE BEST 80's cover band EVER! My sister and I both agreed! We will be following you! I live in Rockville, so I will be sure to keep up to date on your shows. LONG LIVE THE 80'S!! You all rocked last Saturday, INCREDIBLE SHOW!!
Great show on Saturday. I am now hooked and will see you soon.
I love the new Main picture. I can't wait to see you guys at the Ram's Head in October. You guys take my breath away!
If they can make it there...
Yes, there were Legwarmer fans who made the trek to Times Square Friday night for the band's New York City debut at B.B. King's trendy club.
And yes, we all held our breath as the band, billed as '80s retro' on the marquee, came out to strut their video star stuff.
And although the first few songs -- 'Let's Go Crazy,' 'I Wanna Be Sedated' and 'Material Girl' -- were all perfect and drew a fun reaction, there was a moment where it seemed that hey, this ain't Falls Church, ya know. This is the big time -- heck, Disney's Lion King is across the street -- and will this play on 42nd Street like it plays on Lee Highway?
I shouldn't have worried. By the time they finished '99 Red Balloons,' the crowd -- which grew through the evening -- was theirs. By the end, when Cru asked the shouting dance floor whether they wanted to hear Bon Jovi or Journey (Journey won), it could have been any Legwarmers' gig anywhere. New York clearly had been won.
The club was probably less than half-full, with maybe 50 or so hardcore fans and then maybe a couple hundred regular clubbers or walk-in dancers. By the end, this collection of stock analysts, government aides and models were shouting the words, hugging and dancing just like any night at the State.
If B.B. King's has them back -- and I can't imagine why not -- I would imagine the buzz would be so strong that the place could be full by the third gig. Even the bartenders and bouncers were smiling; this was special stuff. Not just some house band doing one 'you might remember.'
The Legwarmers kicked butt Friday night, right there in the ceneter of the universe and the band, if it follows up and hits the Big Apple again, could become even bigger than they imagine. It will be interesting to follow.
Only a few parents made it up there -- we told Cyndi that the Mammalian and the band's favorite photographer - were representing the moms and dads who usually bop to the beat at the State. (And wait'll you see some of Eileen's photos).
And even if Elton John didn't show -- heh -- we know he'd be a tiny dancer there somewhere. B.B. would be proud.
'Don't stop believin'...'
Anthony Michael Hall|
Why am I such a tremendous tool now?
I think you dislocated my face last show, because you rocked it so hard
Pat "sorry my mom didn't get knocked up earlier so I could have been a true child of the 80's" C|
Please continue to rock my face off
I've seen you guys about four times now and needless to say I've had a blast each time. Your shows are the only place were a popped collar does send me into a rage, not to mention I think I
No reason to be sad in DC
Just an FYI that the Ticket Booth is now open 12 Noon - 5 PM Mon-Fri and also 12 Noon - 11:30 PM on all show nights! The only problem is you need to get tickets early on so they don't sell out on you. The next show is September 9th. See you all there!
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