Where are the pictures from the last show? You guys need a "street team"....people in the crowd who can take pictures from an outside point of view. You would have so many awesome pictures of the band and the stuff that goes on out in the crowd while you are playing.
Think about it. You guys are simply a good time! All of it should be documented everytime!
You guys are awesome! You already have countless numbers of groupies and when you play Baltimore, I'm proud to say I'm one of them! I haven't heard these songs played so well since the original bands played them! You guys need to record a cd, I've bought imitation bands who play cover songs of the eighties and they can't touch your talent! Your last show at Rams Head rocked! I got to meet the band members and their down-to-earth personalities make it worth while to follow where they go! I love you guys! You need to play in Baltimore MORE! Rock on!
where have you been all my life?
It's been nearly a month since I first saw you in Baltimore, and I can't get you out of my head. Seriously, I can't stop thinking about you! You are the best band I have ever seen. Period. I'm counting down the days till I can see you again at the State...
You made me feel shiny and new
Like a virgin, touched for the very first time
flock of seagulls, baby
ok, thanks much for finally playin i ran at rams head! its a shame i moved back to australia for the rest of the year and didnt get to see it! my sister videod it for me!! yeah, you know who this is...... we love your mullet!!!!!!
Two days in May
Sadly, we missed the no-joke April Fools' Baltimore show, but heard the crowd was MUCH larger than last time and pumped to the max.
That means word of mouth is spreading up and down the East Coast, and means the twin shows at the State Theater May 20 and 21 could be a homestand to remember!
The last State show featured a fist of new songs, including the Go-Gos 'Head Over Heels' and an electrifying finale of 'Welcome to the Jungle' and 'Shot Through the Heart.'
Can't wait for the State!
'Shot through the heart, and you're to blame. You give love ... a bad name!'
I hope you guys are around when I get married cause I want you to play at my wedding!!! I had so much fun at your balt show! can't wait till VA...
Can't wait to see you @ the rams head tonight, my old lady has been jonsin for you to rock out LIVE!!!!
keep it real
code name marcdank
CRU----Gordo... I MISS U GUYS!! havent seen u since 84 backstage at whitesnake in Italy.
i still have one of your pairs of underwear!! not sure which....
we gotta get it together soon....
rock out with yo cock out
The Legwarmers rocked the State yet again!!! Can't wait for two nights of Legwarmers Weekend in May!!
And I Feel Fine ...
If there's ever a Legwarmers tribute band -- say, the Legoz, 10 or 15 years from now -- try to see them the night they recreate 2.4.05, a State Theatre show that captures the very best of the band at their early 21st Century best.
The February show indeed was as tight as the band could be, even if the doors opened 40 minutes later than expected.
After a too-long time shifting from foot to foot and clapping our hands together on line in the cold of Lee Highway waiting for the doors to open, the chilled spirits of the crowd were immediately lifted with the surprise debut of the opener, Everybody Have Fun Tonight.
It was a night for guitars, thunderous drums, precision Leghorns, hypno-Reno on trance and the increasingly glam-rock twin powerhouses of Cyndi and Rikki handling everything from Pat Benatar's Love Is a Battlefield to another run at Salt n Pepa, this one even more street and saucy.
Other debuts included the riotous closers, Welcome to the Jungle -- incredible guitar shreds by Gordon -- and REM's It's The End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine). Chet needed lyric sheets for that one, but the crowd needed no prompting to dance as if the world truly WAS coming to an end in a few minutes.
We saw at least one Legwarmer parent pressed close to the stage, dancing her night away, another indication that this band is for the ages -- all ages!
And now another show just TWO DAYS AWAY. Be there!
"World serves its own needs, listen to your heart bleed
"Dummy with the rapture, and the revered and the right, right
"You vitriolic, patriotic, slam, fight, bright light, feeling pretty psyched.
"It's the end of the world as we know it.
"It's the end of the world as we know it.
"It's the end of the world as we know it ... and I feel fine."
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