kellysouthpaw wrote:I loved that little red one so much
I can't believe it's gone.
I feel like we should have a moment of silence or something...
Nancy wrote:So be it, hopefully he'll regain strength soon, but I have to say I saw absolutely no sign of him not feeling well (okay, one small brow wipe Wed) - shows what a true pro he really is. Vocally everything was there, no alternate notes either night, just 100% from both guys. And if they have to give up a few meet and greets along the way to stay healthy and continue to do high quality shows, I say more power to them, we're behind you all the way, guys.
I'd love to know what that song was. Jemaine's voice was gorgeous. I wish we could have heard more.Nancy Hillner wrote:I forgot to mention this before we all split up: Does anyone who was there know the song that Jemaine sang alone (about the e-mail breakup) as the technical difficulties during Bret's "Dicks" destruction were being ironed out? I don't think I'd ever heard it before, but I would have liked to have heard the whole song. Anybody got any idea what it could have been?
Aw poop. As if turns out I saw Kelly, she was near me outside but I didn't know it was her until I saw her pic today.chickenkarma wrote:I got a text from a friend and they met the guys.
It was fast and there were only about 10 people
mockingbird wrote:I'm still mourning the loss of Little Red. (Though my delight at Turnip's description of "going Pete Townsend on a zygotic piano" is helping to ease the pain. )
I have to say, I admire how philosophical you ladies are being about the whole meet and greet thing. For myself, I will be extremely disappointed if they don't come out to see us after the Portland show. However, with you ladies as my role models I will attempt to bravely soldier on.
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