Saturday, July 31, 2010
I have a few books left over from my order today and sold a few already... These books are printed on premium paper and thicker than normal. I have a YOU PICK THREE sale going on today. The book for $55 shipped with a signed PAUL COKER, JR. postcard + two of the RARE DVDs of your choice including the following titles:
- KID POWER - WILLY McBEAN & HIS MAGIC MACHINE (1965) - 1964 RUDOLPH w/ commercials - 1967 RUDOLPH w/ commercials - THE SMOKEY THE BEAR SHOW - THE COMIC STRIP - THE MAD, MAD, MAD COMEDIANS - THE DAYDREAMER (1966) - THE TOMFOOLERY SHOW - THE LITTLE DRUMMER BOY, BOOK 2 + more
Friday, July 30, 2010
Thursday, July 29, 2010
We missed the first opening band but unfortunately caught the 2nd. The girl in the 2nd act sang about being a goof and closed with a Brittney Spears song and dance? The girls in the audience thought she was funny and applauded her music. Our group stared at each other in disbelief. Most of the audience in the Chicago Theatre were young girls holding one or two drinks in their hands. I don't have anything against girls with drinks in their hand, but this will give you an idea of the new audience for KEANE.
KEANE suffered from bad sound (Way too bassy and couldn't even make out what Tom was saying between songs), a horrible light show with blinding flashing lights about every 2 minutes, regardless of if it fit the song and an addition of a non-member bass player that was dancing around like his pants were on fire. The band's stage presence was all but gone. I saw the band at their first show on the HOPES AND FEARS tour at the RIVIERA and they had cool bands like THE REDWALLS open. What happened since then?