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 Post subject: SXSW - March 2008
PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2008 11:27 pm 
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Richard listed to play at SXSW this year -



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 Post subject: Re: SXSW - March 2008
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If anyone is interested now RH is not playing, there is a BBC blog and I think you can listen to odd bits and bobs from the festival here.........



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Just got back this morning & I'm lost for words, the OH & I must've seen 50 odd acts over the 4 days & nights of the festival, despite NOT registering! (we didn't manage to get to see REM or Van Morrison). I'm lost for words to describe the amount of talent on display..All that was missing was our Richard! :wink:

The Highlights were: Martha Wainwright, a local (Austin) lass called Carolyn Wonderland, The Noisettes, British Sea Power & and a fantastic night at the Continental Club on S. Congress featuring a load of acts from New Orleans, including an amazing old bluesman called Little Freddie King. We did manage to get to see Duffy @ Stubbs BBQ (frankly a bit ordinary, compared to the talent on display elsewhere throughout the city) & we caught the end of the Lemonheads set @ Emo's.

The real joys of the festival were the people (so friendly) & the whole vibe of the place.

We'll definately be back again next year. Hopefully you'll be there too Richard.


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