Posts by conchita67

    Enjoy all you lucky US-living friends! It'd be a miracle if I were able to make it back to NY for the August gigs.

    May 28, 2007 Vancouver BC CA GM Place
    Jun 06, 2007 Seattle WA US Key Arena
    Jun 09, 2007 Denver CO US Pepsi Center
    Jun 15, 2007 Las Vegas NV US MGM Grand Garden Arena
    Jun 16, 2007 Manchester TN US Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival
    Jun 18, 2007 Phoenix AZ US US Airways Arena
    Jun 26, 2007 Dallas TX US American Airlines Center
    Jun 30, 2007 New Orleans LA US New Orleans Arena
    Jul 02, 2007 St. Louis MO US Scottrade Center
    Jul 22, 2007 Toronto ON CA Air Canada Centre
    Jul 25, 2007 Montreal QC CA Bell Centre
    Jul 28, 2007 Boston MA US Fenway Park
    Aug 01, 2007 New York City NY US Madison Square Garden
    Aug 03, 2007 New York City NY US Madison Square Garden

    . I am bothered that just because you are an entertainer or from Hollywood - that it means you automatically know all about politics or running a country.

    Granted, they probably know about running a country as much as you or I would know. The real problem is, does the person who is acutally running the country know how to do it?

    Don't care for the Dixie Chics (at all) They don't even write thier own music..

    Don't mean to go off topic but like them or not, I'm glad they won because it proves that in a free country it is your sacrosanct right to say what you want without being ostracized. I know many people will read all sorts of political statements into this or say that they got lucky cause they were riding high in a climate of anti-Bush sentiment but if music can serve to prompt people to think differently, so be it.


    I'm rooting for RHCP and Dixie Chicks...not out of bias but because it's about flippin' time good music won grammys! I like Gnarls Barkley, Mary J Blige(adore her), Corinne Bailey Ray, John Legend, and many others nominated and wish them well too....but if the drowning cat known as James Blunt wins anything, Justin Timberlake gets away with Album of the Year, and the Black Eyed Peas get rewarded for their "music" it will be pure travesty!

    Here's how it works:

    1. Open your music library (Amarok, iTunes, Winamp, Media Player, iPod, etc)

    2. Put it on shuffle

    3. For every question, type the song that's playing.

    Don't lie and try to pretend your cool...just type in the answers and share the results!

    My results were funny....and spooky!

    Opening Credits: Ain't No Woman Like The One I Got - The O'Jays

    Waking Up: Jungle Boogie - Kool and The Gang

    First Day At School: She - Elvis Costello

    Falling In Love: You Belong To Me - Carly Simon

    Losing Virginity: Baby Come To Me - Patti Austin & James Ingram

    Fight Song: We'll Never Have To Say Goodbye - England Dan & John Ford Coley

    Breaking Up: You Make Me So Very Happy - Blood, Sweat&Tears

    Prom: Sharing The Night Together - Dr. Hook

    Life: Emotions - Samantha Sang

    Mental Breakdown: So Into You - Atlanta Rhythm Section

    Driving: Daydream Believer - The Monkees

    Flashback: Can We Try - Teddy Pendergrass

    Getting Back Together: You'll Never Find - Lou Rawls

    Wedding: Being With You - Smokey Robinson

    Birth of Child: Summer Breeze - Seals & Crofts

    Final Battle: My Cherie Amour - Stevie Wonder

    Death Scene: Copacabana - Barry Manilow

    Funeral Song: You Are Everything - Marvin Gaye & Diana Ross

    End Credits: I Just Want To Be Your Everything - Andy Gibb

    Glad you had such a great time David....but with the RHCP you can expect no less. I saw them twice last year and I am looking forward to seeing them again this year.

    I know exactly what you mean by the jams. They are my most anticipated moments of the gig (along with John's solo) cause you never know what they are going to be like.

    Apparently it won't be the Chilis, they've offered to play the festival for free, but Michael Eavis in his infinite wisdom has turned them down because he doesn't want any 'heavy metal' (his words) bands playing Glastonbury. Apparently only 14-year-old boys listen to the RHCP...

    14 year old boys...and their 40 year old teachers who wouldn't be caught dead listening to Pete Doherty and all his cliche' bullshit!

    This has got to be the best laugh I've had today! :lol: :lol: :lol:

    To Conchita: Anyone who comes from New York, Lives in Sicily and liked Courageous Cat and Minute Mouse gets my vote. Pete is one lucky sonafagun!!

    Hey Frank...guess what I'm getting on dvd as a belated Christmas gift? Yep.....the whole series!

    Hope you had a great one and have a happy New Year! xoxoxoxoxo

    I do hope I get the ipod I've hinted at...failing that, I'll settle for gift certificates for books and skincare products.

    Oh, and if someone(and you know who you are ;) !) happens to be reading this...a beginner's bass guitar would be nice! :D