View Full Version : Festi line up
03-16-2005, 10:11 PM
This Festival's line up is HOT HOT are you kidding me? If anyone saw the promising show of Umphree's this past Langerado in FL it was soooo hot!! I'm waiting for what they will deliever at Kansas! AND STRING CHEESE IS GONNA ROCK THE HOUES ARE YOU KIDDIN ME? This is'll be a fabulous first trip out to the WEST FOR ME I can't wait to JaM n BoOoGie til I faint :shock:
03-17-2005, 01:44 PM
Im with u groovin. I cant wait to see cheese again. same goes with umphrys, but im really excited for sts9 ive never seen them live. I hope that some of the less known bands..or at least bands i havennt heard can find there way into my cd collection. ill be sharing the groove with u out there.
03-17-2005, 02:09 PM
Right on, good to feel some CHEESE LOVE!! I'm stoked to see Umprey's and STS9 also, I'm lucky enough to get to see them both in my home town of Tulsa, Ok before Waka!! LET THERE BE SONGS TO FILL THE AIR!
03-17-2005, 02:45 PM
Yeah I have never seen STS9 I am SO excited about seeing them!! KELLER WILLIAMS was sooo ****in good at Langerado this past weekend. He's from my homestate and I've seen him well of 10 times now, but the last 2 times I've seen him he's play a whole lot more piano and in Langerado he played Terrapin Station ballad on the piano and the whoel crowd was silent and listened, it was amazing!! Even though i've seen him so many times, it was a reminder that he is THE ****. 8)
CaN't WaIt FoR WaKaRuUSaAa!!!! :D
03-17-2005, 02:54 PM
YEAH i saw him at The riv in chicago on the 5th and he played terrapin. wow. He actually played alot of grateful dead....eyes of the world/ st stephen. but the best really he played breathe and all the time jellyfish were swimming in the eyes above his head until finally he came out \"my brain is....\" and only did that line then moved on into so many more songs and back to breathe. it blew my mind. Really though he is using the piano alot more that in the past. i think thats awesome keys rule.....the only thing that bothers me is that now hes not playing bongos or djembes its all down to his electric even though that thing is amazing
03-17-2005, 03:02 PM
Yes, you are right, less percussion has been goin on the last few shows I've seen, good point. But i think he is prooving to everyone he is the master, I mean what can that man NOT play?? Not only is he a talent musician, but he is more of a story teller, if you watch the way he prances aroudn the stage, he has an idea in his head before he begins the song. Its like building together a musical story puzzle? I dunno, he tripps me outttt, props to Kellerrrr
ITS SNOWING IN VIRGINIA now DAMN when will SPRING be here? not much of a Spring BREAK for mee watchin the snow cover the groundddd :x
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