Saturday, February 07, 2009
The rattling of old bolts and chains that held your heart in
Razorlight played the Troubadour on Tuesday, February 3, 2009. The last time I saw them was two years ago at the El Rey. (See past post here, and yes, I really used to hold back on posting my photos, but now I don't, so there.) I got the day off from work because I wanted to make sure I got a good spot at the show. Yes, even if it was the Troubadour. We got there, and for the first time in my life, we were the first ones in line! How does that happen? Then after about half an hour later, Johnny Borrell appeared! I'm a dork. I was really scared to approach him, but I thought, now or never. He was super cool and sweet. He even let me take a picture of him. The show was great. I just really enjoyed the show. Something about watching an amazing band in such a small intimate setting is just so magical and special to me. Did a lot of gazing and dancing. They sang my favorites like "America", and "Vice". The band also played awesome new material. New album "Slipway Fires" drops March 10.
Posted by Youngest Indie at 1:06 PM
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sweet, i freaking love razorlight.ReplyDelete
haven't been to a concert in ages, this reminds me why I love them!ReplyDelete
MAN THEY'RE HOT! I admire your selfpreservation. In your seat I would probably have a moment on weakness and accidentaly rape one of them. Grr!ReplyDelete
I was an obses fan of razorlight, after lisining to the 3rd album it made me like the 2nd one soo much more. I still like them lots. ashame i live in NZ way too small for them to come by.ReplyDelete
Sounds like you had a great time.ReplyDelete
Could we see that pic you took of him?
Cheers and thanks for letting me use your photos for my site.