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Beitrag von MansizeRooster » Di Feb 07, 2006 6:54 pm

ich war bei orenda fink und mayday, ganz großes kino, besonders von orenda fink, der einen hälfte von azure ray...

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Beitrag von Hydro Meteor » Mi Jan 23, 2008 4:43 pm

musik und der rest - zum lesen - unter www

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Beitrag von matthias » Mi Jan 23, 2008 4:47 pm

Morgen breche ich aus, ganz bestimmt.

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Beitrag von Verena » Fr Jul 24, 2009 9:51 pm

find grad nicht den bright eyes thread, also hier:

Monsters Of Folk To Tour...Cheer Accordingly
Today at 6:32pm
Monsters of Folk:

10-13 Vancouver, British Columbia - Orpheum
10-14 Portland, OR - Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
10-15 Seattle, WA - Paramount Theatre
10-17 Oakland, CA - Fox Theater
10-18 Los Angeles, CA - The Greek Theater
10-20 San Diego, CA - Spreckels Theatre
10-21 Phoenix, AZ - Orpheum Theater
10-22 Santa Barbara, CA - Santa Barbara Bowl
10-28 Omaha, NE - Holland Center
10-29 Minneapolis, MN - Orpheum Theatre
10-30 Chicago, IL - Auditorium Theatre
10-31 Louisville, KY - Louisville Palace Theatre
11-02 Toronto, Ontario - Massey Hall
11-03 Boston, MA - The Orpheum
11-06 New York, NY - United Palace
11-08 New York, NY - Beacon Theater
11-09 Philadelphia, PA - Academy of Music
11-12 Stockholm, Sweden - Philadelphia Church
11-14 Berlin, Germany - Huxleys
11-15 Copenhagen, Denmark - Vega
11-17 London, England - Troxy
11-18 Paris, France - Elysee Montmartre
11-19 Koln, Germany - E-Werk
11-21 The Hague, Netherlands - Crossing Border
11-22 Antwerp, Belgium - Crossing Border
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A Sad Day For Bright Eyes Fans
Wed at 9:15pm
"It does feel like it needs to stop at some point. I'd like to clean it up, lock the door, say goodbye." That's what Conor Oberst told Rolling Stone last month, talking about his musical moniker Bright Eyes.

Now, Oberst's hometown paper, The Omaha World-Herald, reports that Oberst plans to retire the Bright Eyes name after one more album.

Robb Nansel, the president of Bright Eyes' label, Saddle Creek, told the World-Herald, "I think he feels like Bright Eyes has a certain association, for better or worse. I think he's trying to distance himself a little bit from what that means to people." Nansel said that Oberst plans to record the album during the first half of next year, with a projected fall 2010 release date. So get those "The Calendar Hung Itself" live requests in ASAP.
Of course, Oberst is keeping busy no matter what name he chooses to go by. For the remainder of this year, he'll devote his time to Monsters of Folk, his supergroup with M. Ward, Jim James, and Mike Mogis. That group's debut album is out September 22 via Shangri-La in North America, Rough Trade in Europe, Spunk in Australia, and P-Vine in Japan. You can download a track from the record called "Say Please" at the Monsters of Folk website. He's also on the road with his Mystic Valley Band right now.

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bye bye bright eyes...