[Powderworks] I haven't been able to read all the recent post s so I'm not sure whether this has been brought up bu
Thu, 20 Jun 2002 09:51:23 +1000
I have only seen them once or twice, hell im happy with any gig, especially
looking forward to hearing them in a stadium again "LOUD"
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tari, Vince" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "'Lane, Andrew'" <Andrew.Lane@experko.chh.com>; "Travis Zanoni"
Sent: Wednesday, June 19, 2002 6:41 PM
Subject: RE: [Powderworks] I haven't been able to read all the recent post s
so I'm not sure whether this has been brought up bu
> > trav, you beat me too it. by coincidence i am also out of the
> > country very
> > soon until early October. i initially was disappointed given
> > i was not sure
> > if i would make it back in time. but you know what? i
> > couldnt give a shit.
> > what the hell are the oils doing playing at colonial stadium with
> > nickleback? i too havent missed an oils show in melbourne
> > since 1987, but
> > this is when i will be happy to miss. bring on more forum gigs!
> > Andrew Lane
> This situation smacks of the now infamous Great Australian Bite tour with
> INXS, which they thankfully pulled the pin on.
> IMHO, It just doesn't seem like the right mix of bands for the Oils to be
> involved with. I'd much prefer them to play at festivals with a bit more
> credibility, such as Homebake, Livid or Splendour in the Grass. And they
> wouldn't be the first bunch of 40-somethings playing at such gigs.....eg.
> New Order, Sonic Youth....it would also be a good opportunity to win over
> some new young fans, as opposed to the Triple M crowd who probably like
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