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7ciel 2nd July 2005 08:18 PM

We're opening for Lauryn Hill
 
In Paris, France. This Tuesday (5th of july).
Young soul singer who come by the name of Laure Milan.

THAT is some good newz.

recorderman 3rd July 2005 01:25 AM

Congratulations!



Break a leg!!


(i.e. Kick ASS!!!)



kfhkh

5down1up 3rd July 2005 04:11 AM

hittt hittt hittt

good luck & kick ass ... and wear a gearslutz shirt jkthtyrt

Jules 4th July 2005 04:24 PM

Great!

7ciel 11th July 2005 08:16 PM

Ok, Done.

We came as close as possible to a disaster, but eventuelly all went real good. I wish I had come to talk to the star but she seemed far from an happy mood.

Of course, they didn't let us balance, and only left us 2 side stage monitor for the lead, 2 backing singers and 2 guitars.
As usually, when big US artist come here, they didn"t quite behave. But thanks to the french production team and techniciens, everything ended pretty well.

Hard work but good memory.

The Alamo 12th July 2005 12:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 7ciel
Ok, Done.

We came as close as possible to a disaster, but eventuelly all went real good. I wish I had come to talk to the star but she seemed far from an happy mood.
Of course, they didn't let us balance, and only left us 2 side stage monitor for the lead, 2 backing singers and 2 guitars.
As usually, when big US artist come here, they didn"t quite behave. But thanks to the french production team and techniciens, everything ended pretty well.
Hard work but good memory.

Funny, cause 'Lauryn Hill' was probably the worst sounding concert I've ever heard. Also the longest soundcheck ever seen. Took em half the set to get their act together (both the band and the sound engineer).

grahluk 12th July 2005 05:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 7ciel
Ok, Done.

We came as close as possible to a disaster, but eventuelly all went real good. I wish I had come to talk to the star but she seemed far from an happy mood.

Of course, they didn't let us balance, and only left us 2 side stage monitor for the lead, 2 backing singers and 2 guitars.
As usually, when big US artist come here, they didn"t quite behave. But thanks to the french production team and techniciens, everything ended pretty well.

Hard work but good memory.

I'm familiar with the Hill camp. No surprise on the social and technical fronts there.