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Spoon Tour Dates

Posted: Wed Feb 12, 2003 2:25 pm
by D. Phillips
Spoon on Tour
All shows with CROOKED FINGERS

03.28 * Nashville, TN * Vanderbilt Univ. Alumni Hall
03.29 * Bloomington, IN * Vertigo
03.30 * Chicago, IL * The Abbey (18+)
03.31 * Chicago, IL * The Abbey (21+)
04.01 * Detroit, MI * Magic Stick
04.02 * Granville, OH * Dennison University
04.03 * Lexington, KY * The Artsplace
04.04 * Newport, KY * Southgate House
04.05 * Pittsburgh, PA * Carnegie Mellon University
04.06 * Philadelphia, PA * UPENN Rotunda
04.07 * Prividence, RI * Met Cafe
04.08 * Cambridge, MA * Middle East
04.09 * New York, NY * Irving Plaza
04.11 * Baltimore, MD * Otto Bar
04.12 * Carrborro, NC * Cat's Cradle
04.13 * Atlanta, GA * TBA

The Spoons

Posted: Wed Feb 19, 2003 2:52 pm
by Barabajagal
I intend to catch the Abbey Pub Chi-town shows.

Anyone ever catch Spoon live before? I seem to hear mixed reviews, and I can't imagine why.

Posted: Wed Mar 19, 2003 10:18 pm
by Charli
I saw them at the double door night before thanks in 2001 and they rocked my socks off.

They were amazing! I had just started getting into Girls can Tell at the time and I was very pleased with what I saw.

I'll be at the show on the 30th. Hope I have the same experience.


Posted: Tue Aug 19, 2003 12:34 am
by Erica C.
I saw them in March at the Vanderbuilt Campus in Nashville. It was a really small crowd so you could see them really well. They played almost everything from Kill the Moonlight and even some from Girls Can Tell. Plus, the show was free. If they ever come near you, definately worth seeing.

Posted: Tue Aug 19, 2003 10:27 am
by D. Phillips
I saw the Spoon at the Abbey last spring. Excellent show. I've heard mixed reveiws as well but my experience was great. Excellent sound, good stage banter, hot indie chicks abound...what more do you need?

Posted: Tue Aug 19, 2003 4:26 pm
by Charli
Which one were you at derek? I was at the show where they lost two keyboards that night. Well, one of the opening bands screwed up one of em, and the second one blew not long after they took the stage.

Anyways, i didn't get to stay the whole show that much I remember. But yeah it was great.

And I found myself standing in front of Jim Derogatis at one point and before I could utter a word, my friend yanked me away very quickly(she did this knowing that the word I may uttter was probably not going to be a nice one as I don't like the man too much).

Ahh spoon memories..

Posted: Tue Aug 19, 2003 4:44 pm
by D. Phillips
That wasn't the show I saw. Everything went off without a hitch when I saw them. Though the Abbey was hot as hell and packed to the gills. That is not my favorite place to see a show, to say the least.