Tuesday, 18 August 2009

Jethro Tull & Saori Jo in Nuremberg

Yep, the legend goes on and on and on .... this slogan of Jethro Tull's 40th Anniversary Tour is definitely true. They are just not getting tired of rocking every stage they're stepping on. The gig in Nuremberg on Sunday was one of the best gigs I've ever been on, great sound, great arrangements, great atmosphere! They just know their stuff, not like today's wannabe-rockstar-plastic-bands, who have good sound engeneers but no talent and feel great when a bunch of underaged teenage chicks keeps dangling after them.....
But Jethro Tull were not the only highlights of this evening; they were supported by the young French artist Saori Jo. I'm sure that her vigorous voice could raise a storm out of the blue; really impressive and sounding like Krezip's former singer Jacqueline Govaert and even a bit like Tina Turner. She wowed the audiece imediately and earned a lot of applause.
I'm a little bit ashamed, that I haven't known Mrs Jo before! If you'd like to get some more info about her check out Saori Jo on MySpace, enjoy the tunes!!

Monday, 3 August 2009

Anne's Saw of the Day

"The song "Fire In The Disco" was not performed by the White Stripes! This masterpiece is from the Electric Six published in 2003. And oh, by the way, this title is called "Danger! High Voltage"...
Still, when you think about it, it would be nice to know how the White Stripes would interpret it, wouldn't it?"