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For those of you who know, what time does Vienna start playing at the side stage? According to the Alltel Pavillion website, the concert starts at 8 pm and I didn't know if that included the opener, and then Carole King performs later or if it meant that the openers play before 8 and Carole starts h...
- Fri Mar 11, 2005 4:40 am
- Forum: Other Fine Cuisine
- Topic: Kyler CDs on sale at CD Baby
- Replies: 16
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For a search of Kyler's $5 special CDs at Cdbaby..you could click on the five dollar special link....then click on Pop, then 90's pop...then do a search of about 90 CDs ..which is a whole faster then looking through about 600 CD's.
- Wed Feb 16, 2005 9:00 pm
- Forum: The Cafe
- Topic: Q&A with Vienna, February 2005
- Replies: 93
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Hello Vienna, Thank you for opening up yourself to the Q & A forum...we really do appreciate it. It seems like a group of your favourite fans(long distance friends?) having coffee together in a quaint little coffeehouse sitting in plush comfortable chairs, and taking in of aromatic smells of coffee ...
- Sat Feb 12, 2005 8:50 pm
- Forum: Vienna's Kitchen
- Topic: Favorite "Cover" Song Poll
- Replies: 9
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This was a hard decision, as I could have chosen Brian Webb's 'leaving atlanta' or Kyler's ' Higher ground'. On both songs, Vienna makes each song sound amazing in its own right w/o making it sound like 'something is missing'. Both covers are steller, imo.
While I was abroad in Australia, I listened to one of her songs on the Australian radio and I really liked it. So the next day, I went out and bought one of her CDs. Growing up she played in a band, consisting of her brother and parents around Australia. And she toured with Emmy Lou Harris in Oz and...
If you look at cdbaby.com, you can order his CD of Broken Folk as well as other CD named Live. I really like the Broken Folk CD, and it has some outstanding customer reviews on the cdbaby website.
Paul, Just wanted to give some suggestions for your trip: 1) you might not be aware of this, but the British drive on the opposite side of the road than people in the States,(ie...driving on the left side of the road, and the steering wheel is where the passenger seat normally is in American cars). ...
I lived in London for a while, and as said before the public transportation is very good(albeit a little crowded at peak time periods). Learning to navigate the Tube is pretty easy, as all the Tube lines are identified by a different colour and name. Riding the double decker bus is pretty fun too. I...