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Corinne Bailey Rae
Too Funny! Yes -I don't know half of the bands, but the ones I do know wouldn't be considered "Hard" Rock. But I'll bet it'd be a great show!
From Jay on Jamiroquai's Facebook page : http://www.facebook.com/pages/Jamiroquai/6220201117
Awwww Hells Yeah!
I'm so excited! Just booked tickets. Not sure if I'll be able to run to the front to meet everyone who can go as I'll have my husband and two kids in tow (15 and 12 so they should be ok) but I'll try!
Who is going?
This is too good to be real
They are finally performing at home
The British must really have a Jamiroquai drought most of the time, they are the first in world tours but then they go years and years without having a Jamiro gig.
And in recent years they have only played overseas.
Oh Stop Bragging!
I've never seen Jamiroquai live.
If they don't come close to my home, I probably never will see them!
I won't travel to Europe just to see them, too many obligations here.
almost therrrrrrrrre ^^<3 ah man my holidays starts sooner then real holiday weeks hahaha, badassssness ... Stevie! & JMQ ,...With new songs wiiiiiiiii crayness
The Hard Rock Calling website lists Jamiroquai as playing from 18.30 to 19.30...
Can't help but feel a little disappointed that we'll only get to hear them play for 1 hour. Having said that, I'm sure it will be one hell of a hour!!
here is the setlist and some more info about the album from funkin.com
(picture taken by David Rowe)
Jamiroquai at Hyde Park Calling
Added on Saturday 26 June 2010, 23:34 (BST)
On Saturday night Jamiroquai performed a storming set to warm-up a huge crowd at the Hard Rock Calling Festival at Hyde Park in central London. Performing for approximately one hour in advance of the main act, Stevie Wonder, the band played the following tracks:
When You Gonna Learn
If I Like It I Do It
Too Young To Die
At the start of the set Jay said that he didn't yet have a picture for the new album cover and wanted everyone in the crowd to be in it. He then turned round with his back to the crowd - posed for a cameraman and had the whole of Hyde Park behind him in the background screaming and cheering!
The weather was simply beautiful all day - hot and sunny - and the huge crowd were loving it. I was there armed with my camera so expect to see some photos at Jamiroquai.com in the coming days - but here's a little shot as a taster!
As he left the stage to make room for Stevie Wonder he said that the new album would be out in October...
i think jay looks like in the COTE video! so cool
more great pics here: http://www.gettyimages.com/Search/Searc ... Type=image
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