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Thread started 08/06/07 1:41pm

SquirrelMeat

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Aftershow Guest Performance list

Ok Guessing game time. Based on known facts, strong rumours and hearsay list here or on Housequake, we've still got some gaps to fill in!

Seems likely we've got Killa Kela, Nikka Costa, Mya and Beverley Knight to fit in at some point. Could Prince play the ones in between, or is it all Disco!?

1/8 = Prince & The Band
3/8 = Dr John
4/8 = Nikka Costa
7/8 = Grupo Fantasma
10/8= Beverley Knight Confirmed Prince NOT scheduled to perform. And then he performed! Work that out!
11/8= No show. 3121 report Prince is due to perform, then he never shows. No live music.
14/8= Beverley Knight Prince also puts in blinding performance.
17/8= Mya and the NPG house band.
18/8= Prince & The band.
24/8= Common and Prince & The Band.
25/8= NPG House band
28/8= Prince and the band (sounds like the best show yet!)
31/8= NPG House Band.
1/9 = Prince and the band.
6/9 = Beverley Knight?
9/9 = Beverley Knight?
12/9= Q Awards party- Aftershow expected according to Q. Beverley not booked.
13/9= Beverley Knight?
16/9= Beverley Knight?
20/9= Unknown. 3121 suggest Prince will not perform.
21/9= End of tour. Prince and the Band??
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Reply #1 posted 08/06/07 1:46pm

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And Amy Winehouse in there somewhere? ooo ooo she could come on and start.. then out of no where you hear him singing .. 'where is he, where is he?' ... then he appears out her Bee Hive ! CLASS.

21/09 ... please please please please let it be P and the Band please please please please
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Reply #2 posted 08/06/07 1:48pm

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I doubt very much we'll get Amy playing such a small venue! Would be good though.
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Reply #3 posted 08/06/07 1:50pm

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SquirrelMeat said:

I doubt very much we'll get Amy playing such a small venue! Would be good though.


True - she needs a big stage - more room to stagger without falling off. Love her.

Actually given how alcohol has possibly soured things so far - he may not want Wino to perform
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Reply #4 posted 08/06/07 1:59pm

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I want Morris and The Time on Sept 9th!!!
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Reply #5 posted 08/06/07 2:02pm

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I want Morris and The Time on Sept 9th!!!


'Hold on, hold on, why you all beatin on shit? What's that name? Do y'all want to learn a new Dance?'

WAAAAHHHHH
He was right - a new name does feel mighty fine....now for some fun - MWA HA HA HA
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Reply #6 posted 08/07/07 1:40am

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If Prince was to simply publish the list, we could avoid all this crap over what the aftershows will contain.

Does that seem to sensible???
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Reply #7 posted 08/07/07 1:54am

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SquirrelMeat said:

If Prince was to simply publish the list, we could avoid all this crap over what the aftershows will contain.

Does that seem to sensible???
But then everyone will know where they stand. That's hardly what being a Prince fan is about. lol
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Reply #8 posted 08/07/07 1:57am

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TheEnglishGent said:

SquirrelMeat said:

If Prince was to simply publish the list, we could avoid all this crap over what the aftershows will contain.

Does that seem to sensible???
But then everyone will know where they stand. That's hardly what being a Prince fan is about. lol


Thats true.

Where would we be if we didn't have a bunch of fans complaining about the stitch up, and a bunch of sheep claiming we should all be grateful our lord Prince even shows up!

That fact is, Prince is creating the problem in the first place!

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Reply #9 posted 08/07/07 1:58am

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There was a big sign up outside the Indigo which listed a whole host of people playing over several months.

Jools Holland played there some time ago, Joss Stone was also on the bill for sometime in July I think, and Dr John were listed for 3rd August. There are also a few more for coming dates that have now been sold as "Prince - the official aftershow" so we can expect a non-exclusive performance for at least some of these nights.

And just to point out that this makes it clear Dr John was not a replacement that was wheeled out to replace Prince, this band was planned to play a long time before according to the posters which listed upcoming events back as far as June.
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Reply #10 posted 08/07/07 2:18am

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themellowone said:

There was a big sign up outside the Indigo which listed a whole host of people playing over several months.

Jools Holland played there some time ago, Joss Stone was also on the bill for sometime in July I think, and Dr John were listed for 3rd August. There are also a few more for coming dates that have now been sold as "Prince - the official aftershow" so we can expect a non-exclusive performance for at least some of these nights.

And just to point out that this makes it clear Dr John was not a replacement that was wheeled out to replace Prince, this band was planned to play a long time before according to the posters which listed upcoming events back as far as June.


You're mixing up the scheduled early evening performance with the 11.30pm Prince booking.

Dr John was booked to play Indigo2 months ago, at 8pm. Prince obviously hired him for a second show to fill a gap.
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Reply #11 posted 08/07/07 2:38am

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No fuckin' way! Chaka Kahn is due to play on the 31st!? Top Banana bananadance I like her! I can cope with only a 5 minute set from Prince as long as there's other cool stuff going on instead...
I'm not stopping. I haven't even taken my coat off

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Reply #12 posted 08/07/07 2:42am

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MrsGoodnight said:

No fuckin' way! Chaka Kahn is due to play on the 31st!? Top Banana bananadance I like her! I can cope with only a 5 minute set from Prince as long as there's other cool stuff going on instead...


A couple of people who say they saw the list said she was down for those days.

P will join her for sure I bet.
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Reply #13 posted 08/07/07 3:04am

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Chakha is amazing. I'd love to see her.

Also The Time would make a bloody GREAT Aftershow.

I know this is not going to be popular but Larry Graham would make a brilliant, funked-up Aftershow. Nobody plays bass as mean as that dude!

Plus with Larry on, you can more or less guarantee a Prince appearance. He simply won't be able to resist it.
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Reply #14 posted 08/07/07 4:18am

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wasn't it Larry Graham who got him into the whole Jehovas witness thing?
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Reply #15 posted 08/07/07 4:27am

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Reply #16 posted 08/07/07 5:21am

boomboomboom

MrsGoodnight said:

wasn't it Larry Graham who got him into the whole Jehovas witness thing?


Yes - that's why we don't like him.
He was right - a new name does feel mighty fine....now for some fun - MWA HA HA HA
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Reply #17 posted 08/07/07 5:43am

AWJ

Hi all just heard that Bill Oddie is doing a turn on the 24/25 apparently he is a real Prince fan as posted else ware on this forum and he is one mean Banjo player and is also well renowned for his bird calls so expect the unexpected!

He is currently in talks with Prince and it should be confirmed over the next couple of days!

Goodie Goodie Yum Yum!

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Reply #18 posted 08/07/07 5:47am

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kILLA kELA? Wow, my mate's cousin played strings (cello) on their track 'Secrets'. Hints of Erotic City in that one...
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Reply #19 posted 08/07/07 6:26am

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mrsquirrel said:

kILLA kELA? Wow, my mate's cousin played strings (cello) on their track 'Secrets'. Hints of Erotic City in that one...

Is you mates cousin in Elysian Quartet>?
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Reply #20 posted 08/07/07 6:26am

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boomboomboom said:

MrsGoodnight said:

wasn't it Larry Graham who got him into the whole Jehovas witness thing?


Yes - that's why we don't like him.


His religion doesn't discredit his bass playing which he is a legend for.

I've had personal experience with JW's, some of which was very painful, but that does not mean I decide 'not to like' a man because of his religion.

Also it is speculation that Larry got Prince 'into' Jehovah's Witnesses. He studied with him, yes, but I am sure Prince has a mind of his own and is an adult capable of making decisions about his future.

Arely do I read a Bass player magazine without some mention of Larry. He is a bass legend and innovator and breaks out the Funk. That's why I'd like to see him at an aftershow.

His religion is irrelevant, as is Prince's. I'm there for the music.


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Reply #21 posted 08/07/07 6:34am

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THE TIME ARE TO GUEST 1 NIGHT ONLY IVE BEEN TOLD HOW COOL WOULD THAT BE
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Reply #22 posted 08/07/07 6:50am

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OperatingThetan said:

boomboomboom said:



Yes - that's why we don't like him.


His religion doesn't discredit his bass playing which he is a legend for.

I've had personal experience with JW's, some of which was very painful, but that does not mean I decide 'not to like' a man because of his religion.

Also it is speculation that Larry got Prince 'into' Jehovah's Witnesses. He studied with him, yes, but I am sure Prince has a mind of his own and is an adult capable of making decisions about his future.

Arely do I read a Bass player magazine without some mention of Larry. He is a bass legend and innovator and breaks out the Funk. That's why I'd like to see him at an aftershow.

His religion is irrelevant, as is Prince's. I'm there for the music.


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I didn't mention anything about not liking him because of his religion - 1 of my best friends is a JW (I totally disagree with their religion and the restrictions on it's followers) but she's STILL my friend and I love her. I was merely asking if my facts were straight...
I'm not stopping. I haven't even taken my coat off

C'mon and dance while you, while you still have your cherry babe, cherry babe..

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Reply #23 posted 08/07/07 6:58am

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MrsGoodnight said:

OperatingThetan said:



His religion doesn't discredit his bass playing which he is a legend for.

I've had personal experience with JW's, some of which was very painful, but that does not mean I decide 'not to like' a man because of his religion.

Also it is speculation that Larry got Prince 'into' Jehovah's Witnesses. He studied with him, yes, but I am sure Prince has a mind of his own and is an adult capable of making decisions about his future.

Arely do I read a Bass player magazine without some mention of Larry. He is a bass legend and innovator and breaks out the Funk. That's why I'd like to see him at an aftershow.

His religion is irrelevant, as is Prince's. I'm there for the music.


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I didn't mention anything about not liking him because of his religion - 1 of my best friends is a JW (I totally disagree with their religion and the restrictions on it's followers) but she's STILL my friend and I love her. I was merely asking if my facts were straight...


I know. It was another poster who mentioned that. I was referencing two subjects in one post.

Sorry for any confusion.

I was an Unbaptized Publisher and studied/associated with JW's for the best part of 6 years. Went on the doors, gave Bible readings and went to meetings. An experience best forgotten, so I totally relate to what you have written.
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Reply #24 posted 08/07/07 7:08am

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OperatingThetan said:

MrsGoodnight said:



I didn't mention anything about not liking him because of his religion - 1 of my best friends is a JW (I totally disagree with their religion and the restrictions on it's followers) but she's STILL my friend and I love her. I was merely asking if my facts were straight...


I know. It was another poster who mentioned that. I was referencing two subjects in one post.

Sorry for any confusion.

I was an Unbaptized Publisher and studied/associated with JW's for the best part of 6 years. Went on the doors, gave Bible readings and went to meetings. An experience best forgotten, so I totally relate to what you have written.



I had a good friend in school who had a brain heamorrage (sp?) the doctors needed to use blood (I think it was for an operation to remove the clot) but her parents refused to allow it and so she died. As a mother myself I cannot believe that any parent will take the 'word of God' over their child's life. I DO NOT agree with any religion that thinks itself more important than a child's life.

OK - I'll get off my soapbox now - let the flaming of me and my views commence...
I'm not stopping. I haven't even taken my coat off

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Reply #25 posted 08/07/07 7:21am

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MrsGoodnight said:

OperatingThetan said:



I know. It was another poster who mentioned that. I was referencing two subjects in one post.

Sorry for any confusion.

I was an Unbaptized Publisher and studied/associated with JW's for the best part of 6 years. Went on the doors, gave Bible readings and went to meetings. An experience best forgotten, so I totally relate to what you have written.



I had a good friend in school who had a brain heamorrage (sp?) the doctors needed to use blood (I think it was for an operation to remove the clot) but her parents refused to allow it and so she died. As a mother myself I cannot believe that any parent will take the 'word of God' over their child's life. I DO NOT agree with any religion that thinks itself more important than a child's life.

OK - I'll get off my soapbox now - let the flaming of me and my views commence...


You are entitled to your views and that should be respected. However, I think we need you over in 'Politics & Religion'! biggrin wink
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Reply #26 posted 08/07/07 9:24am

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wow - you guys are so easy to wind up ! ... [thinks of all the fun he can have]

I love my british sense of humour.
He was right - a new name does feel mighty fine....now for some fun - MWA HA HA HA
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Reply #27 posted 08/07/07 1:53pm

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Just been on to the o2 website and have noticed that Bill Clinton is playing at the Indigo2 on the 14th August (same night as our man), I would say that either he's gonna let Bill play it alone or there's gonna be one hell of a funk-fest kicking off that night!
I'm not stopping. I haven't even taken my coat off

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Reply #28 posted 08/07/07 1:55pm

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MrsGoodnight said:

Just been on to the o2 website and have noticed that Bill Clinton is playing at the Indigo2 on the 14th August (same night as our man), I would say that either he's gonna let Bill play it alone or there's gonna be one hell of a funk-fest kicking off that night!


falloff ... I think you mean GEORGE Clinton
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Reply #29 posted 08/07/07 2:30pm

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One4All4Ever said:

MrsGoodnight said:

Just been on to the o2 website and have noticed that Bill Clinton is playing at the Indigo2 on the 14th August (same night as our man), I would say that either he's gonna let Bill play it alone or there's gonna be one hell of a funk-fest kicking off that night!


falloff ... I think you mean GEORGE Clinton


Ahaahahahahahah!!! falloff Ok - I'm a dunce I KNEW that but typed the wrong one in! I can't believe I put Bill, not once but twice doh!

SEE! That's what you get for trying to help...

:scurries off to hide the blushes!:
I'm not stopping. I haven't even taken my coat off

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