Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeroes

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Saw this band at LouFest. They were last to play on the Forest Park Stage. There must be 12 or 13 people in this band. A friend of mine (who plays in bands) wondered how any of them made any money with it all being divvied up like that. I think they might be a commune or something.

Edward sing most leads (I think he was wearing the same dirty t shirt I saw him in at Bonnaroo where I caught 1 song), although 2 or 3 more sang leads at varios times on various songs. With all those people up there, they put out alot of music. Crowd was familiar with them & sang along to many of the songs. Had a great time listening to them, crowd was very appreciative.

Posted by Paul in KY on Tuesday, 09.10.13 @ 13:10pm

Very great band as they have a great following. I'm not sure where to classify what genre they are, but either way its different. In a good way, of course.

I saw the whole set at Bonnaroo this summer and I was blown away. I'll never forget the 20-minute version of 'Home', which included Alex going around and interviewing his fans during the musical interlude. Unlike Paul (in KY), I didn't catch them at LouFest in St. Louis even though the festival was close to me. Don't worry, I have my regrets!

Posted by Jason Voigt on Wednesday, 09.11.13 @ 20:37pm

Hey Jason, sorry you couldn't go. I wanted to see them at Bonnaroo, but friend I was with wanted to see something else & we just got there at end of set as we were going to see David Byrne & St. Vincent.

Wished I'd seen that set. Crowd was eating it up!

Posted by Paul in KY on Thursday, 09.12.13 @ 08:15am

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