Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Republic Get Loose at RedFM!

I love these guys. They are one of my favourite bands and I love the way they have got the soul and funk and hip-hop vibes running through their music. They are capable of blowing the United Stated wide open with their music and if they get the breaks it could happen very soon. In years to come the 50 or so listeners invited to this private gig at RedFM will most probaly be talking about how they had a private audience with the Republic of Loose. And boy did they rock. Normally radio gigs are quite reserved and laid-back but this could have been a proper show in itself! Some of the lucky listeners hung around after and I invited a few in the studio for a sconce-sorry to Sarah for the pic (she is not happy with it!) By the way, their gig at the savoy a few days later rocked aswell. A great band!


Betty the Sheep said...

Nice pics of RoL!

GammaGoblin said...

Two Microkorg's? Seriously, who needs two Microkorgs!

Sarah said...

Yes...I AM NOT happy with that awful pic!! But sure im after getting ya back with the one that you look like a criminal in so im happy!!lol. Thanks 4 everything anyway...had a fantabulous day!!

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