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singing with her son in some gallery. She was amazing and brilliant and I love her. That is all.
do you dare to approach?
no one else commented on this arent there any fans of her? :S:S
But yes, not much to say?
And when you say singing, do you mean as part of a performance in the gallery (if such things happen in galleries?) or just, well, having a spontaneous sing-song?
she said it was awesome
but full of upper class monied tossers
buying VERY expensive art
and she did not dare approach
so Horses remains unsigned
it fairly stank of money in there. She sang 'People have the power', which was rather awkward, the event being full of prole-dodgers.
Sorry, I know this wasn't much of a thread, but was very excited and rather drunk. Must try harder.
ahhhh hoawses ah hoawses hoawsisss! hoawsisss!hoawsisss!hoawsisss! a hoawsisss!hoawsisss!hoawsisss!hoawsisss!
she is superb. Big fan of Horses and Easter. Rock N Roll Nigger is prob my fave song and i love the imagery in it about the "outlaws" of art and music in it.
-there was no merch, least not that I saw
-no, though she did get the guitar tech on at the end to help sing 'Gloria'
-there was food, but I didn't eat any of it, choosing the drinks instead
-generally don't go to art galleries much, and went to this purely to see Patti Smith, because I got very lucky and a friend got me in. The art all seemed fine, at least if fucking enormous price tags are a standard of merit. Half a million quid for a wheel Damien Hirst spun and chucked paint on. Yeah.