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25 Mar 04

sarah harmer: she’s so dreamy

woo, i just got back from seeing my first sarah harmer show in quite a few years. she put on a good show, as expected, for the hometown crowd…and as a bonus her band consisted of mike o’neill (!) and maury lafoy from starling. robin was my date, and we sat in the very back row of the balcony…but even sitting that far away couldn’t hide sarah harmer’s hotness. she’s still unaware that i will eventually marry her (shh, don’t tell karen pegley).

oh, and the opener was nathan lawr…i hadn’t heard of him until recently, but he’s kinda folky and mellow. his band consisted of two guitars and an xylophone which was unique. what’s interesting about nathan is that, unbeknownst to me until a few minutes ago, he was/is the drummer for boy, the constantines, king cobb steelie (i saw them live back in 1993ish), royal city and the fembots. who knew?

8 Responses to “sarah harmer: she’s so dreamy”

  1. 1
    Sofi Says:

    I did! I did!

    (I saw Nathan Lawr in the summer. Also, I’ve actually spoken to Sarah Harmer before. I win!)

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    Alan Says:

    We were that close. I was the grotesquely squeezed guy in balcony seat J8.

  3. 3
    Alan Says:

    My review: http://www.genx40.com/archives/2004/march/harmersnewtour.

    Yours shall be linked at mine in a min.

  4. 4
    pager Says:

    alan’s post informed me that that instrument was in fact a vibrophone, not a xylophone. shows what i know.

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    Alan Says:

    Hey – I was guessing…based on 1960s and 70’s mid-day CBC TV variety programming back-up bands. I just know it was not a glockenschpeil. It was the nattiest instrumentation, though. I wanted the guy (Mr. Aucoin as I recall) to get a instrumental break at some point.

  6. 6
    anne... Says:

    i remember when YOU used to update YOUR blog.

  7. 7
    robin Says:

    I don’t… it was SO LONG AGO

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    Sarah Harmer Says:

    Thanks for the kind words. How about saying hello to me the next time you see me?

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