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re: Karine and Tyce projects...what I think...

Posted by:
Wei 02:10 am MST 02/22/17
In reply to: re: Karine and Tyce projects...what I think... - JimmyG 05:00 pm MST 02/21/17

You can still buy tickets to Manchester. The Opera is very big with galleria och balcony. I can recommend you to go to Manchester before it's closing. London is sold out.

Joaquim Weibull

> I think there's something to that, although I wouldn't use
> those exact same words.
>
> I'm not a marketing person, but perhaps releasing both
> albums between the Manchester and London runs would have
> been more sensible. The show will have gained more
> momentum by then, i.e. more people may be familiar with
> Steinman (not only MeatLoaf), without alienating hardcore
> fans who may be less interested at this time.
>
> I probably could have skipped a couple of Karine/Zak posts
> on this board and Facebook earlier in the month (before
> the BAT premiere), but the closest I've been to a Steinman
> event during the last 11+ years is attending Paradise Lost
> and seeing the live stream of Live at Kulaks at L.A, so
> supporting Karine and Zak seems like the right thing to
> do.
>
> I do not know (and do not want to know) all the details
> about Karine's past and current projects, so I am not
> going to comment on that. However, after the Paradise Lost
> concert, she joined Jim's fans in the bar for a very long
> time before leaving for the night. A lot of artists would
> not have done that, esp. those signed to a major label.
>
> I wish I could have attended BAT in Manchester but the
> timing did not work out this year due to a number of
> personal and professional reasons. I hope to be able to
> attend Tyce's release party in NYC instead, since I am
> pretty confident that BAT will make it to Toronto (and
> maybe even Broadway) sometime next year.
>
>
>
>
> > If they're trying to appeal to the Steinfans....
> >
> > All the while, up to last Friday before doors open, we
> > were starving. We'd have taken anything.
> >
> > Now.... the bar has been raised so high you need a jetpack
> > to even see it.
> >
> > If they think that stalling their releases is going to
> > help them, good luck with that, because they've just gone
> > from "selling tap water in a desert" to "selling tap water
> > standing next to the fountain of youth".
> >
> >


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