The Jesus and Mary Chain with Special Guests at The Wiltern
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The last date listed for The Jesus and Mary Chain was Tuesday October 23, 2007 / 8:00pm.
The Keyshia Cole event was great! Purchasing my tickets through Goldstar made the experience even better. When I went to the Will Call to pick up my tickets, Gold Star had included the options for there members to choose "standing room only" or "seats", of course I chose the seats. I appreciate the option to choose The Seats. When my songs came on, I would stand up. It was great and it helped my experience to be that much more enjoyable. Thanks Goldstar!Keyshia Cole info • Aug 26 2014 star this tip starred
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The show started on time and the venue is nice. The performance of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club was a treat. Jesus & Mary Chain themselves seemed to be performing solely for the money. Technically they were sound (with the exception of nearly repeating "Head On"), however they lacked any sort of chemistry with each other or the crowd. I paid $15 for the tickets, so it was worth the money, but I feel sorry for the suckers who paid full price through Ticketmaster.
After playing their last gig in 1998 and breaking up in 1999, The Jesus and Mary Chain reunited this spring for a handful of high-profile club and festival dates in the U.S. and Europe, which began with a triumphant main stage performance in front of an estimated 10,000 fans at Coachella. In their only U.S. interview to date, brothers Jim and William Reid sat down with Rolling Stone magazine the day after that performance and hinted at a possible return to the studio, which is now confirmed. It will be the first time in over nine years that The Jesus and Mary Chain will begin work on a new album.
In addition to Jim and William Reid, The Jesus and Mary Chain lineup includes Phil King on bass, Mark Crozer on guitar and Loz Colbert on drums.
The chart success of The Jesus and Mary Chain was virtually nonexistent, but their artistic impact was immeasurable. This British group made the world safe for white noise, orchestrating a sound dense in squalling feedback that served as an inspiration to countless bands today.