Saturday, July 15, 2006

It Came from the Late Night Music Club From Culture City

Update on who on the Second to last Tops of the pops
from the the BBC Tops of the Pops Web site
www.bbc.co.uk/totp

Franz Ferdinand 'Eleanor Put Your Boots On'
McFly 'Don't Stop Me Now'
James Dean Bradfield 'That's No Way To Tell A Lie'
Rogue Traders 'Voodoo Child'
Red Hot Chili Peppers 'Tell Me Baby'
Huey Lewis And The News 'The Power Of Love'
James Morrison 'You Give Me Something'
New No.1? 'TBA'
It got to be Lilly Allen

Speaking of which i now time for tonight selection in the late night Music Club and since this weekend is the 4th street Fair in Detroit on 4th street just off antoinet just a few block south of the New Center area we have to look at our self and say my my my look how far we come, it was this same festival in July of 1998 the band was just only a year old and the white stripes some how, some way rock the house at the 4th street fair at the lot stage oh yest there where young very voung But they keep on play before the fame a stripes gig on the weekend was a major event in detoit you have to be there.

And Now the Tops of the pops is going away i thinl it apport to play you the only White Stripes Tops of the pops gig i can found on you tube From 2002 this is fell in love with a girl

And if you want to see the Pictures of there appencen at the 98 4th streets fair you can get them at the unoffical white stripes web sight at:

www.whitestripes.net
The Photo page from the 98 4th street fair
is here at:
http://www.whitestripes.net/pictures.php



And by the mag still look Pretty like she did in 2002.

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