selling out one week in advance... you guys are insane!!!!!!
You want to be the man you got to beat the man
So lace them up and walk that aisle cause it's time to ride Space Mountain
You want to get with this limousine riding, lear jet flying, son of a gun
If you don't like you better learn to love it
Cause it's the best thing going today
The Legwarmers Baby
You guys sure like to hold the pics!! C'mon!!! I need my Cyndi Cyndi fill!!!!!
Push it ...
Some women threw underwear. 'O.J.' threw a glove. A new daddy was drumming and two fly mothers prowled on stage. Just another Saturday night at the State!
After a too-long layoff, the Legwarmers returned to a (very) sold-out State Theater for their January injection of glam and slam. Many acts would rest on their cover-band laurels, but the Warmers are just finding their Big 80s stride.
Indeed, what we noticed this time around -- from the gentle Seagull intro to 'I Ran' to the hypnotic rhythms of Hungry Like the Wolf was the La-Z-Boy ease of the groove. The Legwarmers settled into an achingly sweet pop chart that sounded so much like an MTV rotation on a no-school Saturday afternoon that all anyone could do was dance like it was the moon shot promo all over again.
There was also the amazing out-of-nowhere call-and-shout debut of Cyndi N Rikki, all fly and all Kim on Salt N Pepa's Push It, another LW rollout that had the crowd setting fire to the roof -- if anyone carried matches anymore.
Chet Reno is becoming the bottom upon which all synth is built and Gordon Gartrell, going back to basics with his oh-so-retro Marshall amps, was searing and cruel. Cru Jones, the metal banger with heart, was all winks and no nonsense. Could it be his old man was in the house?
The Leghorns have their own cheering section now and helped propel 'Would I Lie to You' and 'I Want a New Drug' -- yes, a 'beast' of a song -- to the tightest versions yet.
And a huge cheer for the arrival of Lavaar Huxtable III, a budding drummer in waiting. His dad's booming drums never sounded sharper or more precise.
All this led up to a raucous and monumental finale, ending with Twisted Sister's 'We're Not Going to Take It' -- so out of control that the crowd spilled onto Lee Highway forgetting cars were there.
'Hey, this is a street,' said one State Theater worker as cars whizzed and weaved around the star-struck crowd at 1:45 in the morning.
Forget the big chill or the summer of 69. These nights, it is clear, will be the best years of a new generation's still-young lives. The best!
"So all you fly mothers get out there and dance. Dance I said!"
hey rikki you're so fine...
could rikki have been any cuter last night????
RAMS HEAD LIVE
THE BEST SHOW I'VE EVER BEEN TO. YOU GUYS NEED TO DO MORE SHOWS IN BALTIMORE. I'VE GOT A CREW OF 30 WHO WILL SHOW UP WHEREVER YOU ARE.
Wendy O Williams|
Re: Baltimore report?
Despite a little bit of on-stage strife between Ricki and Chet (I think) and a early incident of walking drums, it was still excellent! Totally!
Blue eyes blue...|
We missed the Ram's Head show in Baltimore, Jack!
How was it, Warmerites? Did they know it's Christmastime at all?
Til next year...
Awesome Show at The Rams Head Live!
I must say I was impressed with The Legwarmers in Baltimore on December 18, 2004. The songs sounded just like off the radio! Can't wait until the next show!!!
The Bollino sister's !|
Funk Box - Baltimore !
I must say ... They are AWESOME !!
We recommend any 80's fan to go see "The Legwarmers " !
A friend of mine told me about them ... she is a big fan and travels to see them.
She mentioned they were coming to Baltimore @ The Funk Box and we should go.
So , we did ! They were great !!
It was so much fun !!
You can also get into the groove and wear your 80's outfit !! See ya at Rams Head -Baltimore !
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