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August 30, 2007

The Click Five @ Radio City Music Hall - 8/27, New York

So, I've really enjoyed covering shows all summer long but I have to say, The Click Five at Radio City was probably the one I was looking forward to most.  I really wasn't sure what to expect when I got there but I guess I should have known it would be a crowd of tween girls and their parents.  I felt out of place but I didn't care because I love The Click Five and their new album.  I couldn't wait to see the show, especially since it is the first tour since their new singer, Kyle Patrick, joined the band.


It was a great show.  They did a few songs off their new album including Flipside.  I love the harmonies on this song.  They looked like they were having so much fun.  I got really excited when they did Empty.  I've been to shows where they don't do any slower, acoustic songs.  I always wondered why because I personally love when they "slow things down."  Plus, I think it allows the artist to show off and you can see how talented they really are. But I have to say, this is one of the best songs off the album and I'm so glad they did it. 


The highlight of the set was when they did Jenny.  I was waiting all night for this song.  I first heard this song in the spring.  I was so excited when I heard it because one of my BFF's name is Jenny (yes, I just said BFF - don't hate).  So I always sing this song to her.  Not to mention I find the music video quite entertaining. 


Ok, enough rambling.  Their set was only 25 minutes long or so.  I was sad they didn't do more songs.  But I had a great time at the show.  Ok, I was slightly deaf after they went on due to the hundreds (maybe thousands?) of screaming 12 year olds around me but I still enjoyed the show!


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Yay for "Jenny"! =) Thanks for introducing me to the song; you always crack me up when you serenade me with it. Good times.

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