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Washington DC 4/4/15 Review, setlist & video links
« on: April 07, 2015, 11:00:14 AM »

Review, setlist and videos of the DC show on April 4.

http://afpwestcoast.tumblr.com/post/115736687456/washington-dc-4-4-15

Tom brings up the question of "book people":

I asked: Do you notice a difference between people who find you through TED/book vs. music? Her response was that The Book People tend to be much more normal, and that she can usually spot an avid Dresden Dolls fan a mile away.

Curious if anyone else has noticed this difference in people who come to shows because of the Book vs. the Dolls/WKAP. I think the crowds are definitely older.

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Re: Washington DC 4/4/15 Review, setlist & video links
« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2015, 05:57:44 AM »

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http://afpwestcoast.tumblr.com/post/115736687456/washington-dc-4-4-15

Tom brings up the question of "book people":

I asked: Do you notice a difference between people who find you through TED/book vs. music? Her response was that The Book People tend to be much more normal, and that she can usually spot an avid Dresden Dolls fan a mile away.

Curious if anyone else has noticed this difference in people who come to shows because of the Book vs. the Dolls/WKAP. I think the crowds are definitely older.

Well worth the read. Usuall insightfulness from Tom.

I haven't noticed the Book/TEDtalk vs Music people difference.  But will keep an eye out.

In the medium to larger shows, I usally notice some young teen first timers.  Most of them seem to have heard the music, but haven't seen her/them live before.

I wonder if Boston shows are different from elsewhere on this Book/TED vs music distinction?

I also wonder if Tom's viewpoint is biased by the shows he chooses to go to.  ; - }
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