Reading & Leeds 22-24 August 2008

 

CONOR OBERST AND THE MYSTIC VALLEY BAND



The shapeshifting musical vegan behind Bright Eyes makes a return to Reading and Leeds joined by his magical band. His mountains are high and valleys deep, so expect the unexpected.

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tom
god the crowd seems TINY compared to the HUGE pendulum one that was on before them. He seems pretty good, wish I'd heard of him before I went...

Amanda
A brilliant set! Tried to get to the front in Pendulum (the set before) to see this!! I was only 1 row from the front and it totally captured me! It was by far my favorite show of the whole festival! After this set I am loving the album even more!!

I Heart Conor
I was dead centre on the barrier and it was one of the bet shows i've ever seen. I think thats what it must've been like to see (sorry about the overused comparason, but) Bob Dylan or someone. +the band were equally as incredibe.

Will
i was very close to the front for this set. such a highlight of a great weekend! shame there is no coverage of alexisonfire, tiger army or cancer bats

Josh
My most awaited performer at reading and conor oberst lived up to everything i heard from people that had seen bright eyes adn said he is amazing! he was AWSOME, its a shame the croud was so small but to compete against tenacious D on main stage would always be hard, but to me best performance i saw that weekend!

Lianne Williams
i was watching conor and i was second from the front row and it was truely amazing :)

Tom
I was totaly blown away by him, the man is amazing.

George
conor oberst was absolutely phenomenal. i am not a bright eyes fan but this solo work is completely different, and last night he was on fire. great set.

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