Review: Rosie joins Cyndi Lauper on True Colors Tour

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Cyndi Lauper created the True Colors Tour to be a powerful statement about bringing an end to discrimination, especially discrimination based on sexual orientation.

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Eric

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Jun 20, 2007
 
Cyndi is so great! I have so much respect for her and her beautiful music!
Cindy Diven

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Jun 21, 2007
 
This was a wonderful night! Everything you wrote about the event was right on except for the part where you said "Deborah Harry's performance worked"; I like her music, but I really just couldn't wait for her to get off the stage. It was not the right venue,(for me) to hear her new music.

This was a concert I will always remember, and always appreciate Ms. Lauper for. If you can find a way to get there, GO!
OH J

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Jun 21, 2007
 
Gee, the BEAUTY & THE BEAST Tour!
Frank

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Jun 22, 2007
 
Margaret Cho- Fire her. I believe being so vulger is a really bad thing. We sat next to two families and boy they were so upset by Margaret. Its one thing to be gay but its another to talk about getting dick and pu**y and telling the kids to go get some dick and pu**y. The music was great but I would fire Margaret Cho. You can get your message across buy not using her.
Ashley Blair

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Jun 26, 2007
 
Finally a review and critic that realized that it was Debbie Harry booked and not Blondie on the recent True Colors tour, poor Deborah has just been bashed for not performing Blondie material. What a shame, she sounded and looked awesome for 62, a real rock Icon, I for one appreciated the solo material and the new single "Two Times Blue" which I just uploaded from Itunes is pure Rock-Pop magic. Rock on Deborah, you are and have always been the coolest chic in rock.
Johnny Burke

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Jun 26, 2007
 
Well, I love em' all, and I can't wait to see them this Saturday at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on their last night touring. I love, love, love Debbie and I think it's fabululous she isn't doing all the old Blondie stuff. She is an artist out to promote her new works. Go girl!
Johnny Burke

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Jun 26, 2007
 
Ashley Blair wrote:
Finally a review and critic that realized that it was Debbie Harry booked and not Blondie on the recent True Colors tour, poor Deborah has just been bashed for not performing Blondie material. What a shame, she sounded and looked awesome for 62, a real rock Icon, I for one appreciated the solo material and the new single "Two Times Blue" which I just uploaded from Itunes is pure Rock-Pop magic. Rock on Deborah, you are and have always been the coolest chic in rock.
I agree wholeheartedly. Debbie is Debbie-NOT Blondie. I have heard her say this over and over, but people refuse to listen. I say Grandma (Debbie) is fabulous. I love the fact she is 62 (July 1) and still doin' it. Even Tina Turner didn't make it that long!!!
Johnny Burke

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Jun 26, 2007
 
Frank wrote:
Margaret Cho- Fire her. I believe being so vulger is a really bad thing. We sat next to two families and boy they were so upset by Margaret. Its one thing to be gay but its another to talk about getting dick and pu**y and telling the kids to go get some dick and pu**y. The music was great but I would fire Margaret Cho. You can get your message across buy not using her.
I don't agree with you. Those people should have been more open minded. Margaret ROCKS! Besides, give kids more credit...
Johnny Burke

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Jun 26, 2007
 
Cindy Diven wrote:
This was a wonderful night! Everything you wrote about the event was right on except for the part where you said "Deborah Harry's performance worked"; I like her music, but I really just couldn't wait for her to get off the stage. It was not the right venue,(for me) to hear her new music.
This was a concert I will always remember, and always appreciate Ms. Lauper for. If you can find a way to get there, GO!
People still just don't get Debbie. I am sorry you felt that way. You are the only one I know that did.

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