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Friday, March 31, 2006

Interactive Sermon Exclusive pt. 4




Tonight's Concert To Be Recorded Live!

This is the fourth installment in our Two Poor Pastors coverage of their Milford, NH concert.

Sources close to the Two Poor Pastors have confirmed what has been rumored for weeks: this evenings concert at Santos Dumont in Milford will be recorded live, and is intended for an April release date. Sources would not speculate on the set lists for tonight's show, other than to say that the evening will feature new original music from both Mike and Darin, and then a set including some fan favorites.

A word to those concerned about the humane treatment of animals, especially Mexican donkeys: Pastor Mike will not be playing his multi-platinum single 'Mexican Seniorita'. The Two Poor Pastors released this statement concerning this decision: "Mike's decision not to play Mexican Seniorita tonight has nothing to do with the threats of activists and protestors, but rather it's a matter of his having turned the corner artistically. Mike no longer desires to be known as a comedic artist, but rather he desires now to be taken seriously as one of the great love song crooners of all time... sort of like, Barry Manilow."

Finally, tonight's opening act 'Servant's Heart'* were informed that they will not be able to use their world famous pyrotechnics as a part of their performance tonight due to local ordinances. When reached for a comment, a member of Servant's Heart who wished to remain nameless was quoted, "I don't even want to play if we can't blow anything up!"

Plan to get to Santos Dumont early tonight to get a good seat and plan to be loud and boisterous as a part of the live recording. Doors are already open. The concert starts at 7:30pm.

Look for tomorrow's Interactive Sermon exclusive wrap-up and review of the show.

* Servant's Heart is a pseudo-name utilized by two very talented musicians who desire in no way to have their real identities connected with the Two Poor Pastors.

6 Comments:

  • Barry Mannilow!

    My favorite!

    ... oh wait, am I supposed to admit that out loud?

    D--

    By Higher Up, Further In, at 3/31/2006 10:45 AM  

  • I do like HUGU's comedic songs, yet I've told him many times before I will no longer be a part of the screams for "Mexican Seniorita"... since I do know his desire to put that one behind him... he also knows my desire to hear another of his comedic songs... and if you listen to the song you realize that he understands and might possibly even care for small furry rodents....

    Manilow... HUGU is a much better song writer and artist than Manilow... there is no comparision...

    Love ~G

    By germaine, at 3/31/2006 4:00 PM  

  • You might be upsetting alot of Fanilows!

    By Anonymous, at 3/31/2006 6:37 PM  

  • lol... oh boy... who just used the word "fanilow" american idol is everywhere ;-) so the concert tonight pretty much kicked butt. I got to see my three favorite rockers and you all did a great job. i'm gonna go to sleep now, but i can't seem to get "puff the magic dragon" out of my head :-)

    PS: i was thinking tonight how cool it is that we can sing worship songs in a little coffee shop, just makes me remember how lucky we are to be able to do stuff like that when people all over the world could never even dream of something like that... very cool.

    By amanda, at 3/31/2006 11:36 PM  

  • What a bummer. I was gracing the walls of the Mile Away all night and missed the big night. Who knows when I may get another chance to see you guys play? My children and husband did not come due to the fact Emily would not eat her "slimy" chicken and locked herself in her room when sent there. (Was that spiritual battle?) Anyway i am sure it was great. Hope you had some ice cream for me. Guess we'll catch the recording.

    By the way, did you know Darin Shaw is an anagram for "Darn Wish?" And another interesting one "Shari Dawn." Wierd huh?

    Too bad, Mike Knight is a anagram for "Me King Kith" or "The King Kim". What is that saying?

    And for those of you wondering what an anagram is, god here and try it: http://www.wordsmith.org/anagram/
    See ya Sunday!!!!

    By Kathy Rentz, at 3/31/2006 11:45 PM  

  • Slimy chicken, huh? I locked MYSELF in my room cuz I didn't like what *I* had prepared for dinner.

    D--

    By Higher Up, Further In, at 4/01/2006 11:41 AM  

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