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Harry and the Potters - BOOK BAND!
I found out about Harry and the Potters from my sister which she found on the Myspace website. What surprised me was that I didn’t know about them yet. Their music is strictly about the book which I found to be absolutely awesome, because I’m a huge Harry Potter fan myself. They’ve toured all over [...]I found out about Harry and the Potters from my sister which she found on Myspace. What surprised me was that I didn’t know about them yet. Their music is strictly about the book which I found to be absolutely awesome, because I’m a huge Harry Potter fan myself.They’ve toured all over the states and have even been to England! What’s even more awesome about this band is that they only play at libraries, because of course they are a book band! So to my luck I found that they were coming to my city at the downtown library! I got ready and biked down there with some of my friends and my older sister (who wanted to shoot herself during the whole performance). I found that the majority there were little kids, which was pretty funny me being 17 with my friends and my sister of 21. But I didn’t care this was HARRY AND THE POTTERS! (I just love saying it). For everyone who is a Harry Potter fan they will truly appreciate this and find it funny… the band that opened for them was Draco and the Malfoys! I laughed so hard when I found that out.The whole show had me laughing throughout it, because the guys in the band were so serious about this and their songs were just so funny. Some of their song titles were “Save Ginny”, “Phoenix Tears” and “This book is so awesome”. I also really like how this band had every kid jumping and screaming and dancing (not that it’s very hard to get kids going), but the fact that it had me all excited too. It was a great show (considering it was intended for a younger crowd) and in between each song they had an introduction to it, and asked the crowd questions related to the book! (I yelled out the answers of course amongst mon petit crowd). I loved seeing this show and if they come back to the city I will totally go and see them again. As I’m writing this it reminded me of the time I went to see Pokaroo at the mall when I was younger and I almost cried I was so happy to see him. (I obviously didn’t cry at Harry and the Potters) but I will if I ever get to go to Hogwarts…or something as fantastic.Written by Jessica, age 17, London, Ontario
Jessica is 24 years old and has been a volunteer at mym for 7 years. A recent university psych graduate, she is early on into her career. Mental health is of great interest to Jessica and she enjoys contributing a unique, fun and thought provoking perspective!
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