The Times – Live Review – Nov 15th 2012
Singer / Songwriter
Rodriguez’ music is very danceable; so you can listen to the words and then just dance the next time around. Also, it invites one to memorize the lyrics. I can see, that he adds bits of conversation, which, really, add to the enjoyment of seeing him in person.
i’m hoping to receive my shirt, this week.
Having seen “Searching For SugarMan” three times now, I was moved, not only by the special quality of his music, but, by the quite unique character of Rodriguez himself. If he was some over-inflated ego type, the story wouldn’t be nearly so impactful.
His quite acceptance of new found fame is refreshing and rare, and, it would seem…completely in keeping with who he is. I was also quite impressed with each of his daughters…surely a reflection on him in how well spoken they were.
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