Concert High

"Which band or artist are you dying to see live in concert?"
  |  Mar 11, 2008
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The Candy eds share which bands/artists they want to see live. Who would you like to see?

miac.jpg U2, MAE and Snow Patrol :) —Mia, Editor in Chief
steph.jpg Coldplay! :) I'd love to hear Chris Martin sing "Yellow," since it's my favorite song in the world! :) —Steph, Art Director
mimi.jpg I'd love to watch bands like The All-American Rejects, 30 Seconds to Mars, Boys Like Girls, and The Filthy Youth (I <3 Ed Westwick!). Simply put, boys rock. Haha! —Mimi, Managing Editor
angel.jpg Gwen Stefani, Fergie, or Mariah Carey. Go, girl power! :) Angel, Assistant Features Editor
margaux.jpg I was lucky enough to watch my ultimate fave artist Justin Timberlake when I was in New Jersey, but I am totally dying to watch him again! He is the best performer ever! Not to mention the hottest as well. —Margaux, Fashion Assistant
marla.jpg My favorite American Idol cuties: Blake Lewis and David Archuleta. And then I'd want to go on a date with them after the concert, where they can serenade me under the moonlight. Sigh. Hehe. :P Marla, Assistant Lifestyle Editor
macy.jpg There are so many bands and artists I want to see live! Here's my short list: Jason Mraz (up clooooose this time!), Mae, Esthero, Belle & Sebastian, The Weepies, Corinne Bailey Rae, India.Arie, Sara Bareilles, Sondre Lerche, The Roots, Musiq (who will sing my wedding song in the future, ha ha!)... Oops, I guess it's not a short list after all. d: —Macy, Web and Mobile Producer
roch.jpg I'm so dying to watch Justin Timberlake on stage! I swear! I will really save up for his concert tickets just to see him up close and watch him perform live. :P —Roch, Web and Mobile Producer

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