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- Posted on Oct 6th 2009 3:00PM by Linda Laban
By including the kids on their first-ever tour, Dead Mans Bones aren't exactly making it easy on themselves. "You're making me nervous," Gosling tells Spinner before laughing, well, nervously. "It's cool. It'll keep it new. There's a fear factor involved, because we have a show every night for a month. Every night will be a new adventure."
Shields says it's a case of being careful of what you wish for. "We said to ourselves, 'We want a choir, we want all these things.' Now they're happening and we have to deal with the reality of that. Which is, that we have to teach our songs to a choir every night. And play," he says."
"We're not really worried about the choir," adds Gosling, who, like Shields, didn't even know how to play an instrument or sing before starting Dead Man's Bones a few years ago. "They've been working on the songs, they have the record. We're more worried about ourselves. "They," he emphasizes of the kids, "are the least of our worries."