Monday, August 3, 2009
Has everyone noticed how plaid is the new color for fall? Specifically, plaid shirts for both men and women. One can’t help but wonder if Robert Pattinson’s (start of mega movie franchise, Twilight, and BFF Bobby Long’s preference for plaid shirts have affected the current trends and styles of the U.S. Everywhere one looks, you will see blue and red plaid, black and white plaid, yellow, blue and white plaid – everything plaid! Coincidence? Hardly.
That is just one of the small ways the Brit-Pack, consisting of Rob Pattinson, Sam Bradley, Marcus Foster, Bobby Long and Tom Sturridge, are affecting American pop culture. These British lads have hit the U.S. pop culture like a storm, riding the waves of the popular 2008 Twilight movie franchise in which three of the British lads co-wrote songs with Rob Pattinson on the Twilight movie soundtrack. Marcus Foster and Bobby Long co-authored the song, “Let Me Sign,” which Rob performed on the movie soundtrack and Sam Bradley co-wrote “Never Think” with Rob that was also featured on the soundtrack.
This weekend, all three are performing at the much publicized Twi-Con event in Dallas, Texas. With as many as 2,500 attendees, these three British musicians will likely affect the fans in the same way the Beatles did back in the 60s. Then, it was the Beatles. Today, it’s Sam Bradley, Marcus Foster and Bobby Long – three of the famous Brit-Pack group headed by mega-star, Rob Pattinson. As a result, the U.S. will never be the same.
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