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Poll: Who will play 9:30 Club first: Kele or La Roux?

kele and La RouxWill either performer take the 9:30 Club stage before the year is over? (Kele photo: Sarah L Voisin/TWP, La Roux photo: Courtesy of the artist.)

By Chris Richards

They're like two British electro-pop unicorns racing into oblivion: London duo La Roux and Bloc Party frontman-gone-solo Kele Okereke. Both acts have bailed on not one, but two performances at Washington's 9:30 Club in 2010.

The tale of the tape: Kele bagged his Aug. 7 engagement at the 9:30 and then axed last night's make-up date, too. Meantime, La Roux has backed out of 9:30 Club gigs on Feb. 10 and July 27. The group is currently scheduled to perform at the 9:30 on Nov. 10. No word on a make-up show for Kele.

Are you still holding tickets to either show? Are they starting to biodegrade in your pocket? Vote on whether you think either show will ever actually happen in our poll below.

By Chris Richards  |  September 3, 2010; 11:45 AM ET
Categories:  Polls  | Tags: Kele, La Roux  
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