It wasn’t a complete surprise, but nonetheless Lil’ Wayne’s first on-stage appearance since being released from jail brings up many topics about prison concerts that we must explore.
On Saturday I posted an interview with a live music fan who had a DJ Tiesto concert conversion experience last fall in Chicago. Well, it saddens me to publish this blog post because it’s about the tragedy that occurred at the Love Parade in Germany where DJ Tiesto was headlining and 21 concert fans died [...]
By the end of 2009, we had gathered up a very entertaining group of concert characters for our best (and worst) concert fans of the year list. So now that we’re half way through 2010, it’s time for a quick mid-year check-in so you can share your own funny, strange and inspiring fan sightings you’ve [...]
Speaking of fireworks…. I hope you had a very safe and celebratory 4th of July. Yes, I know June is past. But there was a whole lot going on during June in the live music world. And I know you don’t want to be left out, do ya? Didn’t think so.
Concert fan behavior continues to fascinate me. And though yesterday’s riot after the canceled Drake concert in NYC is nothing to be proud of for any concert fan, it’s still yet other curious case of concert fans gone wild that we’re more than happy to examine.
After watching this video of Slash getting tackled in Milan last week I think it’s time we revisit a few painfully strange and hurtful onstage moments endured by bands and fans.
Why do we take pleasure in someone else’s pain? Have you ever laughed, or giggled, under your breath when you’ve seen someone trip and then kiss the pavement? I’ll be honest with you. I have. Many times. Ever since I can remember, when I see someone trip or fall, I usually laugh when it happens. Not because I’m a heartless [...]