If you bet money on "might not be," you're a winner. And there is that bizarre "Are you a robot?" link again. It does go to the story. Honest!
I had to recheck when I actually posted that (it was April). So how much longer will it still be 50 years?
The Smashing Pumpkins, as well as their fans, don't give a flying f-k about the last time they had a top 40 hit. They're an alt-rock band, not Taylor Swift.That must be disappointing for Smashing Pumpkins' fans. After all, the band's last top-40 hit was just 21 years ago.
Hey, the guy was singing the wrong lyrics.And Woodstock 50 will take the place of a previously scheduled Smashing Pumpkins concert. That must be disappointing for Smashing Pumpkins' fans. After all, the band's last top-40 hit was just 21 years ago. Maybe we can also have an Altamont 50 concert to commemorate the 1969 festival where a Hells Angel stabbed a man to death in front the stage where the Rolling Stones were performing.
Altamont was the brainchild of the Rolling Stones, who hoped to cap off their U.S. tour in late 1969 with a concert that would be the West Coast equivalent ofwww.history.com
Tommorow I am seeing Queen again. Looking forward to it.
So Brian May has still got it?Queen was absolutely amazing. The effects were amazing and the songs were excellent. Adam Lambert does a reasonable job of replicating the sound of Freddy Mercury. Our seats were pretty bad but they were the best of the bad seats. If we were any further to our right, we would not have been able to see the video board behind the stage (we had sideview). But my son and I enjoyed it. I was surprised at the youth of the audience. I guess a side effect of the movie. I could have done without the millenials to my right getting in and out of their seats 5 times a song (we were on the isle) but other than that no complaints.
They are, and they hold-up live. I especially like that they do the complete album version of each song, not the radio edit. They did the piano solo before Does Anybody Know What Time it Is, the drum solo on I'm a Man, the instrumental ending to Hard to Say I'm Sorry, etc. It shows their true respect for the music.I've seen a bunch of their Chicago covers on YouTube... They're fantastic!