concert-memories

I was out with a friend and we met a guy who asked us where was this club and we told him and he wished us a good evening

then my friend and I ended up in that club because there were band concerts and we didn’t have a better place to go and we met that guy there and he was all smily at us

then he showed up at our table with a flyer and he told us that he’ll be performing later

and when his band was performing I WENT TO THE BATHROOM FOR ONLY A MOMENT AND I GET BACK AND MY FRIEND INSTANTLY DRAGS ME TO THE STAGE AND YELLS AT ME THAT HE DEDICATED A SONG TO US AND I FUCKING MISSED IT

but when we got there he noticed us and said that ladies are finally here

IT WAS THE BEST MOMENT OF MY LIFE

I wanted to talk to him after the concert but I had to gain some liquid confidence first and by the time I got it I couldn’t find him anywhere cries

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…Zedd reminded us all that you don’t need to perform in high-tech futuristic fashion in order to succeed. While a show is all about the experience, we tend to forget that its really about the music, not the lights, lasers and strobes. Zedd played with a constant smile on his face. Why? Because it is clear that he is doing what he loves, and his fans love him for that. Zedd doesn’t need a multi-million dollar stage setup to have a good time, and neither did we. We commend Zedd for staying true to what this movement is truly all about, the music.

Yeah, I saw the Smashing Pumpkins at the Cattle Club right before Christmas 1991. Hole was the opening band…Courtney was smashed, the band were the original members and were so amazing. As for the Pumpkins they sounded so huge on that small stage. Billie had long hair. The club was packed. And the whole show rocked. One of my top ten concert memories.

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“Kyo said something at the end of 悲劇は目蓋を下ろした優しき鬱 tonight as light was fading into nothingness around him. He said, ’I cannot hear your voice anymore. Good bye.’ in a whisper as the lights fell, and the venue lapsed into absolute silence. It reminded me of a bleak canvas, or a photo you leave hanging on the wall that had gotten dirty and out of place. 

Everyone was silent.”