Okay, so here’s my story on Gerard way.
I met Gerard on 5/15/15 in Minneapolis Minnesota at his concert. The concert was so phenomenal and he really connected with the audience and made everyone feel so special, he talked about transgenders and how he supports them and just everything he said that night was so awesome and positive. Then he came out to meet everyone after his show and stayed out there for hours just to sign things for people and make their night. He hugged every person that went through with a smile on his face and a little giggle.
I guess what I’m trying to say here is, Gerard has come SO far in happiness and joy. I’m so proud of him for what he is doing in his life and all of the choices he has made. I love this man so much and I hope you all do too, because what’s not to love.
Forever Gerard Way fan.♡
The follow-up to 2011’s The Rip Tide was recorded last winter in Brooklyn by Condon, bassist Paul Collins, and drummer Nick Petree. According to a press release, its creation followed a physical and mental breakdown Condon suffered in Australia in 2013, as well as a divorce. “I had completely broken down and my body was making me pay for it,” Condon said in a statement. “For the first time in my life, I was facing extreme self doubt. I had hit rock bottom.” But the start of a new relationship provided Condon with a new outlook on life. “Having a positive presence like her both provides a healthy guiding force and shines a light on all the negative things in your life,” he said. “I definitely wouldn’t be where I am now without her.”