What? No one ever gets screwed with WWE wrestling. It's always pure gold.
Well this is real wow
Not sure what to think yet
I love Chris's outfit
Poor Pat man. That guy's seen two of the three incredible bands he played with get decimated by the suicide of the lead singer.
I'm so happy just seeing the three of them on stage together, and Paul McCartney is a pretty awesome fourth.
I like Dave best as a drummer
Damn, that was pretty fuckin solid....I want to hear more.
Riot Fest: 9/11-13 @ Douglas Park
Matt Nathanson: 10/19 @ Majestic Theatre
That blew my mind, fucking amazing...
I wish they would sing 'We are the World'
Now it all makes sense as to why Alicia Keys didnt play "Empire" earlier. Great close to the concert.
I feel like all these firemen and cops got wasted throughout the show and its just a shit show on stage at this point...and yea, Paulvana was awesome.
USA USA USA
really enjoyed Pauvana.
apparently the name of the track they played is "Cut Me Some Slack"
Godspeed You! Black Emperor - 2.6.16 - Crescent Ballroom
Coachella W1 - 4.15.16 - 4.17.16 - Empire Polo Grounds
Ana McNirva was awesome. everyone sounded great, except kanye whose sound was atrocious.
As far as a tv concert I think that was the best show I have seen. Just as a side note: My sisters name is Sandy and every year she sends me $100 bucks for xmas and this year I am sending it to the benefit . Life is good eh....cr****
Have Another Hit Of Colorado Sunshine
Clapton had a great set.
2 oz blended whiskey
Juice of 1/2 lemon
1/2 tsp powdered sugar
1/2 slice lemon
Shake blended whiskey, juice of lemon, and powdered sugar with ice and strain into a whiskey sour glass. Decorate with the half-slice of lemon, top with the cherry, and serve.
That Paul McCartney fronts Nirvana thing was embarrassing.
Will they be on SNL?
Dave knows how to pound his set.. damn..
But Foo Fighters will always be a pile of shit to me... i still don't get why people support that bore of a band.. Maybe it's easy listening? I just don't get it
I'm guessing you haven't seen many shows.