I had to crank that !
Out of politeness, I'm sure.
I don't think *anybody* could have missed that gaff.
heh, that was really good. good solid laugh out of that one.
Can't bend notes on an organ...
(pictures, work safe)
esp. Claudio Abbado, Yehudi Mehunin, Georg Solti
Give this a read:
Remember that tune, Tusk?
Here's some psychology for you.
some of the NIN tour dates:
Hammerstein Ballroom NYC (sold out?) 05/15
Hammerstein 05/16 - onsale friday
San Fran 04/27
San Diego 05/30
Nine Inch Nails:
3/23, William Saroyan Theatre, Fresno
3/24, Reno Hilton Theatre, Reno
3/25, Freeborn Hall, Davis
4/27-28, The Warfield, San Francisco
5/3-4, Fillmore Auditoriumm, Denver
5/6-7, Congress Theatre, Chicago
5/9-10, Kool Haus, Toronto
5/15-16, Hammerstein Ballroom, New York
5/21-22, Tabernacle, Atlanta
5/24, Verizon Theatre, Houston
5/30-31, SOMA, San Diego
Add to that NIN schedule...
5/18-19, Electric Factory, Philadelphia
5/27-28, Marquee Theatre, Tempe
MTA.info only has limited information about special acts, not everybody, and there's no email to contact people with...
It was so noisy I couldn't make out anything they were singing, so I wanted to find out who they were (and they didn't stop sinnging so I didn't want it interrupt them.)
(found by inky):
The first is Black Label Society's latest Mafia. If you like Black Sabbath, you'd be hard pressed to to enjoy this. Zakk Wylde is every bit the riff master that Tony Iommi is. Absolutely brutal album.
The other is The Mars Volta's Frances the Mute. All I can say is wow. It's all over the place, linking a lot of musical styles. It's not an album you can just throw on in the background. It demands your attention, and a single listen won't do it justice. I recommend headphones for this one, or you're missing out.