View Full Version : It's RYAN, not Bryan.
ThE BlacK ScoRpioN
10-23-2002, 01:25 PM
This is kinda fnny - an idiot in Nashville goes to a Ryan Adams concert, probably thinking there was a typo on the ticket. Hilarity ensues.
More on this... (http://www.chartattack.com/damn/2002/10/1709.cfm)
The link gets censored because the word d-a-m-n is somewhere in there :D changed that "*" in the address when you get to the 404 :D
10-23-2002, 01:27 PM
Yelling? At a rock concert? Why... I've never heard of such a thing!
(It is funny that your link got auto-censored.)
G. Gordon Wolfe
10-23-2002, 01:39 PM
Jeez, the guy's a little touchy!
It seems that young Ryan is a little tired of the Bryan Adams jokes, because he pulled a major freakout.
Coincidentally (or not!) he covers "Nervous Breakdown" on the new Black Flag tribute CD. :)
The Drunken Actuary
10-23-2002, 02:12 PM
pretty ballsy if you ask me:
On his way out, the unidentified and, more than likely, confused fan was stopped by the manager of the auditorium, who apologized for Adams' bizarre behaviour. The man returned to his seat and pocketed Adams' 30 bucks.
10-23-2002, 05:40 PM
That guy is a GAP model? Maybe that's why I don't shop there. :roll:
ThE BlacK ScoRpioN
10-23-2002, 05:47 PM
Until Gap went with the "For all generations" campaign, they had for years the "Sick Gap Kids" on their billboards. Which was a mix between the Heroine-chic/"dude, I was on E last night and I haven't slept since" look. Those kids needed a suntan badly too. :D
09-29-2007, 11:45 AM
MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota (AP) -- Ryan Adams pitched another fit for a Minneapolis audience, a few years after his last local meltdown.
Ryan Adams, upset about the monitors at a Minneapolis show, stalked off stage.
Throughout a show Thursday night, the 32-year-old singer-guitarist complained about the sound monitors onstage at the State Theatre. At one point, he moved two monitors, his microphone and his guitar pedals.
After 70 minutes he'd had enough. Adams announced "the last song," played it and didn't return for an encore. Many fans stood and booed.
"I don't know what the story was," guitarist Neal Casal told the Star Tribune afterward. "I just play guitar."
Until Gap went with the "For all generations" campaign, they had for years the "Sick Gap Kids" on their billboards. Which was a mix between the Heroine-chic/"dude, I was on E last night and I haven't slept since" look. Those kids needed a suntan badly too. :DIt kinda' bothers me that "scruffy" is so "in." But that happens pretty often, especially since our society's been so rich that (nearly) everyone can afford good grooming. But it just kinda' bothers me, not really.
Have fun at Bob Saget.
No, it's Bob Seeger....looks at ticket... Oh crap!.
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