I confess....I was captivated long enough to see this entire video. From watching it, we came up with three plausable solutions: 1. it's fake. Somehow, they doctored the video and made it seem real. 2. it took thousands of tries to get the made shot. 3. They are very, very, very, good. You decide.
This past Friday night in Manchester, Tennesee, Paul McCartney performed in front of some 80,000 fans at the Bonaroo Music Festival. This story explains what was played, what was said, and what Paul sang during the set. After reading this story, I was left with regret that I missed one heck of a show. It was one of the best concerts I never saw. CLICK THE PIC FOR THE STORY.
You remember when we had an airline that would take you from Fort Collins to Las Vegas in one straight shot and how it was affordable? You remember how we all enjoyed that? You remember almost selling out every flight and yet they still closed shop of Fort Collins? I do. I'm still bitter. So, here's a video of an Allegiant flight stuck in Vegas with a group of passengers who used the time to sing R Kelly's "I Believe I Can Fly". Two reasons why I'm glad I don't fly with those bastards anymore.
As the Rolling Stones continue with their "50 & Counting" tour - the same tour that's not currently scheduled to be in Colorado - they had another superstar visit them on stage Monday night in Chicago. Taylor Swift, who played in Denver this past weekend, showed up and joined in on "As Tears Go By". Check it out!
The rift between John Fogerty and the other members of CCR is pretty deep. So is the rift between John and the former owner of Fantasy Records, Saul Zaentz. Those two have gone after each other over the years, and yes, it's about money. In this new video for John's new song, "Mystic Highway", there's an old man in a rocking chair. John isn't hiding much. The sign on the suitcase tells you who the old man is supposed to represent.
You should be warned....this is a Bear vs. Car situation. You should also be warned that if you're not listening to The Bear....we will find you. (As you will see, the bear walks away from the incident. How? Bear's ROCK!)
The Rolling Stones tour, you know....the one that isn't coming to Colorado right now....continued in Anaheim over the weekend. As has been their custom during the tour, they had another surprise guest on stage. Dave Grohl from The Foo Fighters jammed with Mick and the boys on "Bitch". So far, this is the best video of a guest performer with the Stones so far....