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David Draiman calling out fan during concert, right or wrong?

David Draiman calling out fan during concert, right or wrong?

Aug 1, 2017

In the youtube clip below you can see David Draiman losing his shit over a fan that is texting -from what I understand- all throughout the concert.
I saw in another youtube that he apologized to the person, because apparently, she decided to leave her 12 (or was it 14?) year old daughter home alone to go the the Disturbed concert, during a hailstorm…

David shouldn’t have apologized. Period. He was right the first time.
Because what freaking idiot in her right mind leaves a 12 year old girl home alone or without any reliable and trustworthy babysitter? Okay, I understand, at 12 years old you’re not a baby anymore, but you’re also not old enough to stay at home all by yourself.

So what she should’ve done was A: take the kid to the concert. or B: find a babysitter she could trust so the kid wasn’t home alone.
You’re not going to a concert and disrupt the whole shizzle, because you can’t leave your phone alone. The members of Disturbed put so many effort in what they do, not only for their own pleasure, but mostly for the fans and I can guarantee that giving your everything on the stage and having people glued to their phones all night is gonna annoy the crap out of them. And rightfully so.

Disturbed | The sound of Silence

Disturbed | The sound of Silence

Jul 26, 2017

This song is originally from Simon and Garfunkel of course. A few weeks back I was at work in the late shift, talking to a Polish co worker when this song came on the radio. He said that this is an AH-MA-ZING song and of course I wanted to contradict him, because normally I hate covers. I mean, take Westlife with Billy Joel’s Uptown Girl for example and I think I can rest my case. Nothing against Westlife because they have some pretty decent songs, but covers, amirite?

Until a few days ago when I thought: oh, I might as well check out that song, it probably won’t hurt… And, oh boy, it didn’t hurt indeed… I immediately fell in love with David Draiman and his voice. Even started liking his original work (the Disturbed music) and that normally so isn’t my shizzle… Just wow!

So I thought: let me dedicate an entire blogpost to this wonderful piece of art, that is even better than the original. And now I’m going to have an icecream.