Not So Fast....

Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by andybaylor, Jan 24, 2012.

  1. andybaylor

    andybaylor Supporting Member

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    Wow. I remember now. RIP to all.

    This post really hit home for me.

    Thank you for putting a face with the tragedy.

    RIP Metal Matt.
     
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    tonegangster Silver Supporting Member

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    It could have been any of us.
     
  3. tnvol

    tnvol Ufologist Silver Supporting Member

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    What is this about? It's obviously tragic, and I'm not being disrespectful, just curious what incident you are talking about.
     
  4. A-Bone

    A-Bone Montonero, MOY, Multitudes Gold Supporting Member

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    Is it the anniversary of the Station nightclub fire? Tragic.
     
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    Zexcoil Vendor

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    My brother played in that club.
     
  6. michael.e

    michael.e Supporting Member

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    There was just talk/jest of this in another thread. Was not good form.
     
  7. andybaylor

    andybaylor Supporting Member

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    Sorry for the late reply.

    Yes, this is in response to the Jack Russell/Neil Schon thread.
     
  8. LAVALLE

    LAVALLE Silver Supporting Member

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    Here is a short profile on Matt.
    http://www.boston.com/news/packages/nightclub_fire/victims/mpickett.htm

    I have to say that as tragic as this incident was, it was really inspiring to see Dee Snider, Stryper, Boston, Aaron Lewis, and all the other musicicians that donated their time and talents to help raise money and awareness for the victims, survivors, and their families. No matter what style, music is a common bond that we all share. Even if I wasn't a fan of any of the bands that performed (which I am) I would still support their future endeavors out of respect. We may be strangers, but we're all in this together.
     

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