It was so Incredible to see the Panic! At the Disco concert!!!! The experience will be one that I will never forget. It was so touching and fun and it was so enjoyable. The music and the band were just so full of life and they were so nice. It really touched my heart and I would totally recommend seeing their concert. The experience at the concert really touched me close to my heart and the band prepared for the concert so well. I really liked the part where he sang the song about his idol and when Brendon sat down onto his piano in the middle of the concert hall and started singing if you love me let me go and the white lights floating down onto him and the people around you swaying to it shining their light through made the concert hall so amazing. The hearts that we held up during girls/girls/boys with the light shining through it giving various colors of purple, blue, orange, yellow, red and white was amazing and so cool. It was also very touching because it touched my heart and actually I started crying though that song and the words that he told us that it was the best thing that he has ever seen during this whole tour made me cry. It was really the best and most touching concert that I have ever been to. I will always hold that night close to my heart. The band and their music have always touched my heart when they sing so go to their concert for sure. Love them so much and hope you go!!! Thank you Panic at the disco for hosting the most touching and magical night of my life!
Metallica, one of the biggest selling acts in American history, were born on October 28, 1981 when drummer Lars Ulrich and guitar player/singer James Hetfield got together via Ulrich’s LA Recycler newspaper ad. Soon, the two had recruited Hetfield’s friend and housemate Ron McGovney to play bass, Dave Mustaine to play lead guitar, and taken the name Metallica after a suggestion from Bay Area metal scene friend Ron Quintana. Their ascent was to be relatively quick, driven by sheer work-rate, effort and a rare musical chemistry. After hitting the opener’s circuit in LA (where they supported the likes of Saxon) they recorded their first ever demo No Life ‘Til Leather. The tape-trading circuit went crazy for it, and after repeatedly well-received shows in the Bay Area, Metallica found themselves relocating there after convincing bassist Cliff Burton to leave his band Trauma and replace McGovney.