Satchel: the funniest guy on earth?

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  1. braveheart

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    Some dumbweed threw ice at the meastro during his solo part...



    Satchel is even badass funny when he's mad..."Shut up, sit down!"

    I couldn't stop laughing... to name somebody "fuzzy guy"...and how they close the colorful curtain like in a Punch and Judy booth...lmao :rotflmao:rotflmao:rotflmao:rotflmao

    I think, he would be a wonderful school teacher :)
     
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    Maybe the guy threw ice just because he was afraid the fretboard was going to burst into flames????? ;)
     
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    Satchel is the king.
     
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    So many cliches!
     
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    Fuzzy Guy best be running for his life.
     
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    People still look and play like that in 2019?
    I had no idea

    If that upset him, he would have had a hard time playing around Los Angeles in the late 70s and into the 80s.
    People spat at you, body slammed you, broke chairs over each others heads, brought stuff from home and bought stuff at the snack bar to throw at the band including full cups of beer and sometimes cups of another yellow liquid.
    A little ice is nothing. Nada. Zip.
    No one would have stopped playing or ended the show over that.
     
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    hahaha,I thought that,too...when the curtains were closed, the MOB realized that Satchel's not kidding and everyone points their fingers at "FUZZY GUY'" :eek:
     
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    but this is 2019 and these days security kicks your ass out of the concert...
     
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    They are a parody band of the 80s. Reveling in the over the top satire and irony of that era.





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    Fuzzy guy. Heh.

    Of course the video reminds me why I hate solos so much. But, anyway...
     
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    As they should - nobody should be subjected to crap being flung at them while they're trying to entertain you. You don't like it? Just leave, there's no point in tossing stuff at the performer.
     
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    Satchel is a genuinely funny guy and he can rip it up on guitar. Check out his vid 'Steel Panther takes over NAMM'. He can ad lib some hilarious stuff.
     
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    new to me. looks and sounds like straight out of late 70s and early 80s. what goes around, comes around.

    play music!
     
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    Things are different today compared to then.
    Bands were competing for record contracts and management in those days. Plus, if you didn't draw an audience and entertain them, the clubs and theaters didn't want you back. Playing at places like the Starwood and Madame Wongs and other larger venues were the road to success. People had to know who you were and decide they liked you and follow you around to gigs. They were called fans. The internet didn't exist. You walked the streets looking for gigs and posted your own flyers on telephone poles. Ads in trade magazines were too expensive. Word of mouth was what mattered.
    Some bands like V.H. would go around town and try to sabotage you if they felt you were a threat to them.

    It was the musicians choice. Stay at home or go out and try to make it. If you made it the rewards were huge.
    Not many musicians and bands were content with just playing at the local mom and pop joint where they'd bring the kids to watch the band.
    There was no money in it and no future.

    So, the bands put up with lots of crap. If you didn't, you went home and got a day job.
     
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    no..it's the mid to late 80ies...the great era of hair metal
     
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    close enough! ha!
     
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    That's not funny, that's ridiculous. And who's that sathcuma any way..?
     
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    yes, right, but in the 80ies those bands were leading a Rock'n'Roll lifestyle...also on stage...so nobody really cared about flying fluids...
    Today you don't have to play thousands of concerts to get famous...today we have youtube...
    I like the "location" where you "live" by the way...:)
     
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    damn,you're from California...where were you in the 80s???;)
     
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    70s and 80s in hollyweird with everyone else! ha!
     
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