Rangoon - 2017-02-07 Carried on with the show like a true British gentleman.
Rangoon - 2017-02-07 From John Lydon's Youtube channel:
"According to his facebook, "it wasn't the big guy" seen in the video. The big fellow is chasing after the little bottle thrower and the audience is trying to stop the big fellow from harming the creepy little douche bag.
"What a fucking coward.." indeed. "
M-DEEM - 2017-02-07 huh. I couldn't really tell what was going on there. Johnny took it like a champ!
Best bowl cut I've seen since the 90s at around 2:00 too
chumbucket - 2017-02-08 So is lack of security at this venue a thing?
Cube - 2017-02-08 At his age that's like attempted murder or something.
il fiore bel - 2017-02-08 That was literally head-on. I think I jumped at the moment of impact.
StanleyPain - 2017-02-09 Glad to see he can still take it. Compare and contrast to most other bands these days who will throw fucking temper tantrums and walk off stage if so much as a stage light goes out.
I remember years back I saw Alan Parsons do a live show (shortly after he won the legal rights to tour as Alan Parsons Project...long story there) and he was playing The Raven, only his vocoder was hooked up wrong or something. So he just calmly stopped the show and started tinkering with some wires and shit while talking into another microphone and doing commentary about what was wrong with it and how he was fixing it. Got it working and the show continued. No muss, no fuss. Took about 8 minutes or so.
About a year ago I saw some "punk" band play at a local place (I cannot remember who it was, no one memorable) and they literally walked off stage and stopped playing because the projector wasn't working and they had some visual thing they wanted playing. Night of the Living Rednecks it wasn't.