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:: Thursday, February 27, 2003 ::

Just got back from the Metro in Chicago where Evanescence played. I was down on the floor the whole time, in the middle of the crowd. A few different times a mosh pit started up all around me, and I got into it a couple times. It was really cool. At one point I got knocked down, but the whole crowd was really friendly - any time anyone fell or got knocked down everyone backed off and helped them up. Everyone was friendly after each song, congratulating each other on the events.

One of the amazing things about it was that Evanescence's lyrics have a Christian worldview, and a lot of them are kinda like conversations between the singer and God. And the crowd really got into them. They weren't particularly Christian, that I could gather. Some were. Probably most weren't. But this band is well-liked by all. I can't wait to get their CD next week.

I'll have to go do that sort of thing again soon. It was loads of fun. And Evanescence, you rock!!!

:: Matt 2/27/2003 11:13:00 PM :: permalink :: ::
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