I was born in 1981. In internet parlance, I believe that means I qualify as both an "80s kid" and a "90s kid" and have fond memories for both decades. Music was not necessarily better back then, but songs you hear when you're growing up sure do strum at the ol' heartstrings in a way that new stuff just can't.
Friday night, at a performance in Milan, Italy, Pearl Jam cut in on a performance of "Daughter" to play a few licks from Frozen's "Let it Go."
When I was a kid growing up in New Hampshire, my cousin used to bring me bootleg concert CDs from NYC, and they were like my secret treasures.
AT&T did a live stream of Lollapalooza in their Blue Room broadband portal, and apparently, during Pearl Jam's set (Pearl Jam? Lollapalooza? What is this, 1992?), they censored some anti-Bush lyrics from their songs.
Boy, that sure is great to see, isn't it? Thanks for deciding what we should and shouldn't see, AT&T.…