Head Like A Hole

Oh, people.
As if my life has not been exciting enough...Germany, Chicago for a soiree, learning to use Siri.
Last night Middle and Youngest and I ventured to NEW JERSEY to see Nine Inch Nails.
This was no mean feat as it involved: driving to work at 6:00am, parking across town, meeting both boys in the vicinity of the car at the end of the day, DRIVING TO NEW JERSEY, finding the venue, SPENDING A KING'S RANSOM TO PARK THE CAR AGAIN, finding the secret Friends Of NIN entrance to the venue, being frisked and then FINALLY sitting and waiting.


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I have no complaints about the show. I'd never seen them/him and love the music.

Middle had general admission tickets, on the floor, and scored a free beer from a sound technician. Youngest and I were seated just to the right, about 30 feet from the stage.

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Of course, I have some notes.
Mr. Reznor was wearing drop-crotch black pants, combat boots and a racer-back very long tank top.
Mr. Reznor has very nicely chiseled arms.
Mr. Reznor has a much softer speaking voice than I imagined.
Mr. Reznor cannot be much taller than 5'3" (I'm sure we can check this).
Mr. Reznor, sort of, dances like a girl.
This having been said, he is an amazing performer and thrilling to watch.


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The lighting was extraordinary. A show all its own. I sat in awe for part of the concert.


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My favorite song?

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Somewhat Damaged.

We got home at about 1:00am.
Who needs sleep?!

Comments

kmkat said…
You are a SuperMom to go to the concert. I drove Elder Son and some friends to a Tool concert once, but no way I was gonna go in. Had coffee elsewhere and knitted instead.
I've never imagined Mr. Reznor as being short, though I know he's soft spoken having heard in him in an interview once. Dances a bit like a lady, eh? THIS is the concert review Rolling Stone will never let you read. Thanks!
Paola said…
#youareamazing
Anonymous said…
Um, you are pretty much the coolest. Sleep is overrated when you are being as awesome as you are lately.

jbhat