How to get backstage at a rock concert
Backstage Past by Barry FeyLong before corporate greed took over the rock concert business and caused ticket prices to skyrocket, Barry Fey and his company Feyline Concerts were promoting shows with ticket prices under $10 for The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Doors, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Led Zeppelin, U2 and many more. Always concerned that his audiences had the best experience possible, he was honored a never equaled three consecutive years by Billboard Magazine as Concert Promoter of the Year in 1978 through 1980. During Barry Feys 32 years as a promoter he has rubbed elbows and cut deals with nearly every legend of Rock n Roll and in Back Stage Past he shares those behind the scenes stories of a mercurial business during a tumultuous time. It is a backstage pass to never before revealed tales of the Rock n Roll business and its performers. Includes an original poem by U2 great Bono.
How To Get Backstage At Your Favorite Artist’s Gig
One of my favorite perks in my line of work is getting the opportunity to meet so many amazing artists up close and personal. Pop on over to CountryMusicOnTour. Nothing tops off a live concert better than getting the rare opportunity to see your favorite artist up close and personal. Of course backstage passes are hard to come by, and getting harder every day. You can thank a few psycho stalkers and bad seeds for ruining it for the rest of us. Of course the easiest way to get what you want could very well be to just buy it.
Discussion in ' Music Corner ' started by fjhuerta , Oct 9, Log in or Sign up. Steve Hoffman Music Forums. So, I have backstage passes for a concert. How do I use them??? Well, I finally got some backstage passes for my favorite band of all time. Alan Parsons Live!
How to Get Backstage Passes to Any Concert. These tips are legal and have a high success rate; however, they require preparation and are.
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By Lizzie Azran. Dancing backstage footsteps away from your favorite musicians is as awesome as it sounds. It evokes a feeling of exclusivity, especially after realizing you completely avoided acting as a human sweatband in the massive crowd. Despite the exclusivity, some students like the scribes at NYU Local can innately sneak backstage at concerts better than others. Arrive Early.