Wednesday, July 4, 2007

A Note to Keith Urban: Shut Up and Sing, Stupid Boy

Your wife doesn’t mention you in her movies, and hardly at all in her interviews. Why do you have to talk about her at your shows? We don’t want to hear it… we want it to be all about the music and your extraordinary talent.

When the skeptics were questioning as to whether you really called her before the encores, then you had to bring your phone on stage in OKC, so that the audience could say "Hi" to her. Oh, please! Then, you got her voicemail? Hmmm, your beautiful, beautiful princess was too busy to accept a call from you?

You said it yourself in many of your shows this tour… SHUT UP AND SING! Your true fans don’t want to hear about her. Maybe all the new little bunnies that are fans because of who you are married to want to hear it, but they won’t be around like the long time fans that have been with you for years, travel to multiple shows to see you, and spend the money that lines the gas tank of your Bentley.

And now you cancelled the fall Europe dates? Because of “international commitments”??? Excuse me, but aren’t your Germany and UK dates “international commitments”??? At least give people an honest explanation. Why is it so hard to be honest and upfront with your fans? Don't we deserve that? Apparently you don't think so.

So the birthday/anniversary week was a quiet one, huh? First we hear that Baz arranged for fireworks for your beautiful, beautiful princess. Then, we hear that you arranged it, complete with her name in lights. Why no pictures of that? And then we hear that you arranged for a big party at a restaurant, and she nixed that? And not a single photo of the two of you celebrating your anniversary? Things that make you go “hmmmmmmmm”…

In St. Louis you told the people backstage you had arrived in Oz on Thursday, and caught a bug from your wife… and had just arrived in St. Louis that morning. But at the show you told the crowd that you had arrived in St. Louis the day before the show and got sick. Why can’t you keep your stories straight, Keith?

As for the shows so far this tour, you seem to be enjoying them, you’ve been getting good reviews, even from the skeptics. The biggest complaint seems to be in the flow of the show. It needs some tweaking, (don’t you see people sitting during I Can’t Stop Loving You, that you play right after Days Go By?), yet even though you have said in a few different interviews you were going to be mixing up the set list, because you know people go to multiple shows, it’s been the same thing every show. And very little personalization for the audience, except a verse and chorus of Walking in Memphis.

As much as you think the audience is totally accepting of everything you do and say, not everything is as it appears (in your own words)…

43 comments:

ecoaster70 said...

I was so hoping you'd gone away as I hadn't seen anything from this site show up on my Google. Sadly, I was wrong. But since you're still here, here are some of my observations.
1. You're complaining that there were no pictures of them on their anniversary or her birthday? Had there been, you would have been all over them and accusing them of staging them. What a hypocrite!Half the reports that came out during that week were wrong anyway. Most of it pure speculation. And actually, there were a few photos of the fireworks from reporters in Bowen. Taken from a distance.
2. He dedicates a song to Nicole. Big deal. He mentioned he calls her before the encore so she can hear the crowd. Big deal. He said at one of the shows that it makes him feel a little closer to her.
3. As far as the October shows, I was shocked that he was even going back there this year. Those dates never showed up on his official site. Maybe there was a reason for it? Maybe somebody jumped the gun a bit, i.e. the European promoters? It's happened before. Remember the movie deal news that got spread a few years back? MV had even posted it on the website. It turned out to be completely wrong. 3 months notice was given, that certainly doesn't happen very often.
4. As for when he caught the cold, who cares? One thing I've seen over the many years of being a Keith fan is that you can have 2 people be in the same place and hear 2 completely different things. Just like in LA, people said that at the end Keith gave a shout out to Bella and Conner. Another person said he didn't. And Bella and Conner were at the show per Keith himself on a radio interview.
5. And I could care less if he chnages up his set list. Big friggin deal. And for personalizing the show for the audience, maybe it depends on the audience. From what I've read, it the occasion warrents it, he does do a little something extra, i.e. signs that catch his eye or an e-mail from a military guy in Iraq. What the hell do you expect, for him to change the show for every town he goes to?
6. Finally, don't ever speak for me as a fan. I have been a fan for many, many years and I don't appreciate having crazy loons like you speaking for me.

Okay, I have one final observation. The number of your comments have gone way down since you forced people to have an account to post. And I'm not talking about the posts that told you to put a sock in it. Even the "skeptics" comments are down. The comments seem to only be coming for the same people. Makes you wonder how many multiple personalities there really were out there.

Have a wonderful 4th of July!

maclen said...

Well, it seems its becoming a habit with urban to abruptly cancel tour dates. And it's just a rational thought to believe that an actual successful music tour would be adding new tour dates and not canceling them, let alone canceling an entire month of dates? I'm sure the fans who have gotten a chance to see his concerts here and there, seem to be pretty satisfied, and will give it no thought at all, yet not so fortunate for his fans in germany and the uk. Believing as I do on all this, of course, it will be interesting to note what kidman is up to Oct... being that it is in between openings of 2 of her movies, perhaps she has other plans for urban at that time.

banbotox said...

Well-October might be the month for the beautiful, beautiful divorce!!

smellycat said...

"I was so hoping you'd gone away"

Funny, that's what we were thinking about you.

Now go back to where you came from and suck on a firecracker.

maclen said...

Smellycat, these people just cant get the hint, or the advice of Urban Myths. And for someone who was hoping this blog had gone away, or relishes saying the comments have grown less, that was one huge ass comment! You sure you got all your points in there, sparky?... It's almost as hilarious as when all the faithful urbanites were hailing that "Yawn" as their second coming with that little story...

notachance said...

He got her voicemail? Why wouldn't this be FUNNY to everyone, skeptics included?

Pictures of their anniversary? Who cares? Not me. I just wanted him back in the states ready to perform amazingly for my show - which he did.

Cancelling the UK dates? That IS disheartening. Hope they come up with a better explanation than "International commitments" - that is lame at best.

doublewide said...

i am really disappointed about the dates being cancelled. perhaps we'll find out in october why he did it. i hope it has nothing to do with the shallow wife, but i don't have much hope there. lol maclen on the sparky comment!

very good blog, btw!

Perspone said...

Now we hear that part of the reason that the October European dates have been cancelled is because he is behind recording the new album that is planned for release in 2008. This isn't a good excuse because, he's taking so much time off during the U.S. Tour that there is time to record. Also, there are any number of recording studios in the UK and Europe where he can record during the down time in October while touring. Keith recorded the "Be Here" album, one of his most successful albums while he was touring non-stop, so I fail to see this as a reason to cancel an entire month of scheduled shows. Whereas, he took his time and recorded the last album during a time when he wasn't touring. While I like LPTWCT, as a total album it does not rise to the same level as GR or BH.

I did enjoy the show I went to this tour. I have traveled to shows in the past to see Keith, but at this point I wouldn't plan travel in advance to take in another show on the tour because frankly, Keith has proven to be unrealiable. This type of behavior is not good for his professional reputation.

notachance said...

WORD is - he has cancelled Europe in favor of the hot, hot US market. According to the e-mail that I read from Marc, the head of the German fan club, they have pushed up the start of the 2nd leg of the US tour and pushed back the Euro portion to be at the end of the tour. Logistically makes sense.

Perspone said...

If that's the reason Notachance then why cancel the shows, why not just change the dates. Why disappoint the European fans by cancelling the shows.

notachance said...

Things are still unclear as to "cancelled or postponed". I'm sure there will be more info in the coming days on that - those things are never clear at first.

Perspone said...

Notachance, it doesn't really matter whether it's cancelled, postponed or rescheduled, a lot of those European fans had paid quite a bit of money for airfare to be at several of these "gigs" as they call them. They lose money on travel every time Keith "cancels, postpones or reschedules" a show. I think it's really poor business to schedule shows and then "cancel/postpone" the shows when Keith and his business people know fans travel and that these days to be able to pay for the travel many people book their tickets far in advance to get good deals. With these good deals come monetary penalties if you cancel your travel plans. There are not alot of people who can continually eat that type of monetary penalty.

What he will see is less people traveling to see him because he's unrealiable. This will translate into an inability to sell out arenas.

banbotox said...

What difference does it make what they call it?...the shows will not happen and people are out of their money. Period.

smellycat said...

It's easy to try and make excuses for him when you aren't the one getting the bum rush. Again.

maclen said...

Well, according to urban's site he... "will most likely return in 2008... concert promoter Marek Lieberberg, assumes that the shows will be rescheduled sometime next year."
Yeah, he assumes, some others expect, but obviously only urban knows. So what are the odds of these possible scenarios for next year? He actually re-schedules those shows, he does release another album and tours again, or he and kidman actually start a family?

(oh yeah , shout out to doublewide, this blog is for people who find it relevant to them) )

notachance said...

perspone wrote:
What he will see is less people traveling to see him because he's unrealiable. This will translate into an inability to sell out arenas.

July 5, 2007 8:26 PM

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Actually, the people who travel to see him are a drop in the bucket as far as attendance goes. That will not affect his sell-out ability at all IMO. At the Atlanta show last weekend there were those that travelled but I would say 95% of attendees were within driving distance, not flyers - as is with most shows. (From what I have found from following some other artists there is always a core group that will travel to shows for any artist, but the majority of attendees at a show are local area.) And, I might add, the male-female ratio was quite surprising. This was a whole different crowd of people. There were very few women with children this time around - a clear sign that the fan base is a changin'. Matter of fact, I only saw about 10 kids total. This was a big couples night, very surprising.

That said, it is scary making plans to see him when it's not in your own backyard. Even driving 4 or 5 hours, getting the hotel, etc. is a big decision considering that it's not a guarantee of performance.

Perspone said...

Notachance, so what your saying is it's ok for Keith to act the way he is because he's acquiring a whole new fan base so he can shit on the fan base that got him where he's at.

If he keeps up being unreliable he's going to be unable to sell out a parking lot , much less an arena, he'll be religated back to opening act on a tour because he won't be able to fill the seats himself, because even people who love his music, won't buy tickets to the show unless they have visual confirmation that he's actually made it to the venue.

The Sacramento show that I went to was far from sold out. Near the day of the show there were Ticketbrokers selling tickets for below face value. They didn't even sell all the seats on the lower level. The venue was giving people in the upper level seats upgrades to the lower level and allowing others to move down into better lower level seats. In December 2005 when I saw him, none of that was happening. There were no vacant seats and the Ticketbrokers were getting triple the price of the ticket for lousy upper level seats. I had several friends who flew into California to do all the California Shows at the end of 2005. Unfortunately due to inconsistancy in his performances and cancellations that have occurred recently, less of these people were willing to travel and thus there are less sell outs.

Add to that the fact that fan club presale tickets mean you get to buy tickets in the rafters because either Keith or his management really don't care enough to do what other performers do and make sure their contract states that their fan club seats are in specific sections and you get someone who has become so short sighted he might never get awarded EOTY ever again because he has forgotten what got him there to begin with.

notachance said...

perspone - I'm not saying that at all. I just don't believe it's even feasible for one minute that his travelling fans can make or break a sell-out show.

As for the CA shows not selling out, I understand he just doesn't get the airplay there and that could be a big reason for it. I also think that so many shows within relative close distance is actually detrimental. The west coast this tour is deluged with dates, while other parts of the country are dry as a bone. Your empty seats are due more to market saturation than anything else. I mean really, in the space of 1 week you have San Diego, Sacramento, Fresno, San Jose & LA. There was no reason for anyone to drive any further than down the street to see him if you lived in CA, and coupled with the fact that Sacramento & Fresno are not a major market....

Atlanta, on the other hand, was a total sell-out. And, Atlanta is a major market. Not to mention that the closest show to Atlanta on the tour was Memphis, a good 7 hours away.

Perspone said...

notachance said...

As for the CA shows not selling out, I understand he just doesn't get the airplay there and that could be a big reason for it. I also think that so many shows within relative close distance is actually detrimental. The west coast this tour is deluged with dates, while other parts of the country are dry as a bone. Your empty seats are due more to market saturation than anything else. I mean really, in the space of 1 week you have San Diego, Sacramento, Fresno, San Jose & LA. There was no reason for anyone to drive any further than down the street to see him if you lived in CA, and coupled with the fact that Sacramento & Fresno are not a major market....

July 6, 2007 2:08 PM
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There were the same number of shows in December 2005 and Keith didn't have a problem filling all the venues. Also Sacramento is the fifth largest radio market in California and 27th market out of 299 markets according to R & R. San Jose is ranked 35th and Fresno is 66th. As for the California Stations not playing Keith I have no idea where you got that information. I hear Keith approximately 2 times an hour on my radio station which is alot more frequently then they play other artist and is about par for artists of his level.

Market saturation is not a problem with the California Shows, there are other factors involved and to say that Keith's treatment of his core fan base and his unreliability are not a factor in his lack luster ticket sales does not make sense.

maclen said...

Perspone said...
"Market saturation is not a problem with the California Shows, there are other factors involved and to say that Keith's treatment of his core fan base and his unreliability are not a factor in his lack luster ticket sales does not make sense."

Well that might certainly explain his latest CD sales... according to Billboard.com, the RIAA still has Love, Pain & the whole crazy thing at single platinum, one mill., as opposed to the previous cd, Be Here, which they have a 3 mill.

Perspone said...

maclen said...

Well that might certainly explain his latest CD sales... according to Billboard.com, the RIAA still has Love, Pain & the whole crazy thing at single platinum, one mill., as opposed to the previous cd, Be Here, which they have a 3 mill.

July 6, 2007 4:25 PM
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Maclen if you listen to the two albums side by side you'll know why one is only single platinum and one is triple platinum. The last cd is not the same quality as Be Here or Golden Road.

banbotox said...

I wouldn't be so quick to say that traveling fans don't make a big difference in ticket sales. Do you have the numbers to support that or is that just your opinion notachance?

pav said...

You shallow, narrow minded and judgemental people. If he wishes to have a life outside of singing to you all - well let him!!!
The world doesn't begin and end in the US.

Perspone said...

pav said...
You shallow, narrow minded and judgemental people. If he wishes to have a life outside of singing to you all - well let him!!!
The world doesn't begin and end in the US.
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Pav no one is saying that he can't have a life outside of singing to his fans. What I am saying is don't schedule shows, sell tickets to the shows and then three months later cancel the shows because you've decided you have something better to do. That's not right.

maclen said...

pav said...
"The world doesn't begin and end in the US."

Well, to urban, it seems it does... it seems as if he'll make most of his US dates. Yet if you go to urbans own fan site, his UK fan members arent very happy about the canned tours...especially since it seems this is the second time since last Sept. when UK dates were also postponed. Before you start name calling over here, try doing it to the people urban doesnt seem to be too concerned about, his UK, and probably some, former fans

Imahick said...

Here we go again..."pav" making snide and mean spirited remarks toward posters instead of addressing the topic. That's typical for those who have NOTHING to say in defense of Keith except to denegrate other fans.

No matter WHY the shows were cancelled, it's a bad move. They should have planned it better instead of announcing shows and then, cancelling them. Supposedly he's trying to establish a fan base in Europe and the UK...nice move! He just screwed them for the 3rd time (He cancelled promos in March 06, then of course, delayed the tour, then cancelled Manchester and now cancelled a whole tour!) Once there's a commitment, it should be honored.

I understand the financial implications of doing a tour overseas especially if the venues aren't selling well. Maybe the management group should have considered that BEFORE booking arena size venues, when he was only playing to clubs before. Now they've damaged his reputation ... and that extends back to the US and Canada.

Keith should address this. He should apologize to those who are out money. He should explain the reason ... what are international commitments, anyway? Aren't shows in in Europe, Ireland & the UK international?

The sad thing is this is the man who used to fulfill his obligations to perform even when he was sick as a dog. Now, he is earning a reputation as unreliable...and many fans will be thinking twice about buying tickets, especially when it means travel to his shows.

For those who think that we should just be happy he is shows up to some of his concerts, that's just plain ridiculous.

I work for a living. I take on some projects which require me to travel away from family. Sometimes it isn't the most lucrative job, but if I commit to it, I fulfill my obligation. I owe my customer my full attention. I can't choose to not show up...if I did that, my employer would fire me or my customer would decide to go to another service provider.

That is my option as a fan...to chose another artist who I enjoy and who I can rely on. And that is a choice that many fans have already made and more are likely to make.

Cancelling shows is his choice to make. If this is about his wife, shame on him for letting his personal life drive his career choices. If this is about money, shame on him for selling his soul for a few bucks. This approach is a short term gain at the expense of a long term backlash. He had a large group of very loyal long time fans. Many of that group have moved on since this BS started last year. Some of the decisions that have been made in this last year or so have not shown much respect toward the fans and will bite him in the ass in time.

notachance said...

perspone wrote:
Market saturation is not a problem with the California Shows, there are other factors involved and to say that Keith's treatment of his core fan base and his unreliability are not a factor in his lack luster ticket sales does not make sense.
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I still think that the close proximity of all those shows played a factor in being able to sell out those arenas. Sure, a small percentage can be attributed to he, himself and the path he has chosen in the past two years, but I don't believe that percentage is significant enough to keep thousands of seats empty - especially with the influx of all the new fans that signed on with the marriage. They far outweight what left him if you ask me.

You speak of all those cities being bunched together on the 2005 tour - yes, they were - at the end of that leg and he was hotter than hot at that time. He was also playing smaller venues. Maybe if they'd saved CA for the end of the tour....

Perspone said...

notachance wrote...

I still think that the close proximity of all those shows played a factor in being able to sell out those arenas. Sure, a small percentage can be attributed to he, himself and the path he has chosen in the past two years, but I don't believe that percentage is significant enough to keep thousands of seats empty - especially with the influx of all the new fans that signed on with the marriage. They far outweight what left him if you ask me.

You speak of all those cities being bunched together on the 2005 tour - yes, they were - at the end of that leg and he was hotter than hot at that time. He was also playing smaller venues. Maybe if they'd saved CA for the end of the tour....

July 7, 2007 9:28 AM

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Notachance are you referring to the new fans who have no idea about any of this music but his last mediocre album. The fans who sit in their seats during his performance, don't know any of the words to the songs so they can't sing along in the places that Keith requests the audiance to sing along and are frankly only there to see Nicole Kidman's husband.

As to the timing of the California Dates, that was solely to make it easier for Keith to return to Austrailia for his wifes birthday and their anniversary. It had nothing to do with favoring the West Coast fans by opening the tour on the West Coast and I accept that, he has other priorities and obligations.

He just needs to commit to his job, like anyone else in the normal world has to commit to their job. That's what this is all about, the fact that the European Fans are getting the short end of the stick. If he want's to build up a European fan base this is not the way to do it. That's all I'm saying.

paddylove said...

I am one of the people that is directly affected by him cancelling shows in October!! At this point i am leaning towards the explanation that he wants to stay in the US..........well he can stay as far as i am concerned.......i am done!!

To tackle something that the original poster stated........"maybe the promoters jumped the gun".......inaccurate!! The promoters were working directly with Keith's management to organise the shows.........they are pissed cause they have lost money on this!!!

No matter what word is used, he aint playing over here in October!! And in all honesty i can't see him coming back........the European market isn't worth his time or effort!! He tried to sell arenas..........and he couldn't do it........so why come back if you have to play small venues!!

At this stage he has pretty much lost me as a fan simply cause i am no longer willing to accept his diva behaviour..........and before anyone starts........yes it did start when he got with her and she isn't good for him.......there i said it!!!

Quite frankly artists like Dierks, Gary, Miranda, Brad, LBT and Kenny.......who all care about their fans........are much more deserving of my time and money!!

maclen said...

paddylove said...
"At this stage he has pretty much lost me as a fan simply cause i am no longer willing to accept his diva behaviour..........and before anyone starts........yes it did start when he got with her and she isn't good for him.......there i said it!!!"

Well paddylove, you wont get too much disagreement on that. Except for the few deluded apologists who as I mentioned in my first comment on this thread, already got a chance to see him live and couldnt care less about anyone else... (is that what the urban fan base left is reduced to?) It is a very idiotic thing to do repeatedly to some of his fans, he isnt doing any good for his reputation.And I wonder how many of the 2 million fans who didnt buy his latest CD feel as you do? Instead of behaving like a milquetoast, he should just decide whether he wants to spend time with the "wife" or continue to tour, because he's showing he can't do either very well.

fairytalesrnevertrue said...

paddy,

you're not alone..in your feelings..Keith Urban has become an ass..and like you I'm done as a fan..i live in the US but at this point he couldn't pay me enough to go see him..and i don't care if he is within walking distance..

my personal feeling is..he needs to pack up his crap and go back to AU.and stay there..and i was a fan since the Ranch days..it's sad really..he has alot of god given talent...to bad he's become such a jerk...kidman can have him..AU can keep both of them..no reason they can't have thier goat farm in the outback...

doublewide said...

testing

alpha said...

Well, I too am directly affected by the cancelled concerts, having booked tickets for 2 to see him in Berlin, Munich and Glasgow, plus airfares and hotels!

The explanation that's been given is simply not good enough. He had international commitments to those of us in the UK that have parted with hard earned cash to see him.
I am going to be one of many who will not be seeing him again. Enough is enough, and I would rather spend my money on a more deserving artist.

maclen said...

Ive been checking out the message board over at urbans fansite... and it seems the UK fans are beginning to complain that the threads for the cancelled shows keep getting deleted. Again, its urbans site and he can do what he wants with it, but just looking at it from a PR sense, its just stupid. Well, I dont buy an excuse being given that its not actually urban who's doing it, its his "people", its the promoters, its the business people... Its urban's name and face that's out front, and he's only growing more frustration and suspicion within his own fanbase by not taking the initiative and letting them know what the reasons are for the cancellations.

maclen said...

PS... Well that was fast! Just before i posted my previous comment here, I was reading a thread at urban's message board titled "What does International commitments mean?" on the first page of comments... well I went back to urbans site after I posted here, and quess what?... the tread is gone.. missing, like it never existed... It seems thats the respect urban's "people" have for the official fans! See no evil, hear no evil... no wonder they call them monkeys, i guess...

alpha said...

'Free speech' on monkeyville are not allowed! I no longer am a member of that ridiculous site exactly because of that reason. Let the mindless worshippers get on with it, I say.

Perspone said...

Maclen that's what happens with any thread that doesn't tow the fanatic line. I don't know whether it's because the moderators don't believe in free speech or if it's because the moderators get tired of the rabid fans hitting the report button everytime anyone wants to discuss any dissatisfaction with anything that Keith, his management, or fan club staff do.

I am still a member there, but will not be renewing my membership. I rarely post anymore, why bother.

maclen said...

Perspone said...
"I don't know whether it's because the moderators don't believe in free speech or if it's because the moderators get tired of the rabid fans hitting the report button everytime anyone wants to discuss any dissatisfaction with anything that Keith, his management, or fan club staff do."

Well the pathetic part about it, perspone, is that it is the official urban fansite, not a fans site, a personal blog, but a site where paying members, (you paid how much?) and paying concert goers are trying to get a clear reason why he will not appear as advertised. And believe me, censoring them, or trying to sweep them under the rug is not a very wise tactic, and pretty short sighted for someone looking for return customers.

Perspone said...

We pay $25.00 ($24.99) per year for the privilege of getting information about keith days after other news media report it; being censored on the message boards; and being give our choice of the worst seats in the venue during the very special vip fan club ticket sales.

If you keep posting things that the fan club doesn't want posted on their boards, you get placed on mime status (you can read the boards but you are locked out of posting.)

banbotox said...

Why is it that we have to hear about the relationship, the low key event, vacations in St. Barts, family outings on a yacht, etc. but when we need to hear a reasonable explanation as to why shows are canceled-mums the word?

Imahick said...

I have never understood their PR strategy with the fans. It's wierd. You pay $25 and then, get absolutely nothing out of it. Well, now there are 30 sec. videos of him after some of the recent concerts...but other than that...notta.

Like you mentioned, the "news" is always posted LAST on his website after it's been in the tabloids or on-line, the pre-sales are a joke, and the board is censored so that the only acceptable posts must follow a "worship" theme.

What I can't get over is why. What would be so difficult in providing some information to the fans FIRST. Why can't he provide better seats in the pre-sales, as many other artists do. Why can't there be explanations to fans over issues such as cancellations of shows.

He seems to cater to industry people but the folks who will ultimately pay his bills (Us, the fans who buy his CD's and go to his shows) are treated with the least respect. I hear his fanatics saying how Keith is always showing how much he loves his fans. I don't see it. When he looks like he's loving performing...he is. He loves it. That's where he gets his natural high. But does he treat his fans well, provide special things for them via the fan club...have a fan club party to show them he loves them...no. I think Keith is a nice guy who takes his fans for granted and doesn't realize that there's a fair bit of unrest. I hope he wakes up and smells the coffee before too much harm is done to his career.

maclen said...

yes imahick, that monkeyville sounds like a real special place! I've found it to be a laughable place... just today alone, the moderater, after deleting all the cancelled threads on the message board, he made a special thread for fans who wanted to ask questions about it, after about 7 or 8 comments.. he deleted it! It was more fun to read than a barrel of monkeys!

don't believe the lies said...

The mentality on MV is amazing. Most of them are 35+ year old women posting like their 15. It's shocking! His FC is NOT worth $25. Hell it's not worth $10. You get NOTHING out of it. Crappy presale tickets, no information, nothing.

As for him cancelling the European leg of the tour, I find it disgusting. There were people that had booked planes, made hotel arrangements etc. just to go. It seems to be his thing though these days. Just cancel and move on like it's no big deal. He acts like if he throws them some BS excuse it's good enough. He's got to be running out of excuses which could explain the one this time around that makes absolutley NO SENSE!

Keith wake up! People are growing sick of your crap!