Can’t imagine what anybody would want to be fighting about while this man is performing, but I guess it happens. When you mix booze with a lot of people in tight quarters, something is always bound to go awry.
And yet, Tyler handled it with ease.
After his stellar band introduction and right as he was getting into a performance of “Lady May,” some shenanigans broke out in the front row of Tyler’s headlining set at Tuck Fest last night.
“Hey, what are you doin? You, right there in the front, just don’t do that,” he said. “I don’t know who started it, but I don’t want that. This is a very special moment, this is where I sing a song about my lady,” he continued, almost sarcastically.
Before getting back to the song, he left the crowd with a very valuable piece of advice.
“Chances are whatever drama is happening in 4 feet of a square around you, with you and whoever you’re starting the drama with… chances are, nobody around that area fucking cares.”
Amen to that.
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