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Freebird?

Well, I guess it would have gone along with Dave Scheck’s mullet that kind of looked like a highlighted dead ferret hanging from his head.

Originally posted by Amanda Morrison

Freebird?

Well, I guess it would have gone along with Dave Scheck’s mullet that kind of looked like a highlighted dead ferret hanging from his head.
Amanda, please tell me that you DO know the relevance of this?!?!?!

I tell ya, kids these days… :rolleyes:

My parents didn’t get it.

I tell ya, parents these days … :rolleyes:

I still don’t, please help me out.

I tell ya, kids these days…

> The inappropriate shouting of Freebird may have started in Chicago.
> Years ago, popular DJ Kevin Matthews used to mimic the stupid slobs at
> shows yelling for songs by yelling for the wrong songs for the wrong
> bands. Of course he would exhort his listeners to do likewise. Freebird
> became the obvious choice to denote cluelessness. This works on so many
> levels. It’s a comment on rock audiences, and especially audiences who
> might actually attend a Skynard show. This is not my doing, I’m just
> reporting, so don’t blame me.
> …
> To be done correctly, one must shout Freebird at a break in the music,
> so as not to disturb playing. When people are applauding is a good
> time. It must be done as if you are a drunken slob who just woke up at
> a concert, but you don’t know what concert you’re at. Essentially,
> that’s the joke.
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In The Complex Rock Tour by Blue Man Group, they actually paid someone to yell Freebird when they were doing the tributes to previous rock stars. Funny stuff.