hesperides23 wrote:I'll be discussing that with my therapist tomorrow, most likely.
blue_94_trooper wrote:hesperides23 wrote:I'll be discussing that with my therapist tomorrow, most likely.
How are you affording that?
Greg Ross wrote:...I understand your initial anger at the ticket prices, however as some have already said, it's not the fault of any one particular person - the cost of touring any band is astronomical - just have a look at how much it costs you to live in your place each day, let alone travelling around.
Here in Perth (Western Australia), my friends and I paid $205.00 per ticket, a lot of money, but without doubt, it was the greatest concert we've ever been to, so much so that I'm coming over to see the Red Rocks concert. Most music acts are on stage for about an hour and a half, Leonard Cohen is on for THREE HOURS - twice that of any other band / act I've seen.
it also bears mentioning that Leonard and his management donated around $200,000 (from memory), to the Victorian Bush Fires Appeal - the fires were sweeping through towns outside of Melbourne just before he gave his last concert there. He won enormous respect from Australians everywhere for the magnificent gesture.
None of this will ease your burden, but I hope it will help you see things from a slightly different perspective, be well my friend.
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