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Discussion in 'Band Management [BG]' started by alaskaleftybass, Aug 12, 2012.
So, you erased this post after 30 minutes? Sensitive, much?
What, exactly, does it mean to get "lunched?"
Beats me... I googley searched "lunched" and "concert" and the first hit was this thread.
Yeah I dunno either
Maybe he meant "launched". Or lynched.
He is mad he played a outdoor gig and did not have proper moniters. So he feels he got shafted! I dont remember there being any questions in the post. Just venting i thought.
All these years, and all these outdoor concerts, and NO ONE has ever lunched me.
And I get HUNGRY.
I will say that at clubs, they do sometimes DINNER me, but it's usually greasy pizza.
Not that I don't enjoy it, but I mean, LUNCHED?
That would RULE!
I got lunched at a gig my band played at Bristol Motor Speedway (of all places). Got some burgers, hot dogs, and cold beer
I love when I get "lunched" but then I get full and get pretty lazy too.
I got brunched at a gig once. It was somewhat like getting breakfasted, only it included champagne and some salmon.
Better luck than mine. At my last gig, I was payed in gum.
I remember playing a small gig in a large basement party. After a few songs the host's mom came down and asked "you boys hungry?" Fried chicken and hot wings it is.
We get comped on food & drink most of the time.
Personally, I never eat at gigs.
I've been "Cocktailed" at lotsa' gigs...
Nobody ever pays me in gum
Maybe he meant launched?
I want to be lunched or dinnered at a gig, it would make being in a band cheaper.
Dang!!! Maybe he meant "PUNCHED", the "P" is right above the "L".
I dunno, when someone's angry about being "lunched" at a gig, I can only assume that the "lunch" was previously ingested by another party, and they received it by an uncomfortable means. :/
In that case I could understand their frustrations.