Sunday, January 25, 2009

The lord moves in mysterious ways, his wonders to perform

Chris Cornell had been supposed to appear live on Isthmian Premier League US chatshow Jimmy Kimmel Live, but had to cancel. Because it rained.

True, he had been supposed to play on an outdoor stage, but given that every fete, fayre and hoe-down run by the smallest church manages to promote the idea that "if wet, the event will be held in the village hall", was it really beyond anyone's power to, you know, move the event inside? It's almost as if nobody was that arsed about Cornell appearing in the first place, isn't it?


1 comment:

tina said...

I think the decision to postpone the event was beyond Cornell's control. And yes, there were many fans that were disappointed at the postponement.

Also, if it had been decided to change the venue to an inside show, many of the fans who had tickets would have to be turned away. Inside accomodations would have been unable to hold the capacity.

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