Although I must say I was very disappointed in the green room accomodations:
Huge hat tip to Cranky at Six Meat Buffet who caught this before I did. I knew Tap was playing...but I really tried to avoid all things Live Earth yesterday.
BTW...it was a scorching 68 degrees yesterday in Algore's (pbuh) greenhouse-effected London yesterday. Which by the way, is two degrees cooler than normal for July 7th.
It's a good thing too...since Spinal Tap drummers have this habit of spontaneously combusting on stage:
And did you hear that the South Africa concert had a woefully low turnout? Apparently the people in Johannesburg are
Officials at Live Earth Johannesburg have blamed the effects of climate change for poor audience attendance at Saturday's (07Jul07) South African event.
Organiser John Langford believes extremely cold weather in the region - it snowed last week (ends06Jul07) for the first time in a quarter of a century - kept people away from the concert, which starred Joss Stone, UB40, Angelique Kidjo and Baaba Maal.
Speaking before the event, Langford said, "We're expecting 10,000 here tonight. It's a bit chilly, and we've had a strange winter... is it climate change? We had snow in Jo'burg last week for the first time in 25 years."
Didja get that? Global warming is now causing snow. Algore (PBUH) better get going on another concert to save the world before it's too late...
(Update): Hot Air has this clip of Tap's finale: