Live Aid I985

Normally I forget events really quick. But there are some I still remember what I actually did during that event. I remember the day of the great Live Aid concert. Unfortunately I spent the whole day in a train to London and I could not follow the show on TV. So many bands used Simmons drums at least to spice up their drum or percussion set up and I couldn’t watch their performances… Really disappointing. Fortunately we have the internet and some deligant guys who published at least parts of these historical pop events such as (just to mention a few)

David Bowie feat. Thomas Dolby on keyboards

Queen

Paul Young

Spandau Ballet (with John Keeble who obviously used his only remaining SDSV pad as a place for his metronome :-))

The Cars

2 Responses to “Live Aid I985”

  1. Roger says:

    God I miss Freddie Mercury. That man owned the place!

  2. J.M.Zazzerman says:

    LIVE AID ’85, ONLY A WORD:
    H I S T O R Y . . .

    And so:
    25th November 1986: I WAS BORN
    22th Jenaury 2010: I TAKE MY FIRST SIMMONS DRUM SYNTHETIZER 8 !
    2nd March 2010: SPANDAU BALLET AT ROME :))

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