LauraK wrote:Yep, that's what I meant. Metallica's strictly a musical performance- jumping, dancing, clapping is expected. But with the Conchords, it's more of a comedy/musical presentation. I've not noticed any dancing or people out of their seats in any of the clips I've seen......
Sherry, do you remember where the quote by....I believe it was Jemaine, was at here regarding the audience singing along? I'll look again but it was late when I read it and now I can't find it.....
AVC: Do you still enjoy performing live?
BM: We haven't played in a really long time, so it'll be interesting getting onstage and trying to remember the songs. I'm concerned that the crowd might know us too well at this point. The YouTube people might be correcting us.
AVC: Do you ever have people sing along to your songs?
BM: The last time we played in New York, people started singing along. Last time we played was in December of last year, after the HBO One Night Stand had come out, and the audience was singing alongâ€”too much. It became a little bit of a classic hits concert. It was terrifying. If you get to see us, you won't believe it compared to the days no one knew us. And the strange thing is, the audience sings along, and they sing the jokes. It's not particularly funny any more, it's just like singing along. It's a new type of performance which we haven't really tried, so we'll have to figure out what to do with that. We'll try it out, and if it doesn't work, we'll just never play live again.
BM: Yeah, just disappear.
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