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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 12:06 PM
I'm bored at work today , and I don't think we've covered this topic in the last year or so ( forgive me if that's not the case ) . I can say all of my experiences have been good .
I've never had any bad encounters , but have been within earshot of some , or have accounts of them from reliable sources .

Anyway , here are mine ...

Cool/Nice/Cordial :

Derek Trucks . He was very kind and gracious and signed my ticket stub at Nashville's River Stages in the early '00s .

Michael P.S. Hayes ( A mainstay of professional wrasslin' on TBS in my childhood ) . My sister and I ran into him at Atlanta's Hard Rock Cafe . He took the time to chat with us and pose for pictures against the wishes of his many female companions .

James Garner . I met him while working at a hotel/restraurant in Tallahassee , Fl. . I offered to seat him in a room off of the main dining area . He said something to the effect of " Don't make a fuss over me . " But I insisted so that he could eat without being disturbed . When I would check to see if he needed anything , he would engage me in conversation .

Dean DeLeo ( Stone Temple Pilots ) . I met him at the same restaurant as Mr. Garner . He approched me at roughly 6 a.m. and requested some orange juice to go . I let him know that I'd attended the previous night's show and he said " thanks " and shook my hand firmly . When I gave him his juice , he took it to the lobby where Scott Weiland was waiting with a bottle of vodka . They promptly mixed up screwdrivers for breakfast .

Rude/Dismissive/Ugly :

Yonrico Scott . He played drums for Scotty Anderson at a private show I was invited to in Macon . During breaks he sat a table close to mine . I saw a guy approach him and attempt to shake his hand ... he left him hanging .

Second-hand accounts from my co-workers at the hotel : Neil Diamond and Jay Leno



 

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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 12:26 PM
Been thinking about this.....I really can't remember a negative experience in my 63 years.
I try to pick my spots, be respectful, stay away completely if I've had substantial adult beverage, as I can be a jerk on occasion.

I've come to the conclusion that the word "respect" may be the most important word in life. Derek talked about it in some article. Paraphrasing, he said he loves visiting with fans, but not when he's trying to eat or something. I remembered this when I was within arms length of Warren once....he was eating a barbeque, and we still haven't met.

I've been around Yonrico on numerous occasions, always found him to be warm and polite. Maybe he was having a bad day or something.

 
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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 12:28 PM
Warren Haynes is the friendliest one I've met. Always takes time with the fans, answers questions, like when I asked him what tuning he uses on Brazos, he stopped what he was doing to explain it to me. My wife asked him for a picture one time in Philly. He was on his way to watch Trombone Shorty who was opening. He explained he wanted to check out the band and he'd stop on his way back. A crowd gathered by the time he was coming back but he went right to her for the picture. Outside the Tower this year, he practically had to be drug away from signing stuff. He chatted about his launch of Hideaway during Mountain Jam that a spur of the moment thing. He felt like trying it so went for it. He even shook hands with a friend of mine at a gas station on the turnpike one night after a show. He is exceptionally friendly to the fans and I think that goes a long way and is a prime reason so many people respect him.

Gregg Allman is also kind enough to sign stuff and chat with fans after shows and his age and status he could easily avoid it. In November after the Saturday show at the Tower he was signing stuff even though he was clearly fighting a cold.

Jimmy Thackery is very friendly and approachable, and after interviewing Smokin' Joe Kubek he invited me to jam on stage, which I did, right after I feinted.

Super Chikan was really easy to talk to and the guy has tons of stories. I chatted with him for quite a while at the Chenango Blues Festival.

back in the 80's I met a few guys from the Scorpions after a show in Allentown, PA. They were really cool and were happy to talk guitars and sign autographs.

I really don't recall a bad experience.

 

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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 12:31 PM
Cool
Robert Plant - I worked at a restaurant and he came in with his band. Told some cool stories about being on the road.

Not Cool
Roger Daltrey - Rude and cheap.

 

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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 12:44 PM
I haven't met a lot of celebrities. In a non-signing session type situation I am reluctant to approach them and ask for autographs. I met Derek Trucks once and he was exceptionally nice. Jorma Kaukonen also chatted nicely with me. I have never had a really bad encounter with a celebrity.

 

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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 12:49 PM
All cool:



1. Allen Woody

2. Stevie Ray Vaughan

3. Tony Joe White

4. Richie Havens

5. Hilton Valentine [Animals]

6. Jaimoe

7. Jimmy Thackery

8. Toy Caldwell

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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 12:55 PM
Keith Richard(s) in the 80s at a local place.
He wasn't either nice or rude.
He was just wasted.
He had a big smile on his face as two drop dead gorgeous blondes held him up and walked him to the bar.
Keith motioned a finger for the bartender to come closer.
He muttered something quietly into the bartender's ear.
And out came one single shot glass and an entire bottle of Jack Daniels left in front of Keith to consume.
I don't even remember seeing him get drinks for the ladies.
My friends and I had a few quick hellos but again, he was just completely high as a kite.
I'm sure this doesn't surprise anyone.

 

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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 01:17 PM
Met Derek trucks at Milwaukee summerfest abt 6 yrs back! very cordial +nice guy! also a second time at the same place(same day) w./ Oteil-who seemed super friendly! From the Flying Burrito Bros. i met Sneaky pete kleinow-famed steel player R.I.P. and Gib Gulbeau! Both were super friendly to me in my native Glasgow,Scotland.
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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 01:42 PM
I had what I still think was a great little interaction with Jack Nicholson, I'm nearly certain it was 1982.

A friend of mine and I were cruising Hollywood, we had two babes in the back seat and a six pack in on the floor of my front passenger position. Dennis wanted to buy some tickets at the box office of The Roxy Theatre so he parked while the girls and I remained in the car. He wasn't gone for more than a minute when one of the girls says, "Rob. Rob. Look who's standing in front of the car." It was Jack, dressed in all black, talking to another man. They continued talking, then walked a few steps, stopped, and continued talking. I could have reached out and touched Jack.

I grabbed one of the beer bottles and popped it open. "Hey Jack. I'd really like to say I had a beer with ya", I offered. No response, no acknowledgment whatsoever, he just kept talking. Then he walked maybe 20 yards toward the club.........then he turns back to look at me, and says, in trademark Jack style, "You can say I did, alright."

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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 01:45 PM
Ron Holloway is the sweetest cat in the world. The second time we met he remembered me
having only briefly met before.

Warren Haynes is a fine gentleman as well. Took time to come out and visit with us at BoboFest II.

Sonny Landreth - was nice to a bunch of peach heads at Wolftrap's barns.

Jimmy Herring is another sweet cat. A bit shy perhaps.

Billy Cobham was nice and signed a bunch of stuff for me. Same with Alphonso Johnson.
They were surprised that they both had played on a John McLaughlin album they signed on the first jazz is dead tour.

Dickey Betts stayed up late to chat and sign stuff at Jaxx. I love this guy!

Geoff Downes signed an Asia mousepad for me.

Steve Wilson signed some rare Porcupine Stuff for me. Later he sat with a bunch of us at the hotel bar at Nearfest and was completely kind and generous. Talked Music and computers just like the rest of us prog head geeks.

Met Opeth's Mikael Ankerfeldt at the 930 club, sat next to him during Porcupine Tree's set. He was very nice as well.


I had a brief and pleasant chat with Susan T and Charlie before a DTB show one time. Nice Lady.

Had a beer with Jeff Pevar before a show, another cool cat.


Robert Fripp has a reputation for running away from fans. But he made a good friend of mine his Valet for the day at a Birchmere appearance to get him in out of the rain. A random act of kindness.

no musician has ever been overtly rude. Some have had to run for sound checks etc. That's not rude, that's taking care of business.

Roger Dean, not really an musician but did all those cool Yes, Asia, Steve howe ,etc album covers, is a funny and engaging man also. Definitely cool , I have a signed boxed set of Roger Dean Yes design playing cards. !




 

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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 02:00 PM
I was heading home from Vegas (1998) walking through the airport to my gate. I realized that there was a huge entourage of people walking next to me and recognized Sheryl Crow and her band. They had opened for the Stones the night before at the Hard Rock. Turns out we all were on the same flight back to Newark.
I was in line for a boarding pass at the gate with in the middle of Sheryl and the band members. Sheryl wouldn't acknowledge anyone but I struck up a conversation with her guitar player. He couldn't have been a nicer guy. Talking about the show the night before, he was as star struck about playing with the Stones as I would have been. It was great. By the way...She flew first class while the rest of the band was in coach.

I once ran into Ty Law in my local Supermarket in Mass. He lived in the town next to me. I recall it was the day after a game against the Chiefs. It looked like he was stocking up for a MNF party with the guys. Had a quick chat with him about the game, he was very friendly and engaged in the conversation. That was his last year in New England.

 

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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 02:01 PM
I work security at a concert venue on LI and here are some the people I have met and worked with

Willie Nelson....Great guy. Used to spend over 3 hours at his bus at the end of the night signing and taking pictures.

BB King....Another great man. After the show he had security bring in people from outside in groups of ten or so to meet him. He was always gracious and giving to his fans. His road manager used to have me stand behind him and move people along after a while because he said the crew would be there all night waiting for BB to finsh.....

Frankie Avalon....Very nice guy with a ton of stories and seems to know everyone in show business

Don Rickles.....a true gentleman and really a nice guy.

George Thorogood....Loves to talk comedy, a big Rodney Dangerfield fan

 

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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 02:10 PM
Nicest: Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes

Honorable Mention: Bill Berry, REM (1987)

Absolute Rudest/Most Arrogant: Peter Buck, REM - Possibly the biggest **** I've ever met in my life.

Drunkest/Highest/Most Disgusting: Gary Rossington

 

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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 02:26 PM
Forgot to mention that Dickey was very nice and friendly on more than one occasion and even gave me a big bear hug when I told him the first time I had seen him was with GS at the Park West in Chicago in '78. Never did I see a bad side of him and I encountered him at least 3 or 4 times over the years.

Dan Toler was incredibly nice and had the bluest eyes I can remember seeing in a long time.

After the Riverside show in Milwaukee in '99 (which I just found on DIME!) Neil Young was taciturn but dropped the "veil" or "mask" when I asked him how Old Black was, and then looked me right in the eye and smiled and said, "Real good." He doesn't say much and that's an understatement. He then signed a photo for my GF who was in the hospital and couldn't make the show, asking her name. Of course he misspelled it (Lynn instead of Lynne) which displeased her greatly. Sorry, I wasn't about to correct him-the thought was there. Wonder why we broke up?

And at the end of a Springsteen show (Devils & Dust, Charlotte '05) security let everyone run down right in front of the stage for the last 4 songs so I wasn't going to miss that opportunity and when he finished he walked down the stage, shaking hands with a big ol' SE grin on his face. I pushed my way to the front but he walked past, then looked down and saw me and came back, grabbed my hand and gave me a big smile. Made my year.

 

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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 02:35 PM
Well Rich, I remember us standing in the rain after Mule at the Riv - I got Jason Newsted, Matt Abts, and Audley Freed's autographs. By the time Warren came out he was too tired - but he at least thanked everybody for coming. Have to check if I also got Danny Louis - he was talking about the old devices he had his keyboards go through with somebody....

 

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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 02:40 PM
No negative experiences. Most positive experience was probably Jon Anderson, who really took his time to chat. Came across as quite down-to-earth, and very committed to his work.
 

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I met Jaimoe in Simsbury, CT. earlier this year. What a class act and sweet gentleman.

Meeting Thin Lizzy's Scott Gorham (after a show at the Webster Theater in
Hartford, CT) was fun. Very nice guy.

After an Asia show at the Norwalk Oyster Festival, CT, 2006, we met
Carl Palmer and Geoff Downes. Nice guys. They had just gotten back
together and I asked Carl, "Any hope of you guys making some new music
together?" He smiled and winked at me said, "We'll see. One thing at a time."

After a Dixie Dregs show in New Haven, we met Steve Morse, Dave LaRue and
Rod Morgenstein. All were very friendly.

Bela Fleck & The Flecktones usually come out after their show for a meet-and-greet.
All very friendly guys. A pleasure to talk to such high-caliber musicians.

Tony Levin, legendary bass player. What can I say...The nicest human being
on the planet. Met him 3 times.

Others like Pat Mastelotto, Trey Gunn, Mike Keneally (former Zappa Guitarist)
and Ronnie Earl were also very friendly and full of good stories.

Nope....can't think of a single negative experience. I even met Michael
Landon a long time ago and he was a nice guy.

 

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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 03:14 PM
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I'm bored at work today , and I don't think we've covered this topic in the last year or so ( forgive me if that's not the case ) . I can say all of my experiences have been good .
I've never had any bad encounters , but have been within earshot of some , or have accounts of them from reliable sources .

Anyway , here are mine ...

Cool/Nice/Cordial :

Derek Trucks . He was very kind and gracious and signed my ticket stub at Nashville's River Stages in the early '00s .

Michael P.S. Hayes ( A mainstay of professional wrasslin' on TBS in my childhood ) . My sister and I ran into him at Atlanta's Hard Rock Cafe . He took the time to chat with us and pose for pictures against the wishes of his many female companions .

James Garner . I met him while working at a hotel/restraurant in Tallahassee , Fl. . I offered to seat him in a room off of the main dining area . He said something to the effect of " Don't make a fuss over me . " But I insisted so that he could eat without being disturbed . When I would check to see if he needed anything , he would engage me in conversation .

Dean DeLeo ( Stone Temple Pilots ) . I met him at the same restaurant as Mr. Garner . He approched me at roughly 6 a.m. and requested some orange juice to go . I let him know that I'd attended the previous night's show and he said " thanks " and shook my hand firmly . When I gave him his juice , he took it to the lobby where Scott Weiland was waiting with a bottle of vodka . They promptly mixed up screwdrivers for breakfast .

Rude/Dismissive/Ugly :

Yonrico Scott . He played drums for Scotty Anderson at a private show I was invited to in Macon . During breaks he sat a table close to mine . I saw a guy approach him and attempt to shake his hand ... he left him hanging .

Second-hand accounts from my co-workers at the hotel : Neil Diamond and Jay Leno






Regarding Yonrico, he was very pleasant and engaging the couple of times I have met him. The first time I met him was prior to one of the ABB show at the Fox in 2004. I was in the lobby of the Georgian Terrace Hotel when someone tapped me on the shoulder and said "I like that shirt". It was Yonrico (I was wearing an old Derek Trucks Band t shirt).

My experiences mimic what most folks hear are saying. All the guys from the Derek Trucks Band and the Old School Gov't Mule are/were great including Warren and Derek. Woody was a trip, interesting dude to speak with.

Col. Bruce is very friendly, as you would expect.

Dave Schools will take the time to say hello, but is a bit more guarded than the other folks above.

Luther Dickinson, one of my favorite guitarist, is extremely nice and engaging. Spoke to him about guitar gear and tone, clearly something he enjoys discussing.

Met Mark and Jaimoe real quick after one of the Fox shows on the corner of Peachtree Street, it was chaos as the Fox was emptying and they were waiting to cross the street to the Georgian Terrace. Shook both their hands and thanked them, Marc said "thanks" and looked to be looking after Jaimoe, Jaimoe looked a bit shell shocked by the crowd as well as worn out from the show.

I know I have met some other musicians and athletes but these are the ones that come to mind.

Ryan



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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 03:14 PM
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No negative experiences. Most positive experience was probably Jon Anderson, who really took his time to chat. Came across as quite down-to-earth, and very committed to his work.

I was also going to mention Jon Anderson. He and I spent an hour or so at a bar in the Cleveland airport, probably 25 years ago, both of us waiting on delayed flights. He was a great drinking partner. All I really remember is his fancy snakeskin boots. I've met many ABB family band members, all of them as nice as can be. The most off-putting musician I've met was Rory Block.

 

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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 03:45 PM
I forgot about the biggest celeb I've might...Conan O'Brien. My wife works for a charity that Tom Glavine throws an event for every year in Atlanta. The "party" one year was at the Georgia Aquarium, it was a private party for sponsors and ticket purchasers with alot of Atlanta athletes and friends of Tom's through the years as the celeb/athlete guest.

Anyways I see a guy looking at one of the exhibits and I say to my wife "where do I know him from?" Like it is someone I know from around town. Yeah, I knew him...from TV. Anyways we go and say hi and chat Conan up for a bit. Apparently he was passing through town and wanting to check out the Aquarium and was getting a "private tour", he was not there for the event. He was dressed as you see on TV, mod squad style suit and boots/shoes. As we checked out the Beluga whales my wife told Conan about our first time seeing the whales and how one of the whales became "aroused." Although she told the full drawn out story. His response was "wow, that is an interesting thing to tell someone you've just met!." Obviously he was kidding around and was cool in the few minutes we spent with him.

I've met a bunch of athletes over the years at Tom Glavine's event. Been to Tom's house, which is amazing. He was a batting cage inside and a baseball diamond in his back yard. Tom is fairly nice guy.

John Smoltz is about the same as Tom, definitely abit cocky.

Mark Derosa, is super nice. As a Cub fan I was proud to meet him. Actually meet him right after the Cubs traded him, he was very disappointed about being traded (as was I).

Have met a ton of Georgia Bulldawg football players/NFL players. Which is cool, as I graduated from UGA. David Greene, Matt Stincomb, and Jon Stincomb also put on event for the charity my wife works with.

Matt and Jon Stincomb are super nice guys, proud to call them friends. As is David Greene.

Met Sonny Seiler, UGA's owner and made famous in "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil". Very friendly, "Go Dawgs!"

Ryan

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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 04:21 PM
The first person I met was Sammy Hagar on March 30, 2002 at a rock radio convention in Dallas. He signed autographs for 2 hours and was a very nice guy. I got my pic taken with him and it is hanging on my wall!! In 2003, I met Alice Cooper at the second event like that one. He was nice as well. In 2008, I met Los Lonely Boys at Wal Mart in Dallas. They were all 3 great guys to. I still haven't met Eric Clapton, but that might be harder to accomplish.
 

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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 04:49 PM
If you hang around the Fairway during Beacon time you might catch up to him.......

 

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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 05:08 PM
I'm going to shamelessly copy and paste this from the last time this came up...

Nice: Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle, Alex Lifeson (bought me a drink! ), Stevie Ray Vaughan, Brian Setzer, Mark McGwire, Tony LaRussa, Les Claypool, Eddie Money, Billy Sheehan, Joe Walsh, Nolan Ryan, Don Shula, Bo Jackson, Dan Marino, Randall Cunningham, Albert Belle

Rude: Nuno Bettencourt (Extreme), John Kay (Steppenwolf), Randy Bachman, Rickey Henderson (surprised?), Eric Martin (Mr. Big - biggest tool I've ever met, actually), Hank Aaron (but I understood why at that moment), Jose Canseco, Scottie Pippen, Jay Leno, Joe Ratzenberger, Mike Tyson (shocking, I know)

I can also add a hilarious Denver Marriott West restaurant interaction I observed between Butch Trucks and our very own Alan Woods.

 

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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 05:24 PM
met Jay Zee on field at pregame for Jets / Cowboys game on 9/11. My friend got us field passes as his best friend in Woody Johnson's bodyguard. Jay Zee was really friendly, he thought i was trying to snatch a football he was holding and we had a conversation about carrying a football. He then took pictures with me and my son. A very nice guy and his "posse" was also friendly.


 

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  posted on 12/28/2011 at 05:51 PM
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Well Rich, I remember us standing in the rain after Mule at the Riv - I got Jason Newsted, Matt Abts, and Audley Freed's autographs. By the time Warren came out he was too tired - but he at least thanked everybody for coming. Have to check if I also got Danny Louis - he was talking about the old devices he had his keyboards go through with somebody....


That's right! I forgot about Jason Newsted running across Lawrence Ave. through POURING (or should I say DRIVING) rain just to sign people's stuff. Had his sharpie out all ready to go. Very cool guy. I was impressed.

 

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