22 years of News, rumors, minutiae about The Cure
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Cool. Didn't know about Attitude but noticed that lots of festivals we went to this summer had a specific equiped area to allow diabled people to attend gigs in good and safe conditions. Things seem to get better.
Very classy move by Robert!!
Robert smith is a good example of how someone who is a legend must be as a human being.He's wonderful and that's the reason why he got to be succesful over the years for more than 35.We live in a very harsh times nowadays and I suppose that's why there are no many bands at all neither good nor bad cos the few bands I get to listen to they all sound the same unluckly I hope The Cure release a new album soon and continue giving lesson of how a big star must behave.you are lovely Rob!
Top bloke.. bar none!
Very classy! I've always love how Robert is concerned with those less fortunate and with issues of Human Rights and social justice. He has a good heart.
very good robert!
I find it to be interesting how much more willing Robert has been over the last eight years or so, especially over the last three or four, to discuss his religious and political views and the organizations and causes that he supports.
@Shawn - I think it's part of his ploy to become King!
If there was a like button I'd be pressing it repeatedly :)
It's a wonderfully generous and kind gesture. He rocks. <3
Robert is so caring and cool.
music is universal in its reach and meaning; no one should be without the ability to make it, feel it, see it, dance to it...it is after all, a cure. And, look no grandstanding..just greatness standing up always, d.
;) yes to all!
Good to see :)So, this is not to be rude, but I am curious about what the organization does in terms of deaf people attending concerts. This wasn't ever something I really thought about - I'm not sure how enjoyable live music would be for a deaf person?