Hello, you, reader!
I just thought it would be fun to write something in my blog, but I haven't got a clue what to write about... hmmmmm.... I just finished my Montezuma concertreport from last Saturday. There are some funny pictures with the report as well. [..] Maybe that's a nice discussion thing. Isn't it fun to have a picture of you and a singer? I say yes. Then why, last Saturday only a 9 year old girl asked the guys for signatures, and my sister and I (24 and 20 years old lalala)? Is it the fact Montezuma's Revenge is still quite unfamiliar? Is it the fact most visitors are older? Are Dutch people boring? In Germany, after visiting a Wise Guys concert, there are dozens of people with camera's! But the average age is lower as well. A cappella singing is more popular in Germany, and I've got the feeling German people value a cappella singing more than Dutch people. Dutch people go to a concert and say 'hey, that was nice' - and that's it. Maybe they'll see another show again in a couple of years. German people go to a concert and are totally enthusiastic, they ask for autographs on cd's, t-shirts, arms, etc, they ask for pictures and next time they bring all their friends. Dozens of fans wear Wise Guys t-shirts, I've never seen anyone wearing Zuma-t-shirts, though they excist. Why is there such a difference in a cappella fan world, why this difference between Germany and Holland? I really think next Zuma concert in Münster will be more enthusiastic, more thrilling than this from last Saturday in NL. Silly, isn't it?