While performing: A fan threw the ashes of his dead friend on stage
During the reunion show of "Mr. Bangle" in New York, a fan threw the ashes of his late friend on stage. The friend purchased tickets for the Union show, and after unexpectedly dying, his friend decided to honor his memory and throw his remains on the stage. Watch the odd moment
A fan throws his friend's ashes at a Mister Angle show (Photo: Giphy)
Extraordinary commemoration: A fan threw the ashes of his late friend toward the stage during a reunion show of the American avant-garde composition "Mystery Angle" in New York. The fan, Dakota Young, purchased with his friends tickets to the Union show for their favorite band. One of the members died unexpectedly before the show and his friends decided to take an unusual step: they took the friend's remains with them, packed the ashes in a pair of underwear and threw him on stage during the band's cover version of the song "Summer Breeze".
The Mystery Angle band was formed in California, United States, by high school members in 1985, and broke up in 2004. Last year, the band's vocalist, Mike Patton (formerly also Faitho Moore's soloist) announced that the band would reunite for more than 15 years since disbanding . Patton absorbed quite a few objects thrown on stage throughout his life, but this is probably the first time a dead fan's ashes have been thrown at him.More in Walla! NEWS More in Walla! NEWS
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