Screenwriter, Producer, Humorist
Posted: 08/20/2014 11:47 am EDT
Aside from the rocket science and musical mastery it was Wentz who took the mike several times to stay real. “You look around and see that things are bad. But it doesn’t mean they won’t get better. Sometimes it gets darker before it gets light,” he shared. One wonders if he’s still soul searching about his own suicide attempt in 2005. During another pause Wentz shared his positive outlook; “When you look in mirror and think of your idols and heroes, don’t forget to be your own hero,” he said to a corresponding roar of delight from the Audience. “Keep doing your art and playing your music. We started in the suburbs of Chicago. If we can make it, you can too!” His comments were always humble, self aware and empowering to the fans in the audience.[…]
Fall Out Boy has returned after five years stronger and more creative than ever. They feel re-fashioned for who they are now without trying to revisit past victories. Good thing too. Hearing them live proves no studio is required to create their complicated sound and soaring vocals, the band was pitch perfect as they roared their melody lines and lyrics past us to the stars.
Source: The Huffington Post