Our MOST Embarrassing Gig DISASTERS w/ Tim Pierce

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Rick Beato

15 күн мурун

In this episode my good friend Tim Pierce and I discuss our most embarrassing gig disasters.
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SRHmusic 10 саат мурун
These are great stories. The limo story is like a bad movie. And, yeah, the classic wah pedals don't have LEDs on them, still. (I had exactly the same problem for a set recently - couldn't figure it out in the moment. Ugh.) And, bring your own sound person if you can(!). Good lessons here.
ummagumma21 19 саат мурун
The excess smoke sounds like a Sunn O))) show... they should've just rolled with it and gone into a drop A drone
CardinalEgan Күн мурун
The park in New York is Flushing Meadow Park. It is in an area bordered by 4 major highways, in between LaGuardia and Kennedy airports. It was nearly impossible to get to from the other side of the highway (pre GPS) unless you knew _exactly_ what you were doing. I found out the hard way, driving a small truck with the equipment in the back and two other musicians in the front. In a desperation move, I drove across a pedestrian-only bridge, around barriers, and onto the walkways inside the park. Moms pushing strollers were jumping out of the way and yelling at us... I felt like Mister Magoo, but we made it to the gig.
EliteTeamKiller Күн мурун
"Ain't No Sunshine!" "Woah!" Okay that was one of those great moments of life.
Russ H.
Russ H. Күн мурун
You two together are hilarious.
Manuel Villar Lifac
Manuel Villar Lifac Күн мурун
The smoke story was hilarious
Wayne Carlson
Wayne Carlson 2 күн мурун
Classic, been there live and studio🤣🤣🤣🤣
David Krystal
David Krystal 2 күн мурун
How’s that American casino?
Dennis Timony
Dennis Timony 2 күн мурун
Hey Tim, you shouldn't leave your acoustic plugged in. I know, I know, I know, I know......
Peter Trent
Peter Trent 2 күн мурун
This is so funny! It would not be funny at the time but, many things are like that in life!
Chris Garcia
Chris Garcia 2 күн мурун
Thank you! Love these stories and love Tim!
ChuloDavidcito 2 күн мурун
Disaster stories from great players are the BEST!
teknical100 2 күн мурун
Have you seen the 'terrible gig' video with Steve Vai? He dropped a pick - that was it. WTF? A whole new level.
tristan avakian
tristan avakian 3 күн мурун
Omg the limo story. It’s like nightmares I’ve had.
Lauren Felber
Lauren Felber 3 күн мурун
That was so fun!
Steven Beechey Music
Steven Beechey Music 3 күн мурун
Dean And The Beans
Dean And The Beans 3 күн мурун
Playing the James Bond theme - me on the twangy guitar solo with 100 piece kid's orchestra at a big concert hall full of parents. The kids and the conductor came adrift in the middle of the piece, and when we picked it up again, I was a quaver out. Imagine what a train wreck THAT was.
John A Spangler
John A Spangler 3 күн мурун
I totally needed this today..🤣😂🤣😂
NiNi Na
NiNi Na 3 күн мурун
I have a similarly catastrophic stage story and now I wish I could video-call Rick and see that expecting face and hear that giggle. Just priceless, makes everything better. Tim is right, it's just this infinite moment of slow-mo embarrassment. And thankfully there are always those artists who bring gear for others. We just talked about it with friends. The classic situation from my dancing group: the music was either wrong or set in too early or too late. Or we had to start again. And I laughed so hard when Tim talked about too much smoke. In my very first staged dance I had a group entrance with stage smoke, veil in front of my face, couldn't see anything. The entire group kind of guessed by the distances from each other. We couldn't even feel our way as we had to maintain the entree position with raised arms.
Jim Noren
Jim Noren 3 күн мурун
Too funny! That thumb story sounds familiar. I shut a truck door on my thumb, due to it shutting opposite how car doors do. So it’s 7am and I’m in a landscaping truck, ready for work at a job I hated, staring at my thumb firmly shut in the door thinking... “hmmm, wonder how I’ll hold that pick later at band practice ...”. 😂. Great stories Rick!
Piano Dentist
Piano Dentist 3 күн мурун
How do you turn a duck into a soul singer? Put it in the microwave until its Bill Withers.
Bas van de Weijer
Bas van de Weijer 3 күн мурун
Just out of concern for two valued brothers; you have both had your two shots, I hope?💉❤️
Edensgate 8 саат мурун
Hope Not
Chuck H
Chuck H 3 күн мурун
The smoke story was hilarious! 😂🤣😂💀💀
Chuck H
Chuck H 3 күн мурун
Glad to see the collab. This was awesome!
VL2020 4 күн мурун
Two consecutive years, we headlined Saturday night at a low budget outdoor music festival in a huge field. The canopy over the main stage was a gigantic inflatable, arching from left to right, which ended up functioning like a wind tunnel. The first year, in the middle of our two hour set, the howling wind blew one of the cymbals over and cut the wire for the drummer's click track. The second year, we get to the festival early Saturday morning, just after a storm had come in, uprooting the entire inflatable canopy and flying it a couple hundred yards into an adjacent field. Thank God, and just by luck, nobody got hurt. Good times...
amrizzato 4 күн мурун
Tim's story about missing the gig gave me so much anxiety lol reocurring bad dream
The TJO Project
The TJO Project 4 күн мурун
Back when I was playing drums for Green Jelly I had an onstage flub. We were playing Beale Street Live in Indianapolis back in October of '13 and the drum monitor was not working. During the end of 3 Little Pigs, Bill would get the audience to lay down while he told a story, then would get them to jump up when he started the last verse, singing at the top of his lungs. As the house lights prevented me from seeing the crowd, and I had no monitor to hear what was going on, I did not come in when I was supposed to. The worst part is that the rest of the band cued off my fill to come back in, so there was Bill, screaming into the mic, all by himself. Fortunately we laughed about it after and I continued to play with them for another 6 years. Years before that, another band I was in had a gig in Chicago. We loaded everything up and headed to the venue which was hours away from where we lived, only to realize that I had left my cymbal bag in front of the house. Another drummer lent me his cymbals for the night, but since that day I always do an idiot check before I leave for a gig.
Joseph Miller
Joseph Miller 4 күн мурун
The best Beato video yet. And I’m a fan.
Michael Reis
Michael Reis 4 күн мурун
Love these road stories 👍🏼
Larry Dancer Jr
Larry Dancer Jr 4 күн мурун
Dave West
Dave West 4 күн мурун
Great video. I think I’ve watched every video on KGglobal with Tim.
Larry Dancer Jr
Larry Dancer Jr 4 күн мурун
Tim's studio looks like a living room ☺☺
Jim Winters
Jim Winters 4 күн мурун
Classic! I was notorious for this stuff. I think some band members started monitoring that I was even in the building before gigs.
Peter Bonanno
Peter Bonanno 4 күн мурун
So great. Love these guys.
Paul TheSkeptic
Paul TheSkeptic 4 күн мурун
Even now, after all these years, people in Japan still whisper about what is known colloquially as "Sumōkubando". Roughly translated. Smoke band.
Paul TheSkeptic
Paul TheSkeptic 4 күн мурун
I think any musician who's ever done a gig has their Spinal Tap moments.
And So It Goes
And So It Goes 4 күн мурун
Rick's Best Video!
ChainsawChristmas 4 күн мурун
Tim Pierce is so great. Who wouldn't want to hang out with that guy??
Keith McGee
Keith McGee 4 күн мурун
Done the wah thing
Mitchel Evans
Mitchel Evans 5 күн мурун
Vickie Randall is an angel. I knew her when she was not yet making her living with music, and there could not have been a sweeter human. She saved your butt. See? She is an angel.
Daniel Murray
Daniel Murray 5 күн мурун
Fabulously entertaining.
Steve Fulnecky
Steve Fulnecky 5 күн мурун
In a pretty well known band with a bus ( back in the late 60's ) we thought we'd have a good time on the upcoming July 4 weekend back home by first stopping at a roadside fireworks "tent sale" place and buying a few grocery sacks full of fireworks. They were of types that were illegal in our home state, by virtue of their gunpowder content or Megaton rating or something. We were heading to play in Nebraska, if memory serves, and in rather " forgetful " and " easily distracted " states of mind ourselves after being in the bus for several days and driving in the heat for some ten hours or so. A few hours later, we're still over 100 miles from our destination, and bored.. and even more " forgetful " shall we say. . and not really all that mature in the first place. Someone has a bright idea and gets a firecracker into a soda pop bottle, lights it, and throws it out the window at a highway sign. and again, five miles later, another one. Higher gunpowder content. " Ohh, Ahh, that one was COOL! " Not to be outdone by a bass player, but still not exactly thinking clearly, I grabbed a lit cigar and a dozen bottle rockets, and a pop bottle, and headed for the steps on the front door next to the driver, rolled down the window, and said the most famous last words of a hillbilly, " Hey Guys, Watch This! " I separated one rocket from the others holding all twelve in my left hand, and the cigar and glass bottle in my right.. lit a forward ( roadsign approaching ) bottle rocket, and waited . . . not long. The blast from the lit rocket burned the first ( barre chord ) finger almost to the bone. ( Sub conscious thought: " Bottle Rockets Go In Bottles, You Idiot! ). I was so shocked, but still threw out " the wrong hand ", dropping the cigar in my right and the coke bottle, and allowing a chain reaction of sequential bottle rocket ignitions and flying bottle rocket launches INSiDE the bus. so the driver is in immediate smoke and danger, while going down the road at 60 mph. I Immediately run to the back to stick my burnt hand into the ice cooler, everybody screaming, trying to get the bus onto the berm, which takes 1/2 a mile at least. I played the solo guitar segment that night, but not without the help of a small town "e-room" doc, " How come you LOOK like That?? " ( long hair and purple pants ), someone on a farm whom the promoter said, " used to be a nurse ", and finally the only real help I received came from the keyboard player ( the " Band Pharmacist " ), who eventually went on to play with Hubert Laws.. but not for a while. There's more but you'll of course have to buy the book, which isn't yet published or even written. So, that's all for now.. Naptown Necky
Gravity King
Gravity King 5 күн мурун
Great stuff!
Herr Zogg
Herr Zogg 5 күн мурун
..the wah wah story.. that'a why i put led diode to my crybaby :D
What a great segment Rick! Pure entertainment.
Browns Fan
Browns Fan 5 күн мурун
Love this stuff!!
Oliver Wilson
Oliver Wilson 5 күн мурун
Actually it's Shney Bley
Richard James
Richard James 6 күн мурун
We'd set up all our gear to do 5 songs for a charity gig along with other performers, some of which were line dancers. So at some point we were told: Oh, you'll have to move your gear back so they have room to dance. Not happy, we did this and the show proceeded. When it was our time, we walked out on stage in front of 800 people and began moving our gear back to where we wanted it (not very professional, I know!) and started our first song. It took about a second to realise that my guitar was dead. The others carried on as I traced through all my connections until JOY, it started working about half way through the song. Luckily, as a band we were all pretty tight so I don't think anyone in the audience noticed a thing ;-}
Ron Brunton
Ron Brunton 6 күн мурун
I really, really think you should gather all the gig disaster stories you can from the long list of people know and people you have interviewed on this channel. Make into a reel or a series! Call it "Spinal Tap Moments", maybe?!? I am certain that I would binge watch the entire series!
sidadm 6 күн мурун
Tim has the most interesting stories and Rick’s laughter is so infectious! Wah pedals should really have LED lights to indicate if they’re engaged or not.
97irishflyer 6 күн мурун
My band's first gig, we were asked to put together about 15 songs to play for a wedding. We get setup, got nine songs down, they others we figure we would save til everyone was sauced. Halfway through the first song, the bride's mother has an epileptic seizure. Everything stops, she gets taken to the hospital, along with the family, and in the span of 15 minutes there is just us, the bartender, and an empty floor.
backnblack -
backnblack - 6 күн мурун
That was great.
annced 6 күн мурун
Tim needs to stay away from wah wah’s and probably Adele.
sean carney
sean carney 6 күн мурун
I have returned to watch this episode at least 3 times or so. When Tim says "At some point the Gig came and went" I cant help but laugh my ass off.
Ray Fabris
Ray Fabris 6 күн мурун
great stuff
chad rocca
chad rocca 6 күн мурун
4 world tours with Rick Springfield. I have a new respect for you Tim.
Kevin Wager
Kevin Wager 6 күн мурун
I put a 9 volt battery into my pants pocket. I suddenly velt heat building in my pants pocket lol. I jumped around a bit.
Michael Parylak
Michael Parylak 6 күн мурун
Thanks for sharing these stories
Area Man
Area Man 6 күн мурун
I’m thinking, “wow, Tim is playing a budget Epiphone Casino (Riviera?)” then I notice the truss-rod cover has TWO screws (instead of the dead giveaway three-screw cheap version). Still waiting for the masters to play the cheap stuff . . .
magicrobharv 6 күн мурун
Rick - You need to have this as a regular part of your podcasts. Great guitar players and they're worse gigs. :)
MrBrianDuga 6 күн мурун
I love the one about the smoke.
clifford Buetikofer
clifford Buetikofer 6 күн мурун
One of my pet peeves when people used to put their bloody bottles and cups on my Leslie 147. The rest of the guys just ignored me. In one song, the guitar player is out for 8 bars and steps over to put his bottle down. Yes, on my Leslie and he steps on a power strip so I lost all of my keyboards. I. WAS. PISSED. 😳. Everybody thought I just stopped playing and was glaring at me! I started banging on the keys to show people I was trying to play but that everything was dead. Evidently my theatrics were funny because everybody in the band started laughing and eventually the audience could see me and started laughing too. I thought they were laughing at my arm waving antics but it probably was all of my cursing through the hot mic in front of me. 😳🤬. We all laughed it off and it got to be a running joke where the sound guy would ask if I had power before every gig. However, they still put their empties on my Leslie….
Nick K
Nick K 6 күн мурун
Rick, this was so much fun. I can relate. Thanks.
GuitarLizard 6 күн мурун
I'm surprised Aaron didn't sing, "Ain't no sunshine 'til Tim's gone."
NiNi Na
NiNi Na 3 күн мурун
Blue Artattack
Blue Artattack 6 күн мурун
the funniest story of alllll time
Paul Warren
Paul Warren 6 күн мурун
Played rhythm for Andy Wood one time as the opener before Michael Landau at a guitar/amp convention. Big room full of guitarists with their arms crossed. :). One of the tunes kicks off with only me playing the intro chords. I played the first chord in the WRONG KEY. Never had I done that before which is what made it so freakin' weird. I immediately corrected it from the 2nd chord on and played everything else in the proper key. But I was devastated at such a super weird and idiotic mistake in front of all these guitar nerds. Our bassist just said to me, "I thought you were simply playing jazz and I couldn't keep up." Ha! Big lesson I took away though is what Andy said to me afterwards, "It's only one chord! Who cares?!" And he truly didn't because we ended up doing more shows and he graciously continued using me. I love working with musicians like that who are realists. Makes playing music even more enjoyable!
AWAKEN 6 күн мурун
🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 this was so funny. O had gigs similar to this, forgetting my sheet music :(
Ken Schubert
Ken Schubert 6 күн мурун
That is hysterical and so true. We remember the crazy, odd stuff more than anything.
Heidi Mc
Heidi Mc 6 күн мурун
Great show
Trapar 137
Trapar 137 7 күн мурун
Great stories.
Islander 7 күн мурун
These guys can really hold guitars.
Tyson Jones
Tyson Jones 7 күн мурун
"You always remember the shows that it rains."
APEX riders review
APEX riders review 7 күн мурун
Take it easy there Rick! Antidepressants?
William Furner
William Furner 7 күн мурун
The oddest gig that I auditioned for was a talent show off of VanEss Ave at the Jack Tarr Hotel in San Francisco Ca. It was called “Music Is Life”. About 400 people auditioned for it. I was one of the 4 who won it fingerpicking n novelty songs To make a long story short, the person who organized it was a severe alcoholic and got a lonely older woman to invest $10,000 to rent a large hall so he could use up the money fo his drinking passion:) This video is a special one because it shows even great players mess up or have to adapt to very humble circumstances! Plus the gift of “laughing it off”! Which is a very valuable gift indeed so shown to perfection!!! Thanks!!
Peter Ciesla
Peter Ciesla 7 күн мурун
Thanks for sharing!
Kane Newman
Kane Newman 7 күн мурун
This is giving me pure anxiety
fenderjag114 7 күн мурун
I did almost exactly the same thing as Tim, on a vastly smaller scale, but still significant to the artist. A friend was launching her CD and she only had one acoustic. She needed a second acoustic for a song in a different tuning, so she wouldn't have to retune onstage. I told her she could use my Larrivee acoustic-electric. I brought it to her house the day before, she retuned it, tried it out, and everything was fine. The next day she plugged it in minutes before the show was to start and...no amplified sound. We couldn't figure it out, but finally, after a very long five minutes, realized it must be the battery. Luckily, somebody was able to find a 9V, and the show went on. Not The Tonight Show by a long shot, but still, it was her CD launch and I would have felt awful if I had messed it up. I blamed myself for not thinking to put in a new battery before bringing it over to her place.
ACCPhil 7 күн мурун
First ever (rock) gig. Sixth form (senior high?) band. We had learned a few Cure covers and some other stuff and offered to play at a school event. We managed to borrow a smoke machine. Thinking of dry-ice, we thought that if we filled the space behind the curtains, then when they opened, the smoke would pour out. Not so with normal stage smoke. So, the curtains opened and the smoke just stayed there. We couldn't see each other, we couldn't read our set lists, couldn't work out what was happening. Second worst gig was when my favourite coat went missing from the dressing room at the Jericho Tavern in Oxford. I reckon it was Jonny Greenwood. Radiohead were playing the Jericho a lot around that time. They went on to be Radiohead. I work in IT.
Noah Rocks
Noah Rocks 7 күн мурун
lean on me
Heikki Warma
Heikki Warma 7 күн мурун
I fell a sleep in the middle of song😁. I play a lot with my eyes closed. Sitting playing acoustic guitar.
Jacques D
Jacques D 7 күн мурун
Piezo = pee-ey-zo. Not "pie-zo". But cool story.
Bill Byrd
Bill Byrd 7 күн мурун
Rick, consider getting a hold of Aldo Nova, (fellow Canuck) who surely blew out many a cheap car stereo in 1982 with the blistering power chord riff starting at 1:04 of ‘Fantasy’ …
Ed B
Ed B 7 күн мурун
Your video made my day. Great laughs!
Gene Schmidt
Gene Schmidt 7 күн мурун
Great stories!
Tim Bryant
Tim Bryant 7 күн мурун
You could do an entire series of these cause we all have stories of triumph and tragedy...
Welcome to Shangri La
Welcome to Shangri La 7 күн мурун
lolol "Trauma needs to be put away." Hear hear.
Welcome to Shangri La
Welcome to Shangri La 7 күн мурун
*Still* ...just a liiiittle bit of terror/regret. You can see it in his face. Kudos for Pierce being able to look back and laugh.
Mike Ziemba
Mike Ziemba 7 күн мурун
Once upon a time, a friend of mine was getting married. He asked me to accompany a vocalist on guitar. Our mission was to play, you guessed it, "The Wedding Song." I met the vocalist and we did a brief rehearsal and everything was fine - we got this...However, somehow we were asked to set up in the choir loft - I set up on one side of a large pipe organ and the vocalist set up on the other side. Basically, we could not see each other at all. I began the song in what I thought was an appropriate tempo, but the vocalist had other ideas and began singing about twice as fast as I was playing! As I tried to speed up to catch her, she slowed down - and back and forth it went. It was terrible and maybe 4 of the worst minutes in music history. I wanted to hide for the rest of the day. It gets better - it was really hot in the church and we had the bachelor's party the night before complete with the required overconsumption of adult beverages. All of this conspired against the best man passes out on the alter! Wait for it...moments later, the groom started to sway back and forth, but managed to not pass out. Somehow this all became my fault...
Rich F
Rich F 7 күн мурун
Had same experience with my wah pedal, went through soundcheck frustrated, pulling leads from the desk...swapped 3 guitars, gig starts....song 5 kicked in where I needed to use wah wah and realised the little bastard was on all the time ....🤦‍♂️ lesson learned ...buy wah with led light / don’t drink 2 pints of Stella during soundcheck...
B. Thayer
B. Thayer 7 күн мурун
Played a gig at one of the local hot spots - the kind of place you dream of playing as you work your way up the bar circuit. Second to last song, the resonant (snare-side) head spectacularly blows out. I had no backup snare. Played the last song with a snare that sounded like a bongo.
Doctor Strainlove
Doctor Strainlove 7 күн мурун
Maybe this is proof that epiphone is making better product these days than gibson
AJs Design lab
AJs Design lab 7 күн мурун
I was concerned there was going to be another disaster, this time on the video... the way Tim kept swinging around in his seat, so many times it looked like he was about to slam his guitar into yours.
Nemanja Ignjatović
Nemanja Ignjatović 7 күн мурун
Is there a link for the episode of The Tonight Show they were talking about?
psousa333 7 күн мурун
Got to love Tim! seems like a genuine dude. ( and great musician!)
Mr Nelsonius
Mr Nelsonius 7 күн мурун
“You have to have a military attitude on the road”. I know for a fact that people outside music can’t understand why I’m so rigid and task focused while touring (I have fun, but I also act like I’m at work until we’re out of the venue for the night). This is why. Everything can fall apart in an instant if you’re not on top of it haha. Tim’s stories gave me so much anxiety because we’ve all been there and cosmic snafus are bound to happen.
Michael James
Michael James 7 күн мурун
Rick is TIm hold ing the new USA Casino? If so did you try it and what did you think?
Fuk Hue
Fuk Hue 7 күн мурун
I can relate. Even on an amature level sometimes things go wrong and afterwords you laugh it off like these guys are doing but at the time it's like "oh hell, what am I going to do?" One of mine was I bought a wireless unit. First one so I knew very little about how it worked. I bought a brand new Duracell 9v battery for the transmitter. Half way through the first set I'm playing a solo in a song. All eyes on me then it goes dead. I thought it failed only to find out the new battery had been on the shelf so long it was almost dead when I started playing. The other really embarrassing moments are getting lost and playing out of key on an improvised solo. Damn it!
Brian Kirchhoff
Brian Kirchhoff 7 күн мурун
I'm having a panic attack just listening to these stories...
Hairyman169 7 күн мурун
watch the video without sound and whatch ricks hands
Hairyman169 7 күн мурун
has no one noticed that rick is miming chrords and riffs the entire video
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