And One singer Steve Naghavi didn't go missing in Moscow - he just canceled 2 And One concerts at the last minutePosted on 19/03/11
This rather disturbing news just came in. We got info in that And One singer Steve Naghavi
has gone missing in Moscow didn't bother going to Moscow. His disappearance no-showing-up has lead to the cancellation of 2 scheduled And One concerts in Moscow last night and St Petersburg tonight.
According to the promotor the shows were canceled because of personal reasons. And One would also never have landed in Moscow. Apparently the promotor of the Moscow show was informed only 7 hours before doors opened.
Not exactly what you'd call professional behaviour. 'To pull an And One' stands now for canceling gigs at the last minute. Anyhow, for those who still wonder, Steve left a message below saying he is OK.
The ongoing cancelations of shows have clearly left their footprint on how people look at And One live. Read the comments in our today's battle of the bands on Facebook between Nitzer Ebb and And One.
Update: Apparently the whole was launched as a publicity stunt. Very lame.
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Posted by B. Van Isacker
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