...like the time we were almost kilt by a Flying Bed at the end of "On the Run" during the "Momentary Lapse of Reason" concert in Madison Square Garden)
1978 Berkeley Community Theater ( a pretty small venue), Peter Gabriel began the show with the house light up singing some inane lullyby about his teddybear … the lights go down and band begins with "Broadway" … he's singing but nowhere to be seen. Seems he started about in the middle of the place in the crowd, climbing over seats to the stage. Yep, I had his foot planted right on my shoulder. Years later during the So tour it was kinda scary for him to crowd surf (I bet he was one of the first to do that) … I saw him do it two nights in a row at the Forum … the energy was unreal.
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