Discussion in 'Musicians' started by Ged, Oct 4, 2018.
Well. Tell me about it.
No, I don't think so. Not yet anyway...there is always time for people to disappoint me
No, but I've done the reverse and ended up liking folks I never cared for earlier in life. Not going to elaborate. Though I wouldn't say they became an idol or hero, just I respect them more now that theyve gone. Sometimes it won't sink in until too late.
same. i don't really have idols though, i don't think. if i did, it would be people i already know well enough that i wouldn't be likely to be surprised by them.
I wouldnt say Bill Cosby was an idol, but I did like him a lot and was raised on the Cosby Show
So yeah, very disappointed there
Not idols, but HF is full of disappointments.
I've never had an idol.
The Beatles...pretentious twats.
I wouldn't even call him my idol and I don't hate him as a person, but I do hate it when the rich do stuff like that.
I've never had an idol but I'm also not a musician so I shouldn't be commenting in this thread.
I idolized David Gilmour and he hasn't let me down .
Bob Weir mumbles dumb pr shit sometimes won't hold it against him..
Mark Knoplfer can do no wrong.
top angelic persons taking up space in my head.
was this always in the musicians forum? i thought i was better at paying attention to where i'm posting.
Yeah i wouldnt have brought up Dr. Huxtable if I had noticed
So changing my answer - i never idolized John Lennon but definitely started noticing his general douchebaggery after being a Beatles fan for a few years
I've always been more concerned that those who I've idolized hated me. I don't really hate anyone, but also I don't particularly idolize anyone. Nobody's perfect. But you mean like if I really thought Eddie Vedder was cool and then ended up not liking him at all. I thought that was happening, but I realized something. Ed is cool.
"Hate" is a strong word but Alex Grey was my favorite artist for awhile and I even liked his book The Mission of Art. I went to an event for Bicycle Day / 420 where he was doing a live painting and he greeted several people afterwards. I tried to briefly greet him but he brushed me off and I lost a little respect for him after that.
1982 I thought Michael Jackson was like the 2nd coming of Jesus, 2nd son of Krypton, above us mere mortals.
...and then, well you know how that goes
ya I wouldn't use idol or hate..both kinda strong to describe my feelings about steven tyler from Aerosmith...although he is trying to claw back some dignity after American idol...las vegas isnt helping
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