Full story at Rolling Stone:
As Canadian investigators sift through the remains of last Saturday’s Radiohead concert in Toronto, looking for clues as to why the stage collapsed before the show and killed the band’s drum technician, veteran concert producers are calling for fundamental industry changes. “You need to go to steel,” says Lars Brogaard, Rod Stewart’s production manager since 1985.
On Saturday, the stage Radiohead was preparing to perform on at Toronto’s Downsview Park collapsed, killing one of Radiohead’s drum technicians, Scott Thompson.... Read Post
The tragic stage collapse that killed Radiohead’s drum technician, Scott Johnson, and injured three others in Toronto last week also damaged components of the band’s intricate stage and lighting setup. This lead to the band cancelin... Read Post