Clutch Singer Moved By Paris Show In Wake Of Terrorist Attacks

(Classic Rock) Neil Fallon has thanked the people of Paris after Clutch played in the French capital in the wake of this month's terror attacks. The frontman described the show at Le Trabendo on November 27 as "the most moving experience" he'd ever had with the band.

On November 13, 130 people were killed across Paris in a coordinated series of shootings and suicide bombings, with 89 of those murdered at an Eagles Of Death Metal show at the Bataclan venue. Extremist group IS claimed responsibility for the murders.

In an Instagram post, Fallon says: "I've been doing this for nearly 25 years now and last night's show in Paris was the most moving experience I've ever had while performing with JP, Tim, and Dan.

"Nothing out of the ordinary happened. People danced. People sang. People threw litres of beer across the room. By all accounts, it was a typical rock show. But these seemingly ordinary behaviours were extraordinary.

"The show wasn't about Clutch. It wasn't about rock'n'roll. It was about the fans. It was about Paris. It was about the indomitable spirit of humanity's best retaliating against its worst... with joy." Read more here.

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