Last edited by cailuj365; 12-04-2010 at 11:44 PM.
Is this why Rush http://blog.limewire.com/wp-content/.../rush-band.jpg has always been a guy's band? Doubt their looks are what draws fans.
(I will say that, prior to their new album, 30 Seconds to Mars were very accessible to their fans, so you got a great show and you got to talk to the guys. Or, in my case, talk to Shannon Leto and run away from Jared. Because I'm a twit.)
I was married to one so my answer to the question is...um, no!
Does having a crush on a classmate because he's an amazing musician at the age of 16 count? If it does - am one of the females who have crushes on the musicians
Rehearsing with Percadu is a real test for one's powers - they are amazing musicians, HOT and generally good guys. Think half of the choir (both females and gays) are over them. Yours truly included
I married a guitar player and 25 years later still find him even though these days he listens to music much more than he plays it.
Franz Liszt had women fainting over him in the middle 19th century. He was very handsome, and when he gave piano concerts, he would enter, sit down at the piano, and proceed to take his white gloves off one finger at a time. he was said to have very beautiful, long-fingered hands. Women would scream and faint with each exposed finger. At least that's a story told by my music history professor! Franz was very good looking, depending on one's taste:
I had a huge crush on a cellist in the Atlanta Symphony when I was in college. I worked at the Symphony, and this cellist also taught in the Music Department where I went to school. Cellos are shaped rather like the human body, and this guy was handsome and very, very poetic. Very passionate. I followed him around like a puppy. I'm sure he got a good laugh out of it.
Last edited by Holley Calmes; 12-05-2010 at 03:45 PM.
WHO KNEW?? Liszt did a finger by finger strip tease?
Holley: I'm sure he was very flattered by the admiration! Never quite thought of the cello, guitar and violin as in the same shape as the body but it's really true. If a man can make that inanimate object "sing" as they can do sometimes with that passion....
(SD faints at the very thought of how a man's fingers can caress the guitar strings)
Last edited by SharonDudd; 12-05-2010 at 08:48 PM.
I've heard other women comment about how "all us girls love the bad boys." I had a similar conversation with a woman I used to work with and when I said "not all women" she looked at me as if I had sprouted two heads.
Myself, I prefer more clean cut men. While I can appreciate the talent and music of the rock star types I've always wondered why some women seem to go batshit over them. As you said Rex, most are beyond nasty looking (scrawny and in need of delousing) and more importantly only seem to have a fleeting aquaintance with soap and water.
It is interesting that women in the entertainment industry have to be at least good enough looking to that the record/film companies can slather them in makeup so they look "hot" but many of the men are indeed busted. I suppose that's conversation for another thread.
I guess some of the "sex symbol" types like Madonna, Christina Aguilera and Beyonce have their male fans....
From what I've heard, Janis didn't have any trouble finding men.
According to lesbianlife.com, she was bisexual.