Jahfin Posted February 20, 2012 Share Posted February 20, 2012 I often refer to it as "the 9/11 of Rock n' Roll" as the first thing I do to this day when I enter a nightclub (or any venue) is to look for the exits. I still cringe when I think back to that night in 2003 when 100 people died at that Great White concert at The Station in Rhode Island. I feel for their families, the owners and Great White themselves. People love to point fingers and place blame but that is beside the point. That's not to say that no one is to blame because someone certainly was but the bottom line is, it could have happened anywhere or to any of us that frequently attend concerts. Nine years later, David Bettencourt, a filmmaker from Rhode Island, is making a documentary about that tragic evening which he hopes to have ready for release next year on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the fire. If you are interested in reading more about the documentary you can do so here. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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