Good Charlotte Visits Google

By Nathan Weinberg

Google got a concert from the band Good Charlotte. It was covered by multiple Googler blogs, including Chris DiBona (who chose an Electronic Frontier Foundation talk instead), Jason Shellen (who has a photo of the band as they were about to take the stage) and Kimbalina (who has more photos, and says they were awesome). Here are some of Kim’s Flickr photos of the concert:

Great pics, obviously. Good Charlotte is most famous for the 2003 chart-topper Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, which probably wouldn’t be appreciated by some of the richer Googlers…

I’d like to see them spend a week
Livin’ life out on the street
I don’t think they would survive
If they could spend a day or two
Walkin’ in someone else’s shoes
I think they’d stumble and they’d fall
They would fall…

Lifestyles of the rich and the famous
They’re always complainin’
Always complainin’…
If money is such a problem
Well they’ve got mansions
Think we should rob them

If you vaguely remember them (god, the music industry moves fast), read the Wikipedia entry. Looks like they’re attempting to get back to their roots with a new album next year.

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September 28, 2006 by Nathan Weinberg in:
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