As Sal said this morning, "Happy Birthday Peter T. Steele you are and always be an inspiration" Please leave your favorite memories of the Green Man here.
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view 666 - Says it all. 1. time Type O for me in Copenhagen - September 30. 1994 in Pumpehuset - which were where you guys played one year ago. However Type O was on the stage Upstairs.
my 2. time Type O were surpose to play May 15th 1997 in Copenhagen Venue Vega in the big hall, however they got court at the border in a truck strike. So we all got free tickets to the Marylin Manson which were surpose to be in the same Venue small Hall - but he was moved to the big hall - And not many new who this freak was, me meither. FUN. And we also still keept our tickets for the replaced Type O Concert Later on. I can't recall the exact other years - but also saw Carnevor when in Copenhagen and Type O in Amager Bio 2010 after having a barbecue in our garden close to the venue. We also went to see Danzig a few Times in Sweden, I like to put out the best time with Johnny - and 40 other fans in Mejeriet in Lund - that was a blast. I think Johnny managed to break 3 drumshins during that concert yeahhh that was good. I recall,appreaciate Peter for being in the front, without knowin this big Guy, he had this magic power in which he claim the venue. His gone - but difinetely not forgotten.
Never saw them live unfortunately, but Type O Negative music save me from many bad situations. It heals you and makes you go on and on... Peter was one of the most admirable people, HE was the Green Man. Happy Birthday Peter.
*Tomorrow I'll get a tattoo in his honor, and Type O Negative.
I saw TON on their last UK tour in 2007.
In 2003 my wife and I were fortunate enough to score tix to the fan-club-only show at CBGBs before the release of "Life is Killing Me". It was a once-in-a-lifetime show- we met Johnny Kelly afterwords (whatta guy!). Pete had a ginormous bottle of wine he was drinking from throughout the show, and a small (by comparison) bottle of water. Towards the show, he winged the water bottle, striking my wife in the ankle. After the initial ouchie, my wife got an idea. One of our friends in New Hampshire was (is) obsessed with Peter. My wife saved the bottle, and presented it to her, saying it was up to her to deal with the Pete DNA on the bottle! We also got her an exclusive TON "hospital scrub" shirt to prove we were there and not ribbing her. Awesome band, awesome bunch of guys, and it's great to see Sal, Johnny, et al flying the Vinnland flag high! Easily the highlight of the dozen plus shows we saw from the boys! RIP Peter, we miss you.
Happy Birthday Big Man! I still have awesome memories of when you threw a pumpkin off of the stage from the October Rust tour and it hit the most annoying girl in the arena right in the face, causing her to backwards summersault off of her douchebag boyfriends shoulders, up at Saratoga Winners in upstate NY. It really brought joy to alot of people! -KRYSTOF
I will never forget crossing a mosh pit to stand at the feet of Peter Steele at a Mulcahy's gig in 2007.It was the first and sadly the last time that I got to see TON live but I was also fortunate to have gotten to meet them too.Peter's charm, dark humor, and genuine regard for his fans were unforgettable, as well.Happy Birthday Peter. <3
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