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May 8, 2011

ARTICLE: Killjoys? Hardly

My Chemical Romance puts on 

fabulous show at House of Blues

Watertown Splash staff reporter
    “Look alive, sunshine...”
    The song began from backstage. Fans could faintly see the shadows of five silhouettes with guitars, sliding across the floor on the smoky, pitch-black stage. A blue light began to glow on the center of the stage, and lead singer Gerard Way appeared, arms raised, with the other band members starting the music around him.
    This song was “Na Na Na,” one of My Chemical Romance’s most popular songs from “Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys.”
    The crowd at House of Blues, realizing that the band they came for was about to play, went wild -- a wave of excited, jumping fans arose from the seats on the balcony and the sea of fans on the floor level began to ripple with hundreds of people pushing to get as close to the band as possible.
    On May 5, 2011, increasingly popular alternative rock band My Chemical Romance had a concert at the House of Blues in Boston, which attracted a long line of fans who wanted to see their favorite band live.
    My Chemical Romance (also well known as “My Chem” or just “MCR”) arrived at the House of Blues, located on 15 Lansdowne St., Boston, on Cinco de Mayo to perform another concert to support “Danger Days,” its latest album.
    Throughout the concert, MCR was brilliant; all band members making the audience really feel at home and being very friendly with them, and making it one of their best concerts of all time.
    The night began with the opening bands, The Architects and Thursday. For about an hour, the opening bands welcomed concert-goers and introduced themselves (and the band members of MCR, sharing their stories about working with them).
    After they played a few of their songs, they disappeared backstage, the lights turned down, and the highly anticipated main performance was about to begin.

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