By Jacob Giampa
It’s that time of year again, that’s right it was 89x’s Nutcracker show last week at The Detroit FIllmore. This year the main acts were Switchfoot and Panic at the Disco. Switchfoot used their set to become closer with the crowd. Their frontman spent most of his time off stage, in the crowd or climbing the walls of the venue. Highlights of their site were the tune “Meant to Love” and Beastie Boy’s “Sabotage.”
Panic! at the Disco just finished touring with Fall Out Boy, but are already back for more. Their top songs were, “I Write Sins not Tragedies” and some of their new songs “Ms Jackson” and “Girls/Girls/Boys.” Brendon Urie is am amazing live singer. During the show he showed the crowd his range by executing some extremely high pitched notes, hardcore screams, and interesting covers of AC/DC and Journey.