Disturbed Singer Stops Show To Rescue Woman From Mosh Pit
Disturbed frontman David Draiman recently stopped a show to save a girl from a mosh pit. A fan-shot video shows Draiman standing at the corner of the stage saying, "Ladies, gentlemen, I'm talking to you here right at the front. All of you, I saw what happened." After the video briefly cuts out and starts again, Draiman approaches the front of the stage and points, saying, "You my dear...would you like to come up here for the last song?"
A security guard lifts a woman onto the stage and she stands next to Draiman, who continues, "On behalf of the gentlemen of Disturbed, I want to apologize for you getting jumped into our gang . . . There are some crazy idiots out there who would call me sexist for insisting on protecting a woman . . . Anyone who isn't as strong as you deserves your protection." Draiman then invites the woman, who is apparently named Sammie, to sit near the drum kit.
Disturbed is currently on tour in support of its latest album, Evolution. The trek next stops in Minneapolis on Friday (February 1st).
Evolution, Disturbed's seventh studio LP, came out last October and contains the rock radio singles "Are You Ready" and "A Reason To Fight."