I was at The Boiler Room Saturday night . . . waiting patiently for Jaclyn to take the stage . . . when news broke about Sugarland's stage collapsing at the Indiana State Fair. It didn't take long at all for video footage to make its way to You Tube, so we were passing our smartphones around so just about everyone in the crowd could see what happened. The footage was startling. I have probably been to a hundred concerts or so in my time and have emceed many of them. I have walked on stages, just like that one, dozens of times. In fact, I've stood on stages, just like that one, and have watched storms blow in and send crowds running for cover. I think that's why I have been so fascinated with this recent tragedy. I just can't quit watching the video clips and reading eyewitness accounts of what happened. But, because I have been so obsessed with this tragedy at the Indiana State Fair, I have noticed some serious problems with the stories about what really happened. The more people talk, the more information that comes to light, it is growing more and more evident that somebody, somewhere, dropped the ball.