I never thought I’d be the type of guy to think of it as spiritual or involving energy, but when the energy is good, everybody lands.
When it’s bad — let’s just say we’ve had some bad nights where the crowd will call us out on our mistakes.
It proves that it’s getting bigger everyday, and it’s an honor to come and perform at place like [Madison Square Garden].
If I stay on, I might break my neck.” It just choosing which pain is going to be worse.
We got picked up by Fuel TV, and then Johnny Knoxville saw it and asked if we wanted to take it to the next step at MTV.
We started developing a good relationship with them, and that got us on the network.
The coolest part about Madison Square Garden is that about three quarters of the crew are from the U. In big cities like New York, not that many people are even familiar with the X Games.
When we can go to arguably the most respected venue in the United States and sell it out — even having friends who came and were met with standing room only — it just made us proudly look at ourselves and say, “Man, this really worked.” There are actually people [stateside] that are into this stuff.