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Adele calls out a fan for videotaping her during a concert




Festival-goers use their cellphones and cameras to record their experiences at the concert.
Festival-goers use their cellphones and cameras to record their experiences at the concert.
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During a recent stop in Verona, Italy for her world tour, the Grammy award winner stopped in the middle of her performance to tell an audience member to stop filming her with her video camera.

Adele told the fan to enjoy the singer “in real life” because there were plenty of others who would have loved to see her perform in person.

Do you have a story of your concert experience being ruined by someone holding up their cellphones in your line of view? Or do you defend the right to take video of  your favorite musician? Give us a call.

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Dave Brooks, founder and editor of Amplify, which covers all aspects of the music business



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