“Certainly there’s a lot of fault to go around in this case. However, having said that, Ms. Nettles and Mr. Bush are at the top of the decision tree. They had the opportunity to postpone this and chose not to. We need to know why and whether there was a legitimate reason,” Allen said.
Sugarland’s attorneys have called the high winds that toppled the stage rigging an “act of God” and denied the band had any responsibility for the stage construction or to warn fans.
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