I've seen a great number of things in the last year being on the road professionally. These incidents range from love-birds loving, intense arguments, near fist-fights, arrests, wardrobe malfunctions, etc. Thursday, the first day of a 3 day run, we're in the upper peninsula of Michigan halfway through the second set of the night. "Main Street" by Bob Seger is called (I can't stand Seger so go ahead and cast shade.) So to kill time, I have to play extended solos. I'm almost done with a solo and I see a guy fall but only the last two or three inches to the ground thinking he's just lost his balance reaching for something on the floor from his chair. A few seconds go by and I get the attention of the singer because he hasn't managed to get up. So we stop playing and clear the stage. There's talk that he's diabetic and went hyperglycaemic. The demographic in a casino on a Thursday night is typically older people so I guess this is a regular occurrence and security doesn't seem to be in a rush. Next thing I know we're being told to leave the room and they start performing cpr on him and close the curtains over the doors so no-one can see in. This goes on for 25 minutes until an ambulance shows up and they run in, but walk out. Not a good sign. Now we hear from security we can't go back in until the body has been moved. This is by far the most notable thing I've ever seen from the stage and I genuinely hope all performers never have to share the same experience for their sake and the sake of the family and friends involved.