Fastest Time For Someone To Fall Asleep On Stage During A Live Performance

United States Cory Cavin

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New York City, New York, United States / June 18, 2011

Cory Cavin fell asleep on stage during a live performance in 17 minutes, and 50.00 seconds.

Cavin set the record at aRecordSetter LIVE!event held atJoe’s Pub[]in New York City. The event was a fundraiser for theMichael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research[].


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  • United States Bob Bryson

    Bob Bryson

    Wow. I find taking Nytol helps me sleep easily, I get mine from

  • United States Bob Bryson

    Bob Bryson


  • United States Ellie Brooker

    Ellie Brooker

    I guess what I'm wondering is was there a record of falling asleep at a live performance BEFORE this? Like I get the innate desire for humans to one-up people and world records are the best way to do that without being rude, and people will do the most random things to get there. but why would you set the first record for that? It's the most random, oddly specific thing, Like what inspired him to do that

  • United States Brooke Brooke

    Brooke Brooke

    Oh, my God. Even this would not help me to fall asleep. I don't know if I am the only one who can't sleep well without melatonin. But at least I found a pharmacy where I can order it online with free shipping. I truly recommend you not to spend money in ordinary drugstores. You can learn more about it.

  • United States Donna M

    Donna M

    I can beat that too.

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