It's a good thing people aren't prone to panic, frustration, and anger when it comes to air travel. The Current reports Southwest Airlines and Warner Music Nashville announced a new deal this week that will see country musicians performing in-air concerts during some Southwest flights. And if that sounds like a nightmare at 20,000 feet to you, you aren't alone. "I know everyone's piling on Southwest about in-flight concerts, but one small point: it would be the greatest evil the world has ever known," reads one tweet. Another Twitter user adds: "i want to listen to a Man yodeling while i am trapped inside of a Huge metal bird !!!!!!!!!! Yes !!!! give it to me southwest airlines !!!!"
The San Francisco Chronicle reports Southwest will only hold 20 mid-flight concerts per year—meaning less than 0.002% of all flights will feature live music. And the airline has actually been hosting occasional in-air concerts since 2011, according to Billboard, which states: "Passengers hope that their flight will be one of the lucky ones to feature a sure-to-go-viral performance." This appears to be one of those agree-to-disagree situations. (Read more Southwest Airlines stories.)