Shows I Go To http://showsigoto.com Music Magazine Tue, 21 Nov 2017 20:46:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9 http://showsigoto.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/cropped-SIGT-Icon-Favicon-1-1-32x32.png Shows I Go To http://showsigoto.com 32 32 WATCH: The String Cheese Incident at Suwannee Hulaween 2017 (Saturday, Set II) http://showsigoto.com/watch-string-cheese-incident-suwannee-hulaween-2017/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 13:59:37 +0000 http://showsigoto.com/?p=88131 Once again, The String Cheese Incident hosted the greatest Halloween party ever at their annual Suwannee Hulaween festival upon the magical grounds of The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida. The lineup could not have been more stacked and the place could not have been more packed. A record sold out crowd gathered for four [&hellip

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Once again, The String Cheese Incident hosted the greatest Halloween party ever at their annual Suwannee Hulaween festival upon the magical grounds of The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida. The lineup could not have been more stacked and the place could not have been more packed. A record sold out crowd gathered for four days, communally basking in the best in funk, rock, reggae and electronic tunes, including Umphrey’s McGee, Spafford, Mike Gordon, and Joe Russo’s Almost Dead.

CHECK OUT OUR HULAWEEN 2017 LIVE REVIEW!

The String Cheese Incident played seven sets throughout the weekend, including two on Friday, three on Saturday (including the special “Night Of The Loving Dead” costumed love-themed cover set featuring guest collaborators), and two on Sunday.

Watch the second set from Saturday (minus the last song), courtesy of The Sober Goat! Enjoy the sweet sounds as well as the vivid visuals from the lucid lights and lasers.

SETLIST: Saturday Set II
00:00 Let’s Go Outside
06:41 Rollover ~
25:56 Song In My Head ~
34:43 You Wreck Me*
42:14 Outside Inside**
Bumpin’ Reel*** (not in video)

*Tom Petty cover
**with Roosevelt Collier on lap steel; Dear Mr. Fantasy tease
***with Kamasi Washington on saxophone

THANK YOU FOR ANOTHER MARVELOUS HULA!!!

The String Cheese Incident is:
Michael Kang – guitar
Billy Nershi – guitar
Kyle Hollingsworth – keyboards, piano
Keith Moseley – bass
Michael Travis – drums, percussion
Jason Hann – percussion

PHOTOS

WATCH: The String Cheese Incident at Suwannee Hulaween (Saturday, Set II) by Richie (The Sober Goat)

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CHON, Circa Survive, Thrice Live Review & Photos | House of Blues Orlando | Friday, November 10, 2017 http://showsigoto.com/chon-circa-survive-thrice-live-review-photos-house-blues-orlando-friday-november-10-2017/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 05:03:33 +0000 http://showsigoto.com/?p=88123 It was a ramshackle, hot mess, erratic kinda night. Last minute carpool plans, quick scrolls through Facebook to see if anyone was giving up a ticket to the sold out show, and getting just the right buzz before 7pm to prepare myself for a monumental night.  While I love the convenience and location of the [&hellip

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It was a ramshackle, hot mess, erratic kinda night. Last minute carpool plans, quick scrolls through Facebook to see if anyone was giving up a ticket to the sold out show, and getting just the right buzz before 7pm to prepare myself for a monumental night. 

While I love the convenience and location of the downtown Orlando venues, there’s something about good ol’ House of Blues that just draws me into the musical experience. Maybe it’s the adventure getting there, the whimsical adornment of art in which I find something new every time, or the way the building just carries the energy of the thousands of performers who have graced its stage. 

What made me excited for this show in particular was the impressive lineup , all multidimensional artists who I’ve either grown up with or grown to love. From the hardcore post-grunge sound of Balance & Composure to the rather lighthearted yet complex Chon, from emo veterans Circa Survive to the heavy and cathartic tone of Thrice. I was ready for it all. 

I started listening to Chon last summer, and had the delight of seeing them headline The Homey Tour this past June with other math rock compatriots like Tera Melos and covet. Check out my review of that show here. While that performance at The Beacham opened my eyes to the vastness of their talent, the large venue distracted from the technical intricacies of their set. On the contrary, their crisp, clean, and perfectly discombobulated soundscapes rippled through House of Blues. From beachside tunes like “Can’t Wait” and “Waterslide” to masterful and rhythmically complex offerings like “Fall,” their summertime sounds felt and sounded just right on that chilly October night. 

You know a sold out show at House of Blues when you’re in one; Every nook and cranny packed with sweaty fans itching for the best spot. It was a rowdy bunch that night, from stoner misfits with Chon beanies to hardcore Circa fans donning shirts from their 2005 tour. I loved them all. 

Next up was Circa Survive, one of my favorites since middle school. I’ve grown up with the group over the years, taking more of a liking to Anthony Green’s solo work recently, which reveals a more mellowed out version of him than we saw tonight. But lets be honest, seeing Green perform in Circa is downright iconic and a show I can finally scratch off my bucket (list) full of emo tears. They transitioned back and forth from old hits like “The Difference Between Medicine and Poison Is in the Dose” and “In Fear and Faith” to tracks from their latest album The Amulet like “Lustration” and “Tunnel Vision.” 

Green’s physical movements alone were nothing short of beautifully neurotic, and coupled with the high-pitched ring of his distinctive voice, it was the quintessential performance I had so eagerly anticipated.  His body flung across the stage, microphone swinging like Adam Lazarra circa 2004 (see gif below). Circa revisited every era of their story and took us through the entire spectrum of emotions as we swayed and chanted along, unequivocally captivated.

If four hours of uninterrupted debauchery weren’t enough, Thrice sealed my fate that night—starting with the banger “The Earth Will Shake.” They’re a band who’s been through shit, including a two-year hiatus, and it’s great to see them better than ever with the release of To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere. Nevertheless, their newfound maturity still carries the signature adrenalized, coarse momentum that has kept them shaking crowds since 1998. 

Live Review by Ariel Rivera

Photos by Evan Travelstead

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Chon & Tera Melos Live Review & Photos | Masters of Math Rock | The Beacham, Orlando | June 24, 2017 http://showsigoto.com/chon-tera-melos-live-review/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 03:05:25 +0000 http://showsigoto.com/?p=80519 I’ve been thinking a lot about the evolution of my music taste since I was young. I’m kind of at that weird age where I don’t feel quite like a kid but I definitely don’t feel like a grown up yet (or do we always feel that way?). I found myself listening to a lot [&hellip

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I’ve been thinking a lot about the evolution of my music taste since I was young. I’m kind of at that weird age where I don’t feel quite like a kid but I definitely don’t feel like a grown up yet (or do we always feel that way?). I found myself listening to a lot of the old post-hardcore and punk music I liked back in the day, like The Early November and Circa Survive, but wanting something more; Like all of that old stuff should’ve grown up with me.

A Brief History of Math Rock (From My Perspective)

Turns out I wasn’t the only one dusting off old Saves the Day vinyls, and there were such bands out there. Emo revivalists like Tigers Jaw and Cymbals Eat Guitars grew with fans of the genre, and took it back to its very roots. On the more experimental and technical side of the spectrum, math rock was born. Gone was any sense of rhythm, and in its place choppy, neurotic riffs and breakdowns that enthrall you as you try to follow along. Pioneers like This Town Needs Guns (TTNG) and Enemies take a departure from the norm and and ask their listeners to think mathematically, to break the songs apart, and to reveal their complexities.

The history of math rock goes back way farther than post-hardcore or midwest emo, with roots in everything from jazz to prog rock and all the way back to 70s punk. You can read more about the history of math rock (from a real journalistic perspective) here.

…And Then There Was Tera Melos

Math Rock seemed like it had no rules. Then Tera Melos invented something all their own. Noisy, messy, twisted, and absolutely thrilling. Seeing them live is better than my already-high expectations. The eccentric time signatures and hypnotic electronics coupled with the rage of punk make for an unpredictable and fascinating show; The kind of performance where you don’t know if you should be dancing or staring in awe.

Due to its many influences, math rock shows always attract an eclectic and diverse group of people. But everyone there is on the same vibration; Drunk as hell, feeling groovy, and totally enraptured by the musical mastery.

Sprang Break Forever

Chon takes the stage. Framed by fake fluorescent palm trees, they introduce us to spring break on acid. Hints of reggae compliment jazzy melodies and progressive distortions, from slow, almost glowing, melodies to choppy breakdowns. The neon lights, the barbie trees, the summer ambiance — it all works together. Like their theme implies, they ride the turbulent waves of their nonsensical rhythm. 

Chon is smoother around the edges than Tera Melos, but develops throughout the set, playing beachside bangers followed by deep, reverberating soundscapes. The packed crowd keeps up, going from a bouncing and swaying mass to a frenzy of flying limbs.

Their tour follows the June release of their second full-length album, “Homey,” a more laid-back, jauntier direction than the punkier tracks of previous albums. Songs like “Feel This Way” are more electronic than rock, almost to the likes of Pretty Lights. While I’m not entirely satisfied with the direction they’ve headed, “Homey” is still high on my list of summer jams.

The Southern California-natives brings the west coast to the east. They give us an intricate work of art, radiating the emotions of San Diego summers. It’s chill to listen to, explosive to dance to, and complex enough to make me step back and appreciate the brilliant minds that are carving their own path in the future of math rock.

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Songs, Son! | Son Volt Live Review | St. Augustine Amphitheatre’s Backporch Stage | Friday, November 17, 2017 http://showsigoto.com/son-volt-live-review-2017/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 00:19:53 +0000 http://showsigoto.com/?p=88114 Abe is playing a familiar tune on his acoustic guitar. He and his buddy Micah are sitting around the campfire playing a distinct sound. The instantly recognizable textures of something somewhat exclusive. I’m nearly forty but they are giving me shit about being a kid. Abe is my neighbor at the incomparable Anastasia State Park, [&hellip

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Abe is playing a familiar tune on his acoustic guitar. He and his buddy Micah are sitting around the campfire playing a distinct sound. The instantly recognizable textures of something somewhat exclusive. I’m nearly forty but they are giving me shit about being a kid. Abe is my neighbor at the incomparable Anastasia State Park, one of Florida’s true gems. Recognizable textures shake loose into what is clearly Jason Isbell’s ‘Elephant.’

We have just seen Son Volt play the St. Augustine Amphitheatre’s Backporch Stage. Blue and green lights illuminated scrub oaks. The night is brisk. Abe’s fire is welcoming, as is his drunken guitar playing. We sing a chorus and a half then forget what comes next. On to another song where the display of futility is repeated.

This moment is seventeen years in the making. Son Volt first formed from the aftermath of seminal 90s Americana band Uncle Tupelo. They entered this author’s life circa 2000. Anticipation of that length often leads to a letdown. A band can’t help but end up mythologized in your mind after that amount of time.

Son Volt shattered expectations. The band took the stage with a handful of their charging rock songs. On record, Farrar’s poetry distracts from how hard the band rocks.

“Saint Genevieve can hold back the water/But saints don’t bother with a tear stained eye,” he sings on “Tear-stained eye.”

Son Volt at St. Augustine Amphitheatre

Son Volt at St. Augustine Amphitheatre

The lyric sticks with you. It’s one you need a few moments to process. Son Volt is happy to oblige. The setlist is balanced to ebb and flow, giving the listener appropriate time to catch up then hitting us with another body shot of guitars and drums. Son Volt’s live show is a hearty, chunky stew- bits of comfort alongside moments of surprise.  

Isbell himself once tweeted, “Watching (Son Volt frontman) Jay Farrar in Columbia, MO. So many beautiful songs. Us Americana folk owe that guy a huge debt.” The last notes of our third attempt at Outfit waft into the salty air back at the campsite. In that moment the connection becomes clear. Farrar and his Son Volt vehicle set the standard for Americana music. Their influence can be found in the tight live shows of legends in the making like Isbell and Sturgill Simpson, and at a campsite, while the night winds down.

Friday night at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre’s back porch stage was sorcerous. A show at Florida’s most beautiful venue is always a special experience but this one managed to emerge as something more powerful than the norm.

Son Volt Live Review by Jason Earle.   

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FOO FIGHTERS Party Bus! “Shows I Go FOO” | April 25, 2018 | On Sale Now! http://showsigoto.com/foo-fighters-party-bus/ Mon, 20 Nov 2017 21:20:29 +0000 http://showsigoto.com/?p=88103 If you’re going to see Foo Fighters in Tampa, ride with us! The Shows I Go Foo Party Bus is safe and reliable transportation from Orlando, FL to the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre in Tampa, FL on Wednesday, April 25, 2018! Pre-game party with SIGT! Please Note: The SIGT Party Bus is for Partiers 21+ years [&hellip

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If you’re going to see Foo Fighters in Tampa, ride with us! The Shows I Go Foo Party Bus is safe and reliable transportation from Orlando, FL to the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre in Tampa, FL on Wednesday, April 25, 2018! Pre-game party with SIGT!

FOO FIGHTERS PARTY BUS TICKETS HERE!

Please Note: The SIGT Party Bus is for Partiers 21+ years of age.

What’s included:

  • Round Trip transportation on a luxury party bus.
  • Complimentary Drinks  — Craft Beers from a local brewery (2 Kegs on Bus), Liquors from our sponsors, Soft Drinks, Mixers, and Water!
  • Complimentary Food — Publix Sandwiches, Party trays, Snacks, and more.
  • Complimentary Entry to our raffle to win prizes & packages from Park Ave CDs, Ten 10 Brewing, and tickets to upcoming concerts from SIGT!
  • Become a Shows I Go To team member for the day and get a free T-Shirt!
  • Get a professional photo of the whole crew (including YOU) emailed to you after the show.
  • Exclusive Pre-Party at the venue’s tailgating area.
  • The Guarantee this will be an unforgettable experience! 😎


Pricing – $99 per partier. (concert ticket not included)

Bus Leaves at 3:30 p.m. sharp from Target Parking Lot (718 Maguire Blvd).

Itinerary – Wednesday, April 25, 2018

3:00 pm – Bus arrives at Target on Colonial Drive — 718 Maguire Blvd
3:15 pm – Bus begins loading
3:30 pm – Bus leaves
5:00 pm – Arrival at MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre
5:00 pm – Tailgate Pre-Party in the parking lot!
6:30 pm – Doors Open
7:30 pm – First Opener Begins
8:30 pm – FOO FIGHTERS begin
11:00 pm – Bus Leaves back to Orlando
12:30ish pm – Arrival to Target on Colonial Drive — 718 Maguire Blvd

FOO FIGHTERS PARTY BUS TICKETS HERE!


Cancellation: Once booked with us, we need a time period of at least two-week notice for cancellations. If the cancellation is made less than two weeks in advance, you will get a 50% refund.

Harm to Vehicle: Each partier is accountable for any kind of damage or harm they caused to vehicles on the period of a charter.

Puking: Please drink responsibly. We’ll have a trash can if you reallllly need to puke, but hold it together. 😉

If you have any questions or special requests, email mitch@showsigoto.com, subject “Party Bus!”

Check out previous photos from our party buses here:

Foo Fighters Party Bus by Mitch Foster.

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SIGT Photo Show // Concert Photo Prints from 2016-2017 w/ Dizzlephunk & THE STATES at 64 North, Orlando | Monday, December 18, 2017 http://showsigoto.com/photo-show-2017/ Mon, 20 Nov 2017 18:01:21 +0000 http://showsigoto.com/?p=88086 Shows I Go To (SIGT), is a national, Orlando-­based online music magazine founded in March of 2013. SIGT has grown to a staff of over 60 skilled writers and photographers. This “Shows We Went To” Photo Show, features live music photography from 2016-­2017 re­lived through the eyes and lenses of SIGT Concert Photographers. The Pop-Up [&hellip

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Shows I Go To (SIGT), is a national, Orlando-­based online music magazine founded in March of 2013. SIGT has grown to a staff of over 60 skilled writers and photographers. This “Shows We Went To” Photo Show, features live music photography from 2016-­2017 re­lived through the eyes and lenses of SIGT Concert Photographers.

Chris Cornell Soundgarden Rockville 2017 Live

Chris Cornell Soundgarden (R.I.P.) Rockville 2017. Photo by Vanessa Rios.

The Pop-Up Gallery will feature 11×14 Photo Prints & 2018 Calendars available for purchase –­­ $20 each or three (3) for $50 ­­ — these will make great holiday gifts for any music lover!

Chance-the-Rapper Tampa FL Amalie Arena

Chance The Rapper | Tampa, FL | Amalie Arena

You can pre­order prints at Facebook.com/ShowsIGoTo. Cash, Credit, and Venmo will be accepted at the event.

$5 Donation suggested @ door. All donations go to our passionate photographers featured below. <3

Jeff Roach.
Jenn Ross.
Adam Fricke.
Aaron Wockenfuss.
Carlo Cavaluzzi.
Brian Schanck.
James Strassbarker.
Carolyn Dentz.
Vanessa Rios.
Douglass Dresher.
Richie Williams “The Sober Goat.”
Matthew Weller.
Matthew Wright.
Joshua Jauz.
Nia Garza.
Randy Cook.

Live musical guest The States. Your host: DJ Dizzle Phunk.

Let’s wrap up 2017 with some drinks celebrating amazing talent!

RSVP to the SIGT PHOTO SHOW HERE!

SIGT Photo Show 2017 by Sarah Schumaker.

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6 Shows Of Christmas — 6 Private Performances. 6 Secret Locations. Complimentary Tito’s Cocktails http://showsigoto.com/6shows/ Mon, 20 Nov 2017 14:41:48 +0000 http://showsigoto.com/?p=88079 ShowsIGoTo.com is bringing the holiday cheer with: The 6 Shows of Christmas! 6 Private Performances.  6 Secret Locations. Complimentary Tito’s Cocktails & Yuengling. 6 Shows: Dec. 1: Ben Katzman’s DeGreaser, Presented by: Ugly Orange. Hosted by DJ Dizzle Phunk! Dec. 2: Chapters Presented by: Bad Balloon. Hosted by DJ Dizzle Phunk! Dec. 8: Gary Lazer [&hellip

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ShowsIGoTo.com is bringing the holiday cheer with:

The 6 Shows of Christmas!

  • 6 Private Performances. 

  • 6 Secret Locations.

  • Complimentary Tito’s Cocktails & Yuengling.


6 Shows:

Dec. 1: Ben Katzman’s DeGreaser, Presented by: Ugly Orange. Hosted by DJ Dizzle Phunk!
Dec. 2: Chapters Presented by: Bad Balloon. Hosted by DJ Dizzle Phunk!
Dec. 8: Gary Lazer Eyes & Pathos Pathos (Acoustic). Hosted by DJ Dizzle Phunk!
Dec. 9: ?????? & Someday River (Acoustic). Hosted by FoxForce005!
Dec. 15: The Evan Taylor Jones Trio. Hosted by FoxForce005!
Dec. 16: Electric Dawn. Hosted by DJ Dizzle Phunk!

GET ALL ACCESS VIP TICKETS HERE!

GET TICKETS TO THE 6 SHOWS OF XMAS HERE!

RSVP TO THE 6 SHOWS OF XMAS HERE!


Join us for six very unique evenings. 

Each show will begin at 7pm sharp.

Ending promptly at 9pm.

Exact address emailed with ticket.

Formal holiday attire recommended.


Two (2) complimentary cocktails included in admission price.

Additional cocktails and beverages available by donation.

Don’t forget to bring cash to stuff in your bartender’s stockings! 😉

No outside food or beverages permitted.

18+ to attend. Must be 21+ to drink alcohol.


This is a paperless event.

All tickets are scannable from your phone.


SIGT 6 Shows Of Xmas - FINAL-min (1)

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HUGE Thanks to our friends Ugly Orange, Bad Balloon, and Tito’s Vodka!

Ugly Orange Orlando

Bad Balloon Orlando

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WATCH: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead | Suwannee Hulaween 2017 http://showsigoto.com/watch-joe-russos-almost-dead-suwannee-hulaween-2017/ Sun, 19 Nov 2017 18:42:00 +0000 http://showsigoto.com/?p=88043 The Thursday pre-party evening at Suwannee Hulaween is going down like this: 5:30 Spafford, 6:30 Lettuce, 7:45 Umphrey’s McGee, 8:45 Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, 9:45 Umphrey’s McGee, 11:00 Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, 12:30 Greensky Bluegrass. JRAD returns to The Amphitheatre Stage at The Spirit to once again pay tribute to the Grateful Dead, this time with TWO SETS of [&hellip

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The Thursday pre-party evening at Suwannee Hulaween is going down like this: 5:30 Spafford, 6:30 Lettuce, 7:45 Umphrey’s McGee, 8:45 Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, 9:45 Umphrey’s McGee, 11:00 Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, 12:30 Greensky Bluegrass.

JRAD returns to The Amphitheatre Stage at The Spirit to once again pay tribute to the Grateful Dead, this time with TWO SETS of amazing music. Watch most of the second set below, which incldues a tremendous “Truckin'” trip – courtesy of The Sober Goat!

At Hulaween 2015, they just played one long set, which you can also watch below. 

Enjoy!

SETLIST: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead – Suwannee Hulaween 2017

Set I: Alligator ~ Ruben & Cerise ~ Throwing Stones ~ Ramble On Rose @, Feel Like A Stranger

Set II: Jam # ~ Bird Song ~ Truckin $ (00:00) ~ Space (09:10) ~ Truckin (11:45) ~ Bird Song Reprise (16:30) ~ Truckin Reprise % (18:27) ~ Mississippi Half Step (22:35) ~ Playing In The Band ^ (34:25) ~ The Other One & ~ Shakedown Street

@ – With a Dark Star Tease (TH) & an Unknown Tease (MB)
# – With Dark Star Teases (Band)
$ – With a Bird Song Tease (MB)
% – With a Bird Song Tease (Band)
^ – With a Feel Like A Stranger Tease (Band) & a lengthy Afrobeat Jam
& – Verse One only
Not Fade Away (to close Set One) & Samson & Delilah (as the Encore) were on the setlist as written, but not played.

SETLIST: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead – Suwannee Hulaween 2015

One Set: Big RxR Blues (TH) -> Dancing In The Streets (SM)-> Brown Eyed Women (TH) -> Tease Jam +@ -> Brown Eyed Women Reprise + -> Estimated Prophet (SM) -> Eyes Of The World (TH) -> The Music Never Stopped -> Jam # -> The Music Never Stopped Reprise +-> Jam $ -> Help On The Way (TH) -> Myxomatosis Jam %+ -> Slipknot! -> China Cat Sunflower Jam +-> Jam ^ -> China Cat Sunflower (TH) -> King Solomon’s Marbles & -> China Cat Sunflower Reprise *+ (TH) -> I Know You Rider ** (All) -> Franklin’s Tower (TH) -> Slipknot! -> Franklin’s Tower Reprise **+(TH)

E: Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You

@ With teases of He’s Gone, Brokedown Palace, GDTRFB & Eyes of the World (TH)
# With “Rumble” (Link Wray) Teases (MB & SM)
$ With “Fame” (David Bowie) Teases (Band)
% Radiohead original, lasted about 1-2 mins
^ With Cumberland Blues Teases & something else I can’t ID (MB)
& Short, not full version
* With Terrapin Station Teases during the transition to Rider (TH)
+ All first time played
** With Terrapin Teases (TH)

JRAD is:
Joe Russo – drums, vocals
Dave Dreiwitz – bass
Marco Benevento – keyboards, vocals
Scott Metzger – guitar, vocals
Tom Hamilton – guitar, vocals

PHOTOS