, attached to 2013-07-03

Review by ProfessorFrink

ProfessorFrink First set was pretty standard, but well worth the listen--I thought Stash was strong, and Wolfman's is always fun. Plus I'll always have a soft spot for CDT! Nice close with your Mike's Silent Groove.
After a RIDICULOUS wait for the bathroom...
Golden Age isn't my favorite chart, but hot damn were they on it tonight. Some real nice work from Page. But the second set, to me, belonged to one man, and one man only: Johnny B. Fishman was unreal, took the reins and refused to relinquish them from about mid-Ocelot through Antelope. Wow that guy can play.
As the boys were coming out for the encore (a strong Hood, to my ears), Page picked up a glowstick and playfully threw it at the cameraman--much to the surprise and delight of those on stage nearby, it (accidentally, of course...Page wouldn't attack an innocent cameraman!) hit him right in the face. Good to see the boys laughing on stage, Trey's grin was a permanent fixture up there.
Loved the new light set up, and can't wait to see Fish utilize that midi-marimba (if that's what it is, I couldn't get a good look at it?) in the near future. Get pumped for SPAC y'all!


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