, attached to 2017-08-04

Review by moviemike3

moviemike3 The band started out an outstanding Friday night with a song most know as "One Kind Favor" but for which the boys decided to use it's original title by Blind LEMON Jefferson "see that my grave is kept clean" (it was kind of funny since there were a lot of puzzled faces around me) - the first set was good until the boys hit Bold as Love and First Tube which featured Big Red with some Townsend-esque antics with the guitar at the end of the song. The energy peaked at 11 with First Tube and did not let up for the rest of the night. From No Man through a cover of Radiohead's Everything in its Right Place to an amazing Jam through Scents and a Caspian to a housewrecking Fluffhead the boys were on the mark all night. and when Page walked out with the Keytar for the encore we knew it was going to be a special night. https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-Su0PKQeu8Mo/WYXY8oeRfXI/AAAAAAAAARU/WATIVNKxYoEMmb3fsajOiMtsueps09NHwCLcBGAs/s1600/IMG_3673.JPG
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