, attached to 2015-08-14

Review by tiggerphish

tiggerphish This my first ever birthday show, and from the opening slowness of the now famous "Raleigh Llama" , some of my faves Moma Dance, Tube, Bouncing, Maze , Lawn Boy, Wolfman's, and the set-ending Suzy, the first set was excellent, imo. The 2nd set opened with another great one from Rift The Wedge and we were off again. My first ever Golden Age>Reba(my absolute favorite song by these guys), was then followed by some sweetness. Mikes Song , love it but have seen it more than any other song ever, and then my personal highlight along with that Llama, No Quarter !! My Son was with me and had run for a brew during Mikes, and when Page started the opening chords to No Quarter, I was freakin both for me and seeing this epic, but also wanting my Son(a Zeppelin lover) not to miss it, and just then he ran up high fivin it. The First Tube closer was killer. And F & F encore was adequate for me to close a memorable evening on my 53rd birthday spent with my Son and our great phriend Miles Hollifield, who also I must say paid for this for my Birthday and I am forever grateful.


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