, comment by gratefulterp
gratefulterp Only one spring: Silver Spring, MD
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, comment by Frankster
Frankster I can't I like tab? I've gone to 6 shows over the last few years and I leave disappointed every time. Oh well.
, comment by tmwsiy
tmwsiy I've really grown to love TAB and find the shows relaxing, comforting, and just plain fun. Less expectations may have something to do with it but I find myself really enjoying the moment.

I look back and draw many parallels to the Jerry Garcia Band too. I never went out of my way to see JGB and often even blew them off when they were in town. I am pretty stoked to have seen the 15 or so shows that I did but wish that it was more like 30 or 40. It was a different sound of course than the Dead, augmented by horns & different arrangements. But most of all it was Jerry having an absolute blast and you could literally see some weight lifted off his shoulders. I feel the same now with TAB. Trey simply loving playing, loving his band and getting a kick out of it all. It gives me some joy too.

Crazy musical boundaries being pressed? No. Fun couple of sets of music? Yes indeed. And for a $35 ticket, I will gladly see a show every tour.

Also, the new material from Traveler translates so much better live for me than it does on the album. Particularly Corona and Architect. Thought those two sounded great and definitely can envision them becoming Phish songs.

To each their own, I enjoy a TAB show.
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