, attached to 2010-02-23

Review by landlady21

landlady21 This show was fantastic. The Pageant is an intimate venue and Trey even remarked about "what a cool room" it is when he first came on stage. The first set was very energetic and the crowd was especially into Bathtub Gin and Wilson. The second set highlights include both Sand and Money, Love and Change, but it was the closer that brought down the house. I'm a huge Led Zeppelin fan, and the female vocalist during Black Dog was amazing and brought a whole new dynamic to a Zeppelin classic. I had a blast at this show and look forward to the next time Trey comes to St. Louis.


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