, attached to 2014-08-02

Review by Rutherford_theBrave

Rutherford_theBrave The band seemed to have a lot of energy for this show and enthusiasm beginning with a standard AC/DC Bag to get the party started. Next the Cities hit it home with the mention of Birmingham bringing the crowd more into action. KDF was roaring and was a solid rocker. Reba followed and was pretty standard with whistling at the end. Possum next with more energy then a Sample. Trey really nailed it in Funky Bitch w a nice Maze to follow. Ocelot slowed the train down a bit only to follow a short Sparkle, but then a great Cavern came next, a short pause, then an amazing Wingsuit(my highlight of set one).

Set two started with the predictable Carini opener which got interesting towards the end, then into Ghost which was very good with Trey starting to delve into deeper waters. Then the Mike's > Simple > Joy section and the band killed all of this. Weekapaug was short and sweet. Julius was good and then a nice Sand into Wading which gave the audience a nice breather. YEM was tightly played to end the set with a really good tribal chant happening towards the end.

The Quinn the Eskimo was a perfect ending to the show and they nailed it as well bringing the crowd to a huge southern roar as the band bowed then walked off the stage. Sick show in my opinion, solid rocking throughout. You can't ask for much better.


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