, attached to 1991-04-19

Review by fluff

fluff We got there early and grabbed a spot in the little side balcony close to the stage. Primed on the four song demo circulating at the time, they blew me away with how many more fully realized songs there were.

The energy was intense and raw, listening back to the show, it reminds just how strong they were already. Trey and Paige are casually shooting fire from their finger tips, ripping off huge chunks of music, riding the runaway rock train driven by Mike and Fish.

As another long-time fan Michael Egan likes to say, "Right from the beginning, it didn't matter how big the crowd was, they jammed for thousands." Amen.



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