, attached to 1997-11-16

Review by Powderhound

Powderhound I personally was very disappointed in these shows. I know how famous they are. But having seen quite a few early bar, club and theater gigs, and having seen LOTS of other great bands by that point, I thought these shows were very lackluster. Spoke with another music lover at work after these shows and he was in agreement that they weren't very good. Then he told me his roomie had been hanging with friends at The James bar in Boulder, (later Connor O'Neil's). Turns out one of his buddies was friends with the guys and Trey and I think Fishman showed up at the bar after their flight landed. Later that night they all went to a house party. Then the sun started coming up and everyone still at the party told Trey and Fishman they had to get the hell out of there and get some sleep for the show that night! My work friend said he was on the floor with his roomie when they band came out on stage. His roomie turned to him and told him Trey was wearing the same clothes from the day before.


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