, attached to 1994-06-14

Review by arrows42

arrows42 Was right about dead center for this small show. Cool modern theater, great sound. Being there's no balcony and one big slope, felt like everyone in the place had a good view. Of course the band was tight, it's June '94, Trey was especially going for those mountain climb type runs. I remember being mind altered and folks selling "ReadIcculus" bumper stickers outside. Very little vending scene for a small 1-stop show like this in Iowa. Very fun crowd, you felt like we were seeing the best guitarist of our generation; hey, we were.


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