, attached to 2021-09-25

Review by colonelforbin44

colonelforbin44 I was really disappointed when I found out the entire horns section would miss the show due to COVID protocols. However, I knew Trey would pick up the slack and he delivered 1000x. The first set was good and jam filled, but it felt like the new bass player was hanging back. Second set felt like early 90s Trey stepped through a time machine and onto the stage. At the same time they switched Dezron's learners permit out for a full license to jam and gave him the keys to the car. It was unbelievable! I haven't heard Trey play like that live ever (through 20-40 shows). He shredded, no holds barred, so did Dezron.

The mini acoustic set was a nice touch and then that Sand... jesus! Once again, Trey taught us how to turn lemons into lemonade and I'm happy I was there to see it!


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