, attached to 2013-04-19

Review by TheBuddhistProdigy

TheBuddhistProdigy Going back to my memories of this show 8-1/2 years later because it was one of my favorites.
I was 7 mos pregnant and sporting a custom Ryan Kerrigan T-shirt with The Fox Theater sketch on front ( the actual building as if looking from across the street) and " Find your treasures where you will, don't you stop until you've had your fill" lyrics on the back. I had listened to Traveler constantly and was ready for my big ( literally) sober, finger pricking ( gestational diabetes ) show. For me, it was all that. Eliminating the beers for this show allowed me to focus on my favorite band in a new way. My crew had floors and I asked the kind APE folks if there was a place for a pregger mama like me to sit when I needed to rest, and they gave my husband and I wristbands for the Friends and Family area. I was pleased to use that space when I needed it. Thank you!
So we raged the floor lovingly until I needed a rest. I grabbed a sausage sandwich from the restaurant in back, pricked my finger, recorded it, and settled into one of my favorite tracks on the new album. Greyhound Rising. But ugh! The F&F section had probably seen and heard it a million times, because I recall mostly talkers and not many listeners. I found a spot as close to that rail as I could and just waved my arms back and forth singing along. Thankful for that moment, I enjoyed Scabbard then returned to my crew on the floor for that epic Mozambique. Jeff Cressman is the man!!!!! So fun to watch the Daddy/ Daughter duet on this tune. I was dancing up a storm once again.

So not a full review- but a shared moment from my memories of that beautiful show.

PS: Architect that night was epic! Our first one and we enjoyed the spotlight reflecting from Trey's guitar. It's shined brightly on me and my crew as I felt my daughter move around in my womb. We all continue to raise our glass to the architect.

Ready for the next visit to the Fox with Dezron.
R.I.P. Tony Markellis ❤️

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