Heavy Things was performed acoustic. The Percussion Parade saw Trey lead the band playing cowbell through the audience, through the lobby, out onto the street (Broadway), and around the corner where they returned through the side stage door.
Show was totally awesome. I had a blast, and Trey was having SO much fun. The new songs sounded great live, and the TAB standards were played to perfection. Does anyone know if there's an AUD for this show yet? I really really want to hear that Push On 'Till The Day. It was total hose.
during last tube, trey and the band walked offstage, through the crowd playing percussion, gathered people, and proceeded to walk outside the venue and around the city block. my friend was next to trey, i was next to natalie and ray....we then all went back inside the venue for the end of the song....
some sick crescendos in the first set.
Thought Scabbard was really interesting tune and totally influenced by Zappa. Overall, the band is so fun and easy to listen to and they are playing very tight right now. When Trey jumped into the audience and out through the lobby of the Beacon, we followed him and about 60 or so fans as they exited the street and walked down Broadway and around the corner where they jumped back in through a stage door. I will never forget that as silly as it was. The looks on the faces of the people in the corner diner were priceless when a throng of people marched by playing cowbells!!!
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