Canaa (Toronto), April 2, 2005 Review

artist: Steve Vai date: 04/04/2005 category: live concerts
Steve Vai: Canaa (Toronto), April 2, 2005
It was a relatevely small venue (3000 people), wich made it even more special. The sound was amazing.
 Sound: 8
 Perfomance: 10
 Overall Impression: 10
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overall: 9.3
Canaa (Toronto), April 2, 2005 Reviewed by: a_taratine, on april 04, 2005
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Sound: The sound was amazing, clear, it was unbilevable! Steve used his Jem's and his signature acoustic, he also played his doubleneck Jem on the first song. Overall It was mindblowing! // 8

Perfomance: They were amazing! Eric Sardinas was the opener, and he played a couple of songs with steeve. I do not quite remember what songs they played but there was alot of brand new material. Steve did a lot of talking too, made jokes now and them, it was cool. At one point Eric bulled out a bottle of beer, had a sip or two, and then began using it as a slide. // 10

Overall Impression: Saturday April 2nd, Steve decited to drop by Toronto, Canada. It was at Massey Hall that Steve and Eric decited to melt our minds. It was a relatevely small venue (3000 people), wich made it even more special. Eric Sardinas opened up for steve and then played a couple of songs with him. The tickets were around $60 CAN, but it was well worth it! After the show I got to meet Eric and he signed his CD for me, and my T-shirt, he's really down to earth. Overall it was the best concert I've ever been to. I will most definetly be there the next time they gig here. // 10

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