USA (Chicago), June 30, 2006 Review

artist: taking back sunday date: 07/11/2006 category: live concerts
taking back sunday: USA (Chicago), June 30, 2006
This concert had a mix of old song and new songs. Frank Mascherino was perfect with his timing and key when he sang.
 Sound: 8
 Perfomance: 10
 Overall Impression: 9
 Overall rating:
 9.5 
 Reviewer rating:
 9 
 Users rating:
 10 
 Votes:
 1 
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overall: 9
USA (Chicago), June 30, 2006 Reviewed by: insideman, on july 11, 2006
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Sound: Frank Mascherino was perfect with his timing and key when he sang. Adam Lazarra was off key toward the end after screaming at the beginning of the concert. The band's sound was awesome. Mark O'Connell had a solid tempo thoughout each song and was amazingly fast in his short solo he played. Overall, TBS had a great sound. // 8

Perfomance: This concert had a mix of old song and new songs. They started off the show with What's It Feel Like To Be A Ghost. They brought down a Taking Back Sunday/Louder Now theater sign that was lit up with white lights. They also had sweet vertical lights that changed colors. But the best visial effect, by far, had to be Adam Lazzara swinging is chorded mic around the stage during songs. He was awesome to see and must have practiced his swinging act a lot. // 10

Overall Impression: The co-act was Angels And Airwaves. A&A were amazing. They fit very well with TBS. The Subways (from England)and Head Automatica also opened for TBS. I really liked the outdoor stage in Chicago on Lake Michigan. The ticket price was reasonable and if Taking Back Sunday or Angels And Airwaves ever come back close to my home I will go. // 9

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