USA (Louisville), July 6, 2004
JackWhite1988, on july 19, 2004 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Sound: Sammy did a good job with the DLR era tunes. Even better with his material. Eddie used his Kramer Frankenstrat on "Dreams" and he used Peavey 5150 amps. Michael Anthony used his trademark Jack Daniels Bass. I believe Alex jammed with Tama. There was a slight delay in Eddies feeback but over all, good quality. // 8
Perfomance: The audience was really into them. They rocked the venue. Lets see: a few new songs, jump, Eruption/Cathedral solo, bass solo, drum solo, Ain't Talkin' bout Love, Dreams, Why Can't This be Love?, Best of Both Worlds, Can't Stop Loving You, Unchained, You Really Got Me Now, Panama, Humans Being. I can't remember all of it. Eddie and Sammy were accepting clothing articles from fans in the front row and wearing them while performing. // 10
Overall Impression: America, Louisville, Ky. 7/6/04. Silvertide opened (black crowes-esque rock band). Witnessing Eddie and the gang. I didnt' hate it.
Ticket cost: $55.00/floor seating. Unforgettable moments: my first VH concert, cheap everything. food drinks shirts. Next gig? Definately. In Cincinnati. // 10