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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicky Cupcakes View Post
    I'm excited to see these guys - digging Wasteland a lot! Will definitely be attending either the Jersey City or Philly show. Anyone have any insights on those two venues? I've never been to either.
    World Cafe Live is awesome but it looks like a GA standing show

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    Tour is now underway started on May 3 - anyone catch any shows yet or planning to?

    I'm still very impressed by Wasteland

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    I plan on seeing them this Sunday in Boston....

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    The ROSfest show was outstanding.

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    Detroit in a couple of weeks. Very excited.

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    I just bought Wasteland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveSly View Post
    The ROSfest show was outstanding.
    Ditto

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    Riverside in Baltimore last night. Absolutely great show. High energy and awesome. Maybe around 200 people. The band loved the crowd which was very responsive. Larger crowd than I would've bet on. Didn't know how popular they were outside the prog realm.
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    My wife and I drove down to Atlanta last Friday and saw them at City Winery. The show started with a few technical glitches and it took a few songs to get the sound dialed in. It was the first gig of the tour so that is to be expected. There was a good crowd and they put on a great show. My only complaint is with the venue. You just can't get a good beer in that place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy Giant View Post
    Riverside in Baltimore last night. Absolutely great show. High energy and awesome. Maybe around 200 people. The band loved the crowd which was very responsive. Larger crowd than I would've bet on. Didn't know how popular they were outside the prog realm.
    Was there an opening band ? Need to plan arrival time for the Philly show

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    There was a band called Contrive that opened up for them in Atlanta. I believe they are opening for them for most of this tour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jupiterspace View Post
    There was a band called Contrive that opened up for them in Atlanta. I believe they are opening for them for most of this tour.
    Were they any good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveSly View Post
    Were they any good?
    Well I didn't care for them much. It was two guys, brothers I think, from Australia. Death Metal w/cookie monster style vocals. One played drums and the other played guitar and vocals. I know some like that style but I'm just not into it much. They did play one song that I kinda liked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jupiterspace View Post
    Well I didn't care for them much. It was two guys, brothers I think, from Australia. Death Metal w/cookie monster style vocals. One played drums and the other played guitar and vocals. I know some like that style but I'm just not into it much. They did play one song that I kinda liked.
    i'll be seeing them wednesday in montreal...please tell me that the opening band didn't play very long (half hour max...please!)

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    Contrive played around 30-45 minutes.

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    The tour came around to the Warsaw in Brooklyn. Big surprise was that jolly played a set after contrived. Their first show in several years. Riverside was incredible. It was nice to see them once again. Contrived wasnít my cup of tea with the vocals but the musicianship for a two piece was very good.
    I hope riverside gets all the fan support on this tour itís not to be missed.

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    Yeah, Contrive in B'more too. We hated them. Just don't like that style. The crowd came around by the end. We would have enjoyed getting home earlier without them!
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    I would love to see Jolly. I sponsored their patreon and they just finished their new album.

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    Detroit was awesome tonight. Cool to run into a fellow progressive ears member too. A more extensive review when I get time.

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