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    Berry has formed his touring band:

    "This new 3.2 band is excited to have Andrew Colyer on keyboards from Circuline, but also the amazing drummer/vocalist Jimmy Keegan from Spock's Beard. I'll be fronting the band on bass and lead vocals, and we also have monster guitarist/vocalist Paul Keller, who toured with Keith, myself, and Carl Palmer on the original '3' tour in 1988. For the upcoming tour, we'll be performing not only music from the new 3.2 album, but also music from the first 3 album, and a few hits from my back Magna Carta catalog - some songs from YES, ELP, Genesis, Jethro Tull, etc. In addition to all the great music, you'll also experience first storytelling, performances, and insights from my work with Steve Howe, GTR, Ambrosia, Keith and Carl, and more. It's a presentation of my legacy of progressive rock from the past 30 years. We hope to see you in the audience and meet you in person after the show!"

    More on Colyer and the tour: https://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwmus...Berry-20190117

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    Looking forward to seeing them at Progstock in October. I don’t think the songs from 3 were ever played live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wah3 View Post
    Looking forward to seeing them at Progstock in October. I don’t think the songs from 3 were ever played live.
    Yeah I’m looking forward to the tour as well. Didn’t some of the songs from 3 get played live when 3 toured?

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    There's a radio boot from WNEW of the 3 show down in NYC in 1988.

    And yes they did songs from the album.

    Edit - here is the setlist

    https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/3/198...-7bcc7aa4.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Roth View Post
    Berry has formed his touring band:

    "This new 3.2 band is excited to have Andrew Colyer on keyboards from Circuline, but also the amazing drummer/vocalist Jimmy Keegan from Spock's Beard. I'll be fronting the band on bass and lead vocals, and we also have monster guitarist/vocalist Paul Keller, who toured with Keith, myself, and Carl Palmer on the original '3' tour in 1988. For the upcoming tour, we'll be performing not only music from the new 3.2 album, but also music from the first 3 album, and a few hits from my back Magna Carta catalog - some songs from YES, ELP, Genesis, Jethro Tull, etc. In addition to all the great music, you'll also experience first storytelling, performances, and insights from my work with Steve Howe, GTR, Ambrosia, Keith and Carl, and more. It's a presentation of my legacy of progressive rock from the past 30 years. We hope to see you in the audience and meet you in person after the show!"

    More on Colyer and the tour: https://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwmus...Berry-20190117
    interesting. seeing the pic i thought it was steve walsh!

    this could be a worthy tour to see – berry is something of a legacy artist, certainly second tier but that makes it all the more interesting – seeing the company that he keeps and the decades worth of material he has been a part of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MudShark22 View Post
    There's a radio boot from WNEW of the 3 show down in NYC in 1988.

    And yes they did songs from the album.
    A show from this tour was officially released in 2015: https://www.allmusic.com/album/live-...8-mw0002864959

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    I highly recommend that, by the way. Its bootleg quality and the crowd is unexpectedly rowdy (the "FUCK YEAH!!!" guy oughta be credited in the liner notes honestly) but it's a corker, way better than I'd have expected given how lukewarm I was towards the 3 album. Emerson actually sounds as good as he did in '74, which means his hand problems must've started soon after.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wah3 View Post
    I don’t think the songs from 3 were ever played live.
    There's also a 3 live album.

    3, "Live Boston '88"

    Disc 1:
    1. Fanfare For The Common Man 9:52
    2. Desde La Vida 9:21
    3. Lover To Lover 4:50
    4. Three [3] Introductions 0:28
    5. Hoedown 4:08
    6. You Do Or You Don't 5:57
    7. Talkin' 'Bout 7:24

    Disc 2:
    1. Creole Dance 4:59
    2. On My Way Home 5:00
    3. Runaway 5:18
    4. Standing In The Shadow Of Love 6:11
    5. America - Rondo - Drum Solo 16:00
    6. Eight Miles High 10:44
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMOOL View Post
    I highly recommend that, by the way. Its bootleg quality and the crowd is unexpectedly rowdy (the "FUCK YEAH!!!" guy oughta be credited in the liner notes honestly)
    From a one-star Amazon review:
    This CD should be called "Ear Splitting Audience with Obnoxious Cursing Man"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nearfest2 View Post
    There's also a 3 live album.

    3, "Live Boston '88"

    Disc 1:
    1. Fanfare For The Common Man 9:52
    2. Desde La Vida 9:21
    3. Lover To Lover 4:50
    4. Three [3] Introductions 0:28
    5. Hoedown 4:08
    6. You Do Or You Don't 5:57
    7. Talkin' 'Bout 7:24

    Disc 2:
    1. Creole Dance 4:59
    2. On My Way Home 5:00
    3. Runaway 5:18
    4. Standing In The Shadow Of Love 6:11
    5. America - Rondo - Drum Solo 16:00
    6. Eight Miles High 10:44
    I remember taping this off the radio broadcast (still have it!). Good set!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MudShark22 View Post
    There's a radio boot from WNEW of the 3 show down in NYC in 1988.

    And yes they did songs from the album.

    Edit - here is the setlist

    https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/3/198...-7bcc7aa4.html
    I have a cassette in my basement of this recorded from WNEW. I should really hook up the cassette deck one of these days.

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    I'm hearing he is scheduling shows around progstock. Any truth to that rumour???

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    Yep. Announced earlier this week. Brand X announced Friday night. Gonna start a thread. Andrew Colyer of Circuline will be his live keyboardist and ex-Spock's Beard's Jimmy Keegan his (Robert Berry's) drummer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by progman1975 View Post
    I'm hearing he is scheduling shows around progstock. Any truth to that rumour???

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    He is scheduled to play the Iridium in NYC on Monday 10/14/19.

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