I’m a day late with this…

The Alan Parsons Live Project played the Egyptian Tuesday night.  Thanks again to KTIK’s John Patrick for the use of his extra ticket!  We were waaaay up in the balcony.  Not at the VERY top, but pretty close.  And I will tell you, I think from a sound perspective, it was the right place to be.  And I was impressed!  I really enjoyed every aspect of the show.  All 8 musicians fit on the stage just fine (I was a bit worried about that, I wasn’t sure the stage at the Egyptian was big enough), and  their performance was top notch!  If I have any criticism, there was not enough played from the Tales Of Mystery and Imagination and Turn Of A Friendly Card albums, but that is a small issue with an overall great evening!

 

Scott

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