by Duluth News Tribune
April 18, 2012 at 7:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
The progressive-rock, dramatic reading, classical music hybrid performed its 2000 concept album “Beethoven’s Last Night” in its entirety on Wednesday night at Amsoil Arena. Continue Reading
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If this band comes back to Duluth again DO NOT miss them. This article seemed a bit on the lukewarm side, but hard to summarize a concert in words and worrying what the crowd acts like. I have been to concerts that have storys; Pink Floyd’s “the Wall” & Queensryche’s “Operation: mindcrime” and this concert was equally good. The story flowed in large part to the narrator that talked the audience through the story. The band has their music and act perfected! The crowd was from ages 8 to 80 (The 80 year old lady was on her feet quite a bit enjoying the concert!) Before the start of the show the band gave a $2000 dollar contribution to the local boys & girls club. I guess they give to a local charity of each visited city. They even gave a tribute to the United States service members serving our country before the show. The band stayed in Duluth for two days leading up to the concert and were impressed with our city and mentioned that at least three times during the show. Lets hope they return and more people find out how good this band’s show is.
Have a good day!
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Was there very suprised on how few people were there, they missed a great show. have tickets for Circu De Souil next month and I hope they have a bigger turn out. other artists will not come here if the support isn’t there
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