Loyal fan. from Winnipeg, Manitoba
New singer NAILED IT! Original members played as fresh as though it was the 80's. Just wish it was held in a bigger venue.
B from Tempe, Arizona
QUEENSRYCHE? ONLY AFTER OVER 3 HOURS OF WAITING...
Had I known there would be THREE opening bands (and the first one was brutal-ugh), with all the IN BETWEEN set-ups, and the headliner band wouldn't come on until about 10:30- I would NOT have paid $80- for this ticket. That said, the poor (newish) lead singer seemed sick. He can't help that- poor guy did his best and was a trooper, but he was probably so tired of waiting too-being sick and all. I noticed a fair number of the crowd leaving after Silent Lucidity (maybe 5 songs in?) and I decide to do the same. I mean, Tuesday IS a work day for most of us. I saw them in San Diego, when Empire was released. What a GREAT concert! I should have left that memory alone... Actually sorry that I went. EXCEPT: the best part was seeing all the old "rock-n-roll-metal" couples still together, holding hands and seeming happy after all those years... THAT was the best part! (I'm 64-btw).
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