Columbus, Ohio - June 7 - TPATH Returns to CBUS for the first time in over a decade
Joe Walsh - I believe his performance left me with more questions than answers. Things like "Are FOUR backup singers and TWO drummers necessary for an opening act?" His sound mix from my seats actually sounded better than TPATH.
TPATH - After all these years what can I really say? How many shows have I been to? Stopped counting after 30. Maybe around 40?
It's almost like a comfortable, reassuring experience seeing the band. Like checking in with old friends. There was a strange calmness to the atmosphere. I don't think I have ever witnessed them do a show in an indoor smallish arena.
My favorites songs from the show were I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN IT, YOU GOT LUCKY and IT'S GOOD TO BE KING. From out of nowhere YOU GOT LUCKY is a song I have heard so many times but it just suddenly clicked. Can't explain it.
I don't ever think I have heard extended band intros like last night. Kind of interesting. Mike really got into it for the final song. One of the backup singers kind of looks like DANA PETTY!
Oldest overall crowd I can remember seeing particularly on the floor. I think the kids are getting priced out of going to concerts like this.
Overall I feel kind of sad... like an end of an era may be upon us. How many tours can happen from here on out?