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Review by themayor
But this show was incredible. I bought another webcast with the money I got from selling my ticket. Set 1 opened with a strong Moma. The band already sounded tighter. Sigma Oasis was awesome and blissful in the fleeting sunlight. The rest of set 1 was performed very very well super tight and awesome. Not too much to say for it besides it was very solid. Set 2 opened with Evening Song which is cool. Good to hear Sigma Oasis songs sound really great. That went into Carini. Whoa! It was getting exciting. Carini went into a slow burning jam, and just when it seemed like Trey wanted to segue into something else, he turned it into a riff and the band picked right up, and the jam went into multiple different segments from there. It turned out to be the longest Carini to date. Wow. All timer jam, in my opinion. The rest of the show was really great, too, the Hood was awesome as hell. I can't WAIT to hear Alpharetta run, and then I'M ATTENDING THE NASHVILLE RUN!!