SET 1: Drifting, Cayman Review, Magilla, Money, Love and Change, Valentine, Frost, Burlap Sack and Pumps, Dark and Down, Simple Twist Up Dave, 1977, The Devil Went Down to Georgia, First Tube
SET 2: Alive Again, Gotta Jibboo, Pigtail, Night Speaks to a Woman, Architect, Sand > Clint Eastwood, Traveler, Push On 'Til the Day
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Review by Rutherford_theBrave
I remember standing outside in line outside the venue, it was a very chilly night but it was February 2nd in St. Louis. We were anxiously waiting to get inside and try to score a seat. We got two seats upstairs at the rail on the balcony and met some cool people to hold our spots at intermission.
Now to the show; my friend told me I do not want to miss Trey in such a small venue(aprox 2,300 for this show) and was he ever right. Trey sounded amazing out of the gate. The highlight for me first set was Frost with some freckled lights spinning over the ceiling. Horn section and singers were great too.
Set two was very good too. Architect and Sand stand out there and also Traveler.
The Black Dog encore was super high energy and they blew the roof off with that one. Solid show as always from TAB. 4/5