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Chazz1978
(Charles Odom)
Sat Nov 08 '03
AJ Palumbo Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Rank: 8 Posted:
Thu Dec 11 '03
1:06 am

man, i'm not sure what to say, it was awe inspiring, this was my second time seeing Joe, the first time was in the first half of the 90's over in portland oregon at the arlene shnitzer hall (Best sounding concert i've ever heard in my life..) but the mixed wizardry of vai and yngie was astounding, i had the good fortune to bring a friend of mine who hasnt really heard much from any of the G3'ers, and now i think he's got a new hobby :) he's already asking when the next show is. so yea... When is the next show in pittsburgh? i guess i have to wait and find out.. all in all I must say i left that show with a hightened energy that just hasnt gone away, and i hope it never does, thanks for kickin pittsburghs ass!

- Chazz

boe_dye Sat Nov 08 '03
AJ Palumbo Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Rank: 10 Posted:
Wed Nov 19 '03
7:20 am
This was my first experience seeing Joe, and Steve. Needless my mouth was open the whole time. I've been to a number of concerts in my life, but the showmanship that I saw with Steve and Joe totally blew my mind. Malmstien, on the other hand, shows off way too much. He's an incredible guitar player, no one can take that away from him. I just wish he spent more time playing songs instead of doing scale excercises, and kicking his picks all over the place, and throwing his guitar to his guitar tech so it could be retuned. Everytime he goofed something up, he made noise. His tone was uber crunchy to the point of annoyance. Plus it was kinda sad to see his band walk off stage whenever he went off on one of his tangents. Lastly, why oh why did he have to take the first solo in all of the jams? The way I understood it was you do the song, you take the first solo. Not Im malmsteen, Im the show. One more thing, Malmsteen needs to watch where he swings his guitar around, he almost clocked poor steve in the head on the jam. So basically what I'm saying is the two G's impressed the hell out of me. The other "G", while being one of the best "G's" on the planet, needs too learn how to play with others.

1969 Boss 302
(phil stillwagon)
Sat Nov 08 '03
AJ Palumbo Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Rank: 9 Posted:
Thu Nov 13 '03
5:01 pm
Great show Joe. U were awesome!!!!!!!!!! U and Steve put on a tremendous show. I would like to your and steve's hand for the tremendous amout of ability you guys have. Steve Vai won my award for best performance. Yngwie i don't care muchit seemed like me and the three other people that i was with were the only one's that didn't like his set. I personally think he's too repetive.Hey, but you'll have that sometimes. Joe your always welcomed back to the 'burgh u can bring steve and eric johnson or john petrucciwith u. Thanks for everything. Rock On!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Naveen
(Naveen bADDAM)
Sat Nov 08 '03
AJ Palumbo Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Rank: 8 Posted:
Thu Nov 13 '03
1:33 pm

I thought it was a great show, overall. Just seeing Joe is inspiring - saw him last on his Crystal Planet tour. I thought maybe, in the middle Joe might not have been having his best night - but we all know that that is only relative - 95% of his show was crazy cool! The Extremeist - how he sounds so fresh on SB I don't know - never will. I thought the sound could have been a little better - perhaps it was the venue.

Yngwie - man, does one really need that many amps to cut through - the sound seemed pretty muddy and when the whole band played it was a wee bit jarry. I was quite amazed at how effortlessly he play fast but not much else - some of those harmonic minor concepts can be used so nicely to stir the soul but when its at the speed of light (no pun intended, Joe), its hard to take in after a while. Nonetheless seeing him was like ackonowledging a force to reckon with in the shred scene.

Steve Vai was very very cool - the ultimate showman and that band did great with a five piece band, yet with a sound that was not bad - Whispering... came through the most beautiful as did For the love,,,,,,, as always.

Joe Satriani's playing has been an inspiring force in my life - not from just the playing point of view but also being able to feel the urgency of a rocker like SB to the sweetness of Love Thing. That, I think taught me a lot more about saying something when you play. Thank you many times, Joe.

Naveen.

oteskate
(Jeff Butler)
Sat Nov 08 '03
AJ Palumbo Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Rank: 8 Posted:
Wed Nov 12 '03
12:26 pm

Overall it was another GREAT G3 tour, as always. I drove all the way up from St. Louis, MO (about 700 miles) and 9 hrs. to get to Pgh. to check it out. It was the 2nd that I've seen and unfortunately I felt that Yngwie and his arogance/ego that he made evident on stage was a disappointment to me. This was most evident especially during the jam at the end of the show. Always had to be in the spotlight and flipping his guitar around and making noise and whatever else he does to show off. I don't have anything against him, but I wish that he'd have played more "music" than just showing off alot and given Steve and Joe their time to shine on stage as well. His tone was also very harsh, noisy and "unmusical" to my ears.

Steve put on another amazing performance as usual and it was great to see him with Tony and Billy especially. It was also great to see Dave Weiner performing, too.. but in the end it saddened me to realize that even though I'm personally an acquaintance of Dave, I learned very quickly how being on the road on tour with such a great band can change a person and make them quite distanced and give off an attitude of being "above" others or not wanting to take the time to acknowledge. :o(

Joe had a new setup this year and I was quite surprised to see Joe playing through 3 Peavey Triple-X half stacks. His tone was a bit more gritty than what I'm used to and was a bit better than Yngwie's, but not as good as Steve's. Joe, I'd suggest sticking with your Marshalls or going with the Cornford amps... they sound alot better than the Peaveys! I wish he had played different songs than what he normally plays, too. He did some great tapping sequences and all, but the songs were the typical, whereas Steve played more of his obscure songs along with alot of great feedback control and sonic experimentation. That was good to hear.

Overall, the G3 tour is a show that I will always attend whenever I can and will definitely be there for the next as well. I wish the entire crew a safe continuance of the tour and look forward to seeing them all again soon.

Rikker3 Sat Nov 08 '03
AJ Palumbo Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Rank: 7 Posted:
Tue Nov 11 '03
1:59 pm
I gave the show a 7 overall, but here is how I break that down. As always, Joe was excellent. I have seen him on three G3 tours, sharing the bill with Dream Theater and King's X, and about 4 or 5 times solo. Each time he delivers. I will continue to see him every time he stops by the 'burgh, because he is the epitome of a modern rock guitar legend. He has the techniques mastered, but he knows that that alone doesn't cut it. He can shred or perform complex numbers with the same skill as a slow number that evokes feelings to the listener. This brings us to Yngwie. Although I had not seen him live, I have been a fan since his days with Steeler, Alcatraz and his Rising Force album. In the 80's I felt he was a very innovative guitarist. He has his scales down and he is one of the fastest if not the fastest guitarist to ever record an album. However, he just doesn't get it. After seeing him the other night, I was very disappointed. His songs or the performance of them just did not translate to a live setting as well as his CDs. Even though I knew several of the songs he performed, they all started to run together and all of his playing sounded the same. I did not have a major problem with his appearance or his actions. Everyone has a gimmick or style and his did not bother me. I just think it is time for him to take his skills and mature into them. Finally, Steve was Steve. I really enjoy him; however, I don't think this was one of his best shows. Not bad, just not his best. I did enjoy seeing Billy Sheehan again, and this was the first time I saw Tony MacAlpine. He was great. One bit of advise . . . Joe get Stu back, we miss him.

NYGFREAK Sat Nov 08 '03
AJ Palumbo Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Rank: 9 Posted:
Mon Nov 10 '03
5:19 pm

I had the pleasure of seeing the G3 show on Saturday in Pittsburgh P.A. and was very pleased with the overall show. Yngwie was awesome. I have seen him many times and have yet to be disappointed. Steve Vai was also amazing, but had some sound problems. During the performance of Juice, Billy's bass was too loud and Steve's guitar could'nt be heard very well. Also, everytime Tony did a lead with Steve, his guitar was much louder. So again, Steve's guitar couldn't be heard clearly. That being said, Steve was still awesome as always. Now lets talk about Joe's performance. I last saw Joe on the Flying in the Blue Dream tour which was a long time ago, and have not really had the chance to see him since. So when this tour was announced I knew I had to go. To see Yngwie, Steve and Joe together was just too good to pass up. I thought Joe was the better of the three. His sound was amazing and although Yngwie and Steve are world class guitarists, I have to say I like Joe's style much better. I'm a huge fan of all three of them, and have every piece of music I can get my hands on. I would love to see the show again; however, I didn't much care for the jam part of the show. I would have liked to have seen them do something different and more creative. Maybe write a new guitar piece with all of them having a part in the writing. Just a thought. Anyways, I would go again without a second thought.

P.S. I had to travel from Rochester N.Y to see the show. I hope the next G3 tour will make a stop in our town. We have two very good venues that could hold about the same amount of people, have a much better sound, and would be much more comfortable. I can only hope. Also, next time around, the G3 line up should be Joe, Steve, and Tony MacAlpine or Greg Howe.

da_ardvark
(Dennis Tepe)
Sat Nov 08 '03
AJ Palumbo Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Rank: 10 Posted:
Mon Nov 10 '03
5:44 am

Great Show Joe!!!!

It was a real treat to meet and speak with you after the show.

Hope to see ya again real soon

D_O_M Sat Nov 08 '03
AJ Palumbo Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Rank: 10 Posted:
Mon Nov 10 '03
5:20 am
This is the 7th time I seen Joe and he seems to get better and better…If that is possible. Steve played great and did some cool things with his guitar. As for Yngwie He did not fit in at all. If it was 1983, well then maybe JUST MAYBE. He did the same thing over and over and over. A note to Yngwie, you need to do some sit ups and take A LOT slim fast. Nothing like looking a fat man in leather pants. Maybe he was doing an impression of Chris Farley? Anyway it was a great show. G2 next year????

Raist316 Sat Nov 08 '03
AJ Palumbo Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Rank: 9 Posted:
Mon Nov 10 '03
4:20 am
I'm writing late 'cause I just got back near a computer. That was an INCREDIBLE show!! I was thrilled to see all three, and I was mostly anxious to see Joe as my favorite guitarist, but for me, Yngwie stole the show! He was fun, exciting, and an amazingly fast player! I really think one notch off the overall volume would have made everything clearer, but it was still awesome. This works because all three bring very different emotions to the game, so everyone leaves happy. Yngwie exhausts you with his running around and blistering style. Then Steve slows it down some and makes you feel really emotional about the music. Then Joe comes out and shows why he's the best and just rocks. If you sat down at all during this show, you missed the point!

guitarnett
Sat Nov 08 '03
AJ Palumbo Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Rank: 8 Posted:
Sun Nov 09 '03
7:24 pm
The G3 show at palumbo center was great but the only reason why I wont give it a ten is because I wish more songs from strange beautiful music were played and I thought that Yngwie Malmsteeems show just wasn't that great. (he tried to do to much when Joe, Steve and him played together and Im sorry but he needs to just chill out on stage, playing really fast scale fragments and sweep picking is impressive to a point but its only a small part of playing guitar). But Joe, your sound was great, better than the others and it was great watching you play from about 15 feet away, I'll never forget it and can't wait to see more in the future! Thanx alot!

rg570vette
(kevin bartosiewicz)
Sat Nov 08 '03
AJ Palumbo Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Rank: 9 Posted:
Sun Nov 09 '03
4:53 pm
This show proved to me why Joe is my favorite guitarist. When he came on stage, he seemed so cool and composed about everything and he just played flawlessly. Also, I think his set up sounded the best, in terms of clarity. You really notice that on starry night, which had an excellent solo. Him and Steve seemed like very personable people, too, which makes them more like role models than inspirational figures to me. And Steve's band was really cool. I heard their performance was supposed to be amazing, and it went beyond my expectations. Very pleased with that. As for Yngwie, his first song was really awe inspiring, but by the end of his set, I was rather bored with his constant shredding. And he was going nuts and that fog machine, too, hehe. Collectively, It was a sweet show that I'd definitely see again.

JoeFanFor18Years Sat Nov 08 '03
AJ Palumbo Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Rank: 9 Posted:
Sun Nov 09 '03
4:47 pm
This was my third G3 show this year. Reno, NV was an A+. Pittsburgh was an A-. Winston-Salem was a B. Satch's tone was great. With his switch to Peavy, I was curious if his tone would remain the same, and it has. His tone at Winston-Salem was distorted, but I think it had more to do with the venue than with Satch. In Pittsburgh, Satch's musicianship was nearly flawless, except that he didn't jam on the opening of Summer Song like he did at Winston-Salem and Reno. In any event, Satch's performance was outstanding. Satch and Steve have a telepathic skill that eludes Yngwie. Satch and Steve are subtle and serene; Yngwie is bold and outspoken, unable to carry a rhythm during the closing jam. While I admire Ynqwie's skill but have little interest in his music, G3 2005 would be better served if John Petrucci, Joe Bonamassa, Marty Friedman, or Tony MacAlpine would be the third G next time. In spite of Yngwie, the Pittsburgh show was outstanding. Joe's performance of Crystal Planet was stellar, Starry Night was heartfelt, and Mystical Potato Head Groove Thing was awesome. Joe's concerts are magical and G3 shows are inspiring. Although Yngwie's antics diminish the overall rating, Joe and Steve were both magical and inspiring in Pittsburgh.

katicj
(John Katic)
Sat Nov 08 '03
AJ Palumbo Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Rank: 10 Posted:
Sun Nov 09 '03
4:03 pm

I have to admit that it was going to take a lot to live up to my expectations for this show. I am a fan of all three. Yngwie, to me, was more entertaining than Eric Johnson (please quit trying to sing...) or Kenny Wayne Shepard but the guy needs to get out of the eighties visually. Having said that, damn can he play. His acoustic number was really good to see, it showed me he didn't need his delay at all. I just wish he had better manners in the jam session. He seemed very rude when he would walk of the stage when Steve was soloing. His band was sort of a waste. The corny keyboard player gave a giant introduction. I swear that was young Geddy Lee on bass. I think the guitar tech stole the show. After Yngwie, I thought how I would hate to have to follow him on stage, but Vai proved he could do it. I think Steve really put on a good show in every sense of the word. He was fun to watch, great song selection that showed we could do more than sweep pick his modes and his band was amazing. I would have paid to just see Tony, Billy, and Steve by them selves. The kid on drums (was that Flea) was very good also. Whispering a Prayer was perfect. Steve played a typical Steve set, flawless. Always With You to me was the highlight. Summer Song and Satch Boogie also were great. I really liked Starry Night.

The Jam was sort of a mess. Joe and Steve had to be pissed with Yngwie soloing over them talking and there solos. Mr. Malmsteen have you ever considerred learning chords and how to strum a rythm? When they where all on ths same page it was good. I would not have minded if Satch would have just played another song and let Yngwie stay on the bus. Don't get me wrong, I liked Yngwie set very much he just doesn't play well with others. He needs to be in his own band and he is great. I would recommend seeing him solo if you have the chance or check out his DVD. It is a bit unfair to measure Joe and Steve's chemistry.

Two things I would have liked.... The Attitude Song and Tony and Billy in the jam session.

brennan77 Sat Nov 08 '03
AJ Palumbo Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Rank: 7 Posted:
Sun Nov 09 '03
3:58 pm

I had a great time at the show. It was truly a good experience to see these guys play the way they did. I had to give this show only a 7 though for a couple of reasons.

My first complaint is the the biggest. It affected all performances. The sound was not good at all. Now it may have been better on the floor, but from the first section up, in direct line of the speakers, it was just too freakin loud. I've had experience working sound boards for 1500-2000 people, so I can understand a few principles of the whole deal. I understand that not everyone will be happy. But when you can't understand the great work and articulation of these guitarists' playing because of the distortion of your own ear drums, the experience just isn't what it should be. I feel as if the sound guy was going more for the high enery rock concert at the expense of sound quality. However, as a fan of musicians such as these, I want the quality their hard work deserves. Often I'd cover my ears to hear so much beautiful playing that was impossible to pick up without doing so. I'm not sure if the guy just had too much mids running through, and that things were all getting muddied up, but a notch down on the main slider would have fixed the whole problem, no doubt. There's a fine line between too loud and just right in a concert like this, and the guy was a notch or two above just right. It's a shame because otherwise the mix was pretty good most of the time. I just hated to miss out on the intricacies of the playing, especially with Vai's band. I couldn't understand a thing that the bass players were doing unless they were playing sustained notes.

My second complaint was simply the clash of styles with Malmsteen and the other 2. The guy can shred like it's no ones business. He's second to none, and to put it like Vai did, he's a freak of nature. But he just never put it together musically into something that would showcase his talent well. His lack of musical concern was more evident in the jam at the end. Vai was soloing and he'd be off drop kicking picks and messing around, or he'd overstep his bounds with his own soloing. I wouldn't have minded so much had the entire band been engaging in that sort of stage antic, but they weren't and he stuck out like a sore thumb. I found myself watching him, rather than watching Joe or Vai during their own solos. It just seemed like he was off in his own world while the other guys played off each other. I would have actually liked his over the top behavior had it been able to fit with the other musicians on stage. But that it did not. That said, I did like his own set though the sound problems mentioned above kept me from really hearing what he was doing. His band was of the same mindset he was, and it gelled pretty well. I liked it.

Now Vai was awesome, much better than I expected having never seen him. I loved some of the things he did and the emotion, style, and care he put into every note. It was really enjoyable. It's hard for me to describe, but me and my buds were just kinda in a trance following his set. He really did some great things. For the Love of God was my personal favorite of the night by Vai.

And of course there was Satch. Oh man did he just flat out ROCK! We were jamming out there. He was just connecting with the audience in a refreshing way. I appreciated Crystal Planet very much. And to end with Summer Song was just classic. Unfortunately I felt his set was too short. Maybe it was because his set was easier to follow and I knew the songs better.

The ending jam was pretty good. I mentioned most of the negatives from this earlier. I loved the choice of music. And I really liked Rockin in Free World. However, I couldn't hear any voices with the sheer volume of everything. That was unfortunate.

Overall it was a experience and worth the money. I have to be honest though and say the negatives I mentioned really kept the show from being exceptional. And it really could have been. Great time though and I'd certainly go again.

Donna31863
(Donna Adamson Curlis)
Sat Nov 08 '03
AJ Palumbo Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Rank: 10 Posted:
Sun Nov 09 '03
12:48 pm
Yngwie, magical - Steve, beautiful - Joe, Spiritual; I cannot find one word to describe the feeling of all three together, and neither can my daughter, who will be 15 in December, much to HER surprise. I won tickets, or we would not have been able to afford to attend. I had to drive 3 hours to get there, but the ride back it seemed as if a dream. (NO, I had nothing to drink, or smoke - although I could use 3 days of pain relief right about now! 'Arthur'.) We were in the 'nose bleed' seats, but from our vantage point, we didn't miss a thing! Maybe it only seemed that way to me, but I swear Joe looked right up at me, saw me 'feeling it' and got me to raise my tentative, at first, 'rockin' fist' several times. He was the only one to first engage those of us in the upper tier. I truly did FEEL, hear and see what I hope was NOT a 'once in a lifetime' experience, as I told my daughter before the show. I desire to have the G3 experience many more times in my life!!! I'm also putting Joe's 11-18 release at the top of my Christmas list. (Hey, even if I do NOT own a stereo, there's always my daughter's cd boombox and the van! It's been a horrible year - we were even homeless for most of the summer - last night was THE best part of the year for me! THANK YOU!) Afterward, all my daughter could say was "WOW"! (TRUE 'shock and awe'!) That was the same exclamation she had when she first witnessed my father's birthplace last night. He died at 59, 4 days after her first birthday. My ex fiance can eat his heart out - I got to experience Satch, Steve and Yngwie! My ex is the type of man that doesn't DESERVE that experience! God Bless Joe Satriani, the most talented, inspirational, epitome of a guitar player in the universe!

Hert
(ken)
Sat Nov 08 '03
AJ Palumbo Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Rank: 7 Posted:
Sun Nov 09 '03
12:13 pm
Just got back from PA. Cool show. I was a little disapointed that Satch didnt play longer. We could have used about 15 minutes less of the Flying Walendas show, ie. Malmsteen and some more of Joes brilliance. He never fails to amaze me the way he is one with the guitar. Vai was his equal this night. He and his band are TIGHT. The jam at the end was really good. Again though Malmsteen seemed to want to dominate the trio and was more of a distraction than anything else. I apriciate the fact that he can pick it with the best of them, its all the annoying stage antics that got to me. PICK THIS MALMSTEEN. Next time around Joe would be smart to leave him home and bring along the black dude from Vais band. See ya at the next G3.

Kerrvin93
(Matthew Kerr)
Sat Nov 08 '03
AJ Palumbo Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Rank: 9 Posted:
Sun Nov 09 '03
11:22 am
I just went to the show last night; it is now 2:19 PM sunday afternoon, and my ears are still ringing. It was great! Satch And Vai Put On AMAZING shows, but to be honest, i could have used without Yngwie. He had a way of ruining the groove of anything that he played. Sometimes, arpeggios and chromatics aren't the only thing to play. Still a big fan of his skills, though. But regardless, it was fantasic. The tickets represented money well spent of four mind blowing hours. I was really hoping for up in the sky, but the show was so full of other great songs, it's no wonder why they couldn't fit it in. Satch was the epitomy of cool.

Bluedreamer78 Sat Nov 08 '03
AJ Palumbo Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Rank: 10 Posted:
Sun Nov 09 '03
8:56 am
Standing upclose to the stage at the G3 concert today, I sought more than just a “Guitars-in-your-face, Clean-drums and immaculate-bass” experience. And sure enough… what followed was an unbroken harmony of innovative chord structures, easy-feeling bass lines and fluent melodies. Among guitar enthusiasts the term "G3" typically causes an immediate awe-inspiring look, while the rest question, "Who or what is G3?" So for starters, here’s a brief history. In 1996 three guitar legends teamed up for a very unique tour to give fans around the world a first-hand peep into the charisma of modern guitar soloing, aptly named “G3” to signify the three guitars. The guitarists for the maiden G3 tour were Joe Satriani, Eric Johnson and Steve Vai. The sophistication, the acoustics and their stage presence were all so noteworthy that “G3- Live in Concert” became one of the most sought after live recording ever. Record has it that quite a few guitarists threw away their instruments in frustration after seeing the G3 perform their magic on six-strings, but for novices like me, G3 was enough inspiration to actually take up the Ibanez RX-200 guitar :-). Although I must mention that the closest I ever got to the G3 experience back in India was to burn a pirated “G3 – Live in Concert” VCD and keep wondering “Wow! Wouldn’t it be wonderful to actually be at the show?” Well, someone surely heard that one and here I was on November 8th, circa 2003 at the A.J. Palumbo Theater, Pittsburgh. The show started off with the speedy instrumentals of Yngwie Malmsteen. His rendition of the “Baroque & Roll” was the most notable highlight of his performance. Enter Steve Vai! He came into the stage with an enormous Triple-neck guitar and effortlessly went strumming around the 18-stringed instrument to set the tone for his part of the performance. Starting off with the dreamy “Whispering in the prayer”, he went on to play “The Juice” and ended with “For the Love of God”. I have not and (I guess) never will see a performance as dynamic and fluent as Vai’s rendition of his signature notes and improvisations. Satriani had a dazzling entrance with the symbolic “Satch Boogie”. Seeing Satriani play the brisk “Flying in a Blue Dream” and soulful “Always with me, always with you” has always been my lifetime ambition. I had my eyes glued on Joe’s fingers which readily produced all those tremolos, legatos and what-not. Satch ended his solo effort with the energetic “The Summer Song”. The jam session towards the end included classics like Jimi Hendrix’ “Voodoo Chile” and Neil Young’s “Rockin' in the Free World”. What made the session remarkable was the sync between each performer. Malmsteen's speed, Satriani's modest-but-intense playing, and Vai's improvisations were all incredibly complementary. To sum up, the show was BRILLIANT. Sitting here and typing out my review, I feel too mediocre because I think that a very few are permitted to evaluate G3 for their musical genius. Here, I should comment that all the passionless Hip-hop and R&B could never match up to the unbelievable influence of Satriani and Vai on music aficionados around the globe, because lets accept it that no one in history has ever taken up rapping, 'positively opinionated' by the gaudily dressed rappers on MTV2.

hillie16
(Andrew Hill)
Sat Nov 08 '03
AJ Palumbo Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Rank: 10 Posted:
Sun Nov 09 '03
12:10 pm

AWESOME show as always, Steve and Joe were great tonight, and what an awesome thing it was to see them play together with Yngwie who is awesome showman!!!! Never been a big fan of his, and his songs all seemed to blend together into one giant long arpeggio fest, but it was great to see him nonetheless. This is my second G3, I saw them with Robert Fripp and KWS on 6/27/97, and Joe and Steve were great on both, but being a huge blues fan I liked the whole bluesy feel of the first show better. EITHER WAY, the show tonight RAWKED!! I would LOVE to see a G3 with a guy who isn't well known, Butch Walker, although his style isn't much like the other guys anymore, I think it would be awesome to see him jam with Steve and Joe. I would give my left nut in a second to be able to play FTLOG the way Steve does live, and I would LOVE to see a live version of Forgotten 2.

Show was GREAT!!!! Keep up the good work guys and thank you for sharing your endless talent with us in the Burgh!!!!!


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