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jeffw3048 Fri Oct 22 '10
Clyde Auditorium
Glasgow, Scotland, GB
Rank: 10 Posted:
Fri Nov 12 '10
5:27 am
Great show is a great venue. Flew from Kansas City to Glasgow and was very impressed. A touch of old and lots of new songs.

euan_91
(Euan O'Donnell)
Fri Oct 22 '10
Clyde Auditorium
Glasgow, Scotland, GB
Rank: 10 Posted:
Wed Oct 27 '10
1:44 am
The gig at the Clyde Auditorium on 22nd October 2010 was by far the best gig i have ever been to. The venue was great because of how close we were to the stage. I loved the jimi hendrix mouth playing guitar, i loved the fact the selection of songs i had picked on the set list on the website. I was especially chuffed at the fact memories was played becaause it is one of my favourites song out of all the songs out of all his albums. I loved the standing ovation at the end and joe playing crowd chant at the very end along with Surfing with the alien. I cannot wait for joe to come back on tour again cause he's the best guitarist in the world and there's noone else who has his creative genius, or guitar playing ability. I also think joe should play more of his older tracks because they are actually amazing tracks and should be played more often i think.

jdublu
(jason)
Fri Oct 22 '10
Clyde Auditorium
Glasgow, Scotland, GB
Rank: 8 Posted:
Sun Oct 24 '10
11:02 am
Great Show - Hoards of Locusts - blast from the past and sounded great!

burndust
Fri Oct 22 '10
Clyde Auditorium
Glasgow, Scotland, GB
Rank: 9 Posted:
Sat Oct 23 '10
4:57 am

Kicked off by Simon McBride, if you havn't heard this guy go check him out, simply superb, really heavy blues reminded me of Joe Bonamassa, excellent band also.

Joe came on about 8:30, it was great to hear tracks from the extremist and not of this earth, some of the tunes however sounded flat, i have heard their using differnet tuning on this tour, i have to say some songs sounded strange, Joe was on fire as usual, Jeff solid as ever, was quite dissapointed that mike kineally had to miss this show due to vai commitments, but Jem did a fine job indeed, i couldn't really hear glalen from where i was sitting, but i did hear him during wind in the trees, solid as ever, this leads me on to Alan on bass, and i am sorry to say whilst being a fairly solid bass player, his tone was horrible a good job but Stu Hamm brings so much more to the party.

Overall a really good gig.


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