I had the pleasure of catching the show on a Friday night in Spokane, Washington. Spokane is not a huge town and even with the competition of two Garth Brooks concerts scheduled the same day just down the block, the Spokane Knitting Factory was packed with a very diverse crowd that ranged in age from teenagers to baby boomers. When the band’s original lead singer Stephan Jenkins took to the fog filled stage to open with “Sharp Knife,” he was greeted by a wildly cheering audience ready to rock. They were not disappointed. There was no fluff, no background projections, no distractions at all. This was a straight up rock show.Read More
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