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Travis The Dragon 11-03-2011 01:42 PM

Blaze Bayley -- St. Paul, MN -- November 2nd, 2011
 
[SIZE="7"]OMG!!!!!!!! WOWWWWWWWWWWW!!! YOU MUST SEE HIM IF HE COMES TO YOUR AREA!!!!!!!![/SIZE]

His show was one of the MOST energetic, amazing, incredible performances I have ever seen in my ENTIRE life!!!!!!!!!! There may have been less than 50 people there, but he acted like he was playing in front of 50 thousand people!!! He got the crowd going by pumping his fists in the air many times and he also had them sing parts of songs a lot! Also, he would go from have one side of the stage do then the right. One time, he even went from left to right slowly at first then speeding up a bit and just went crazy with it! And his vocal performance was [SIZE="5"]BEYOND AMAZING!!![/SIZE] He sounded much better than on the studio versions and actually went an octave higher than normal on some parts and still hit the notes!!! And the rest of the band were very energetic too!!! They would run back and forth, switching spots all the time! And during one of the songs, the lead guitar player came out into the audience and jammed out right in front of us!!! The show concluded with a big bombastic ending similar to the way AC/DC ends their songs! WOW!!! What an incredible evening!!!

Also, he took time to meet everyone after the show. The pics are on my dad's phone so I'll post those later when he moves them off.

And sadly because the tour is doing so poorly, PLEASE try your very best to see him and bring some friends along if possible. He really could use the support.

I'm pretty sure his set was exactly the same as the NY show so I'll just copy and paste that here.
1. The Brave
2. Futureal
3. Lord of the Flies
4. When Two Worlds Collide
5. Voices From the Past
6. The Launch
7. Steel
8. Killing Machine
9. Virus
10. Look for the Truth
11. Kill and Destroy
12. Blood and Belief
13. Man on the Edge
14. Manhunt
15. Robot
16. The Clansman
17. Stare at the Sun
18. I Like it Hot

PowerMaiden 11-03-2011 01:46 PM

I find it sad that he plays in front of a few dozen ppl in the states. I understand why he doesn't tour in north america more now. That means he doesn't make any money out of it, too bad, how discouraged he must be :(


Cheers !
PowerMaiden

farve4 11-03-2011 02:42 PM

I saw him when he played in Foxboro,Mass last week , I can honestly say it wasa great performance and he sounded amazing, and it was a very sad turnout maybe around 50 people but he performed as if he was in front of 2000 people

SirLardsAlot 11-03-2011 02:43 PM

As much as it may be discouraging, it's very clear that he truly appreciates the support of those who do show up; it doesn't look like he cares about the money, he cares about those who care about and support him, and that even if just one person showed up he would be happy. And I think that's what made the night so awesome was that it was so personal and he was so genuine. :blaze:

Maidenmagic 11-03-2011 02:47 PM

As I may have said before, The X Factor is Maiden's best album. Blaze has a great voice. Maiden didn't get a lot of attention from the states during the Blaze era. Here is the aftermath. Sad. He's much better than Di'Anno.

SomewhereInTime72 11-03-2011 05:11 PM

[QUOTE=SirLardsAlot;410646]As much as it may be discouraging, it's very clear that he truly appreciates the support of those who do show up; it doesn't look like he cares about the money, he cares about those who care about and support him, and that even if just one person showed up he would be happy. And I think that's what made the night so awesome was that it was so personal and he was so genuine. :blaze:[/QUOTE]

Very much this. :horns: :blaze:

jd091 11-03-2011 09:17 PM

Holy fucking titballs, he got the crowd fist pumping and singing along? No. Fucking. Way.

Maiden33 11-03-2011 10:13 PM

[QUOTE=jd091;410772]Holy fucking titballs, he got the crowd fist pumping and singing along? No. Fucking. Way.[/QUOTE]

:lol: This entire review reads as though it was written by someone who had never been to a concert before.

MPF 11-03-2011 10:52 PM

[QUOTE=Maiden33;410778]:lol: This entire review reads as though it was written by someone who had never been to a concert before.[/QUOTE]

:lol: pretty much :lol:

I'm guessing he just wasn't expecting Blaze to be capable of having a crowd clapping and sing along.

Travis The Dragon 11-04-2011 01:48 PM

With that small of a crowd, I didn't think he and the band would have been that motivated to perform that well and with so much energy so I was quite taken back by it. Also, the only other frontman I've seen who is that exciting to watch on stage is Bruce Dickinson. In fact, Blaze really overdid it a bit, but it was still great to watch.


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