Houston 26th June

Review by Derek Moore (Switch to

Houston's Arena Theatre is another round-house revolving stage set-up, ideal for live concerts, and what a great concert it was.

Eight super-monster ego's, side by side on stage for three hours, great professionals, nothing to prove, drinking beer and enjoying themselves. Superb music, great audience participation, and after dragging them all back for a three song encore, folks left happy. Definitely not one to be missed. This blend of quality is a rare beast. Todd was his usual lively self, lots of audience inter-reaction and seriously polished when guitar is in hand.

Interesting to see the 'fifteens to thirties' dancing stage side, with the majority of performers over fifty. This was certainly not wasted on Todd, Perhaps we'll get a sixties album next.

Always wry and dry, John Entwhistle, spent the whole night almost expressionless, letting his fingers do the work, but summed it all up as he finally walked off stage. That same expressionless face turned to Todd and quietly said, "Aye, I had a good night tonight."

Thanks Todd, John, Alan, Ann, and the rest of the guys for a night to remember.

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