Boardman Show

Review by Robert Marsh (Switch to

After reading reviews about Todd not quite sounding as melodious as in the past, or not just hitting the cords like he used to, I just can't find anything to complain about with this show. I must admit it's been 15 years since I've seen him, and this is the first time I wasn't high, but this ranks up there with concerts I've seen. Even my Elton John-loving wife came away impressed.

Some of the highlights included . . . Todd saying he would stop the rain with his next song, a fantatsic acoustic version of Cliche, and the rain stopped by the end of the song. Gives fodder to the Todd is God debate. Trey banging away with a smile on Hit Me like a Train. This guy was a great addition and I hope he continues on future tours. Kasim took the lead on vocals for Temporary Sanity and just took the song over. Buffalo Grass, even with a canned track, was killer. I think TR could write hits until he's 80. And, of course, Todd's ad lib comments about just anything that comes to mind.

I was up near the stage but at the end of the show I was amazed to see what only looked like 600-700 people there for what amounted to a free concert. What happened to all of those Northeastern Ohio Utopia's children of the 70's?

Thanks Power Trio!

Bubba Marsh

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