Todd "Lite" God of Rock

Review by Michael Vasil (Switch to

 Todd arrived here in South Florida during are record cold spell temperatures in the low thirtys and snow just north of us in Boca. Saturday was no exception Todd entered the stage just after 8pm. Made a comment on the cold weather and remaked on us being able to make it in a snow storm or something along those lines. He was dressed in a black suit I'm sure to keep warm. Todd strapped on his acoustic guitar and started down memory lane. Opening with Love of the Common Man next came Cliche, Lysistrata and Tie You Down. Next came Todd's rendition of the Beatles classic Hide Your Love Away.

     The second part of the show  Todd switched to the piano. He made reference that this was his second instrument to which he quipped that he played as though it was his Fifth. The piano portion opened with It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference followed by Song of the Viking, Compassion, Free-Male and Twenty One and Hello Its Me

     The Last part which I'll call the Encores since there were no real encores Todd returned to his acoustic guitar. He made a comment about when he moved to Hawaii he had to learn a ancient war chant and that this song was to be performed on the ukelle bt\but he left it in Hawaii to which he Performed Bang the Drum Bossa Nova Style The finally was my favorite One World.

     Though the show was short Todd didn't fail to put on a great show. Sound was great song list fantastic hope to make up to Clearwater on Tuesday for the whole show having to open for the Pretenders was a joke the Pretenders should be opening for Todd. To steal a line for a friend in Cleveland go see this show IT'S THE BEST SINCE THE LAST ONE.

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