The band is solid. There were some people who were obviously big Tony Levin fans. They were camped out right in front of him and stared at his fingers all night. Ahh bass players... Jesse Gress did a good job with the falsetto backups. The sound was great too. The club was only half full which was disappointing, but made it easy to get right to the front.
I can't remember the whole list (I'm sure someone else will be able to flush this out) but included were: I Hate My Frickin' ISP, Fascist Christ, Black and White, Black Maria, I Saw the Light, Lowest Common Denominator, Soul Brother,Lunatic Fringe (a Red Rider cover), One World, etc. I know I'm missing a lot here. He played about a set that was just over an hour, and two encores.
The highlight of the night was the second encore when he played a solo acoustic version of 'Love of the Common Man'. It was unreal. I was getting weepy (and I was sober!). He spent a lot of time after the set, and first and second encore signing albums and shaking hands. The crowd of the faithful was definitely blown away. Todd said that "he'd have to come back." We're holding you to that Todd!