Pure Rock Patroller
Thursday, February 21, 2002 @ 11:13 AM
Kings X Live At Chantilly's In
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What a night of rock n roll. The boys maybe from the heart of Texas but brought to the Granite state their own "Live Free or Die" brand of heartfelt songs and lyrics.
For a Sunday night it was pretty big Manchester Crowd. (Monday President's day holiday probably didn't hurt. Touring in support of Manic Moonlight, album #9, the night brought selections from all of the stages in the chapter which is this great band. What is so great about this band is they do not pressure themselves into making what's hip or happening just to sell albums. They create music where vocal harmonies and musicianship actually are the key to their success.
Some fool actually yelled during the show, "Play something good!" Doug responded with "I'm not even going to touch that remark." They then started into a cool version of "Sweet Home Alabama" which stopped around a quarter of the way through the song.
Nice to see band with so many songs to pull from switch the set list from tour to tour with a few staples dropped and added along the way. Also nice to see the guys appear at a local Daddy's Junky Music for an in-store appearance. They are great to their fans and a credit to the industry!!!
What is This?
Lookin For Love
She's Gone Away
Send a Message
The Big Picture
Higher than God
Talk to You
We Were Born To Be Loved
Encore - Goldilox (crowd singing)