Birthday Boy Steve Vai Rolled Back The Years Passion Warfare (1990) was a brave but risky move for coach outlet lebanon tn the talented six stringer; record an entire album without vocals and let the guitar melodies take centre stage.
With the fourteen track album having been a huge success and lauded by fans and critics alike the PAW tour is finally in full swing and tonight's (6/6/16) expectant audiencepacked out the Brighton Dome Concert Hall. The sound from the PA fades, lights drop and a scene from the 1986 movie Crossroads(in which Vai both acted and recorded guitar parts) is projected on to the back of the stage. As the characters grab their guitars the scene continues to play out the audio is replaced by tonight's backline and the band rip into the earth coach outlet aurora farms oh shattering track Bad Horsie. The man himself is hidden behind a blanket of darkness, only his head mounted lasers and LED filled guitar neck cutting beams of light illuminate the blackened stage. A few classic Vai numbers The Attitude coach poppy handbags Song, Gravity Storm and Whispering A Prayer are lovingly played through before the leading man introduces the band; Philip Bynoe (bass), Jeremy Colson (drums) and his long suffering side man Dale Weiner (second guitar). The Passion Warfare set then begins with Brian May of Queen appearing on the screen alongside his signature tones which accompany the band on a searing rendition ofLiberty. This feat is dished out several times with Vai's former teacher Joe Satriani playing along to Answers, Dream Theatre virtuoso John Petrucci on The Audience Is Listening and after PAW's final track Love Secrets the audience are treated to Frank Zappa's Stevie's Spanking along with classic footage and audio of the man himself. The set closes with some audience participation and rounds out discontinued coach bags with Racing the World, before the band briefly disappear only to re emerge for the encore track Fire Garden IV Taurus Bulba. Vai cuts an embarrassed glance across the room before it's announced that on this very night he turns fifty six, at which point the audience burst into a motley version of Happy Birthday and the band unload bottles of silly string across the band leader to mark the occasion.
A second and proper attempt at the encore track sees the band drive through every note with ease. The main man himself then closes the show by thanking the audience for the concert, and occasion he'll never forget and neither will we. Long live rock n roll.
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