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"Oh, Myles Kennedy, it certainly doesn't even take you a quarter of a song to warm up those impeccable pipes!"
"Myles Kennedy's soulful, golden pipes can pervade a cavernous arena, let alone a theatre-sized room."
"The record definitely seems to be proven to be somewhat prophetic in a way."
The veteran US rockers hit local shores on the heels of their latest studio album
"Executed with characteristic self-assurance and melodic sensibility."
A tale of two halves - killer up front, filler up the back.
Looks like they backed it up.
This show won’t detract from such progress; the crowd-pleasers simply had the misfortune of following a sterling display, and therefore felt just a tad anti-climactic.
Hard rock and funk metal, together at last.
Highly accessible but soulful, Addicted To Pain’s anthemic hooks, All Ends Well’s uplifting refrain and mini-epic title track fit snugly alongside the groovy, syncopated riffs of Cry A River and Bleed It Dry’s startling Tremonti solo.