Experience Hendrix tribute tour better than expected

I had a bit of an idea that I was I was going to experience by witnessing some of the world’s greatest axe grinders perform in the course of a single show.  I suspected it was going to be good.  Instead, I was blown away.  I’ve been impressed just from listening to the likes of Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Steve Vai, and Eric Johnson for years but never took the time to experience them live.  The addition of the rest of the tribute tour artists turned the evening into a guitar virtuosity fetishists opium den.  I overdosed last night.

Reach publisher Paul Noah at publisher@daytoncitypaper.com.

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