What a great show. I must confess, even though I've always liked their stuff, I never loved it enough to actually buy any of their CD's. Truth be told, I probably wouldn't have even known they were in town had I not got free tickets from a pub. After last night's show I'll definitely buy some of their CD's. Show kicked off on a humorous note...before the band came out, some weirdo in a Hawaiian shirt jumped from the crowd onto the stage and stole a couple guitar picks. Security practically tackled him and then chased him backstage. Then a few minutes later a girl does the same thing. Once again security physically removes her. Five minutes later the same goofball comes running out from the back, I guess he escaped, but then he picks up a guitar and starts messing with it, the girl from earlier comes out and picks up the bass. Security was nowhere to be seen. And then the punchline; the rest of Boston comes out and joins the interlopers to the strains of 'Rock and Roll Band'. Turns out said "weirdo" was actually Tom Scholz in disguise and the girl was Kimberley Dahme, Boston's bassist. I admit, they fooled me. First couple of songs the sound was terrible. Just about everyone in the crowd was telling them to turn up. Eventually they worked out the problems and put on an awesome 2 and half hour show. Played all their hits and were tight as hell. Tom Scholz is a genius on both the guitar and the organ...and being a keyboard player I loved the pipe organ solo. Anyway, if they come to your neck of the woods and you have even a passing interest in their songs, go see them, you won't regret it.