They took the stage dressed in funny looking clothing, probably
the most interesting dressed so
far, well except for what the chick from No Doubt was wearing (hubba
hubba). The lead guitar dude was wearing this crazy old Don Johnson
looking suit, the bass dude was wearing a pretty kewl wide brimmed
hat that resembled that of Stevie Ray Vaughn, and the lead singer
was wearing these crazy old plaid pants that I doubt I would wear
out on a golf course. Cracker did most of the songs everyone knew,
what do you expect in a 30 minute show? They were one of the few bands
that could have definitely done more than 30 minutes and this is
what they were restricted too. They did "Hole in the Head"
(ya know "What the world needs now is another folk singer like
I need a hole in my head."), "I Feel Fine,"
"Low," "Get On With It," and "Eurotrash
Girl." - not "You're a Trash Girl" like some dude
wrote in his review. Geesh!. The only flaw I had with the show
Cracker put on was the fact the "Eurotrash Girl" carried
on for a good 8 to 10 minutes.
Not bad for a Dead show, but come on.
The crowd seemed very tame for this part of the show, minus a bunch
of people dancing by themselves in the pavilion, but the lawn looked
fairly dead. Well, although they might not have liked or appreciated
them, I did so I give em One Thumb Up! Wouldda been two but the
crowd just was not fully into it.
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