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Agents of Mercy - Live in Milwaukee, WI, May 2011
Review by Josh Turner

By their own accord, they weren’t at their best. They were jetlagged and forlorn after a long flight and many hours of desperate searching for a needed piece of equipment at countless stores in the windy city.

Also Eden - Live in Bristol, England, April 2012
Review by Alison Reijman
For a band that  has come through so many trials and tribulations in recent times, seeing  Also Eden performing with such power and conviction - in front of (it has to be said) a criminally small turn-out in the West country venue on their home turf, was nothing short of a miracle.

Ian Anderson - Live In Milwaukee, WI, October 2006
Review by Greg Olma
The show was billed as “An evening of Orchestral Jethro Tull with Ian Anderson.” It is sometimes difficult to separate Ian Anderson from Jethro Tull but they are two very different beasts.
Jon Anderson - Earth Mother Earth Ballet by Jon Anderson
Review by Anne Corbin
The Center for Performing Arts in SLO is very pretty - it reminds me of the one in San Jose. Our seats were in the Orchestra 4th row (which was actually about 10th or 11th row). We looked around the audience for familiar faces, but saw none. Most of the attendees must have been local people.
Jon Anderson - A review of Jon Anderson's Earthmotherearth ballet presented as a poem
Review by Wendy Vig
Poem for Jon's ballet
Jon Anderson - Live in St. Charles, Illinois, August 2011
Review by Gary Hill

Don’t go to a Jon Anderson concert expecting a Yes concert.

Jon Anderson and Rick Wakeman - Live in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, October, 2011
Review by G. W. Hill

Jon Anderson and Rick Wakeman might be best known for their work in Yes, but that’s just part of the picture.

Asia - Live in Chicago, July 2005
Review by Greg Olma
I hate these guys. I hate 'em, I hate 'em.
Aziola Cry - Live in Madison, WI, June, 2007
Review by Josh Turner
Aziola Cry was the in-between band this night. From what I heard and saw, they should have been the headliner.
Aziola Cry - Live at M.A.R.S., June 2007
Review by Josh Turner
With the inclusion of Jason Blake’s Chapman Stick, the music sounded a bit like OSI, Gordan Knot, or The Tony Levin Band. The drums were steady and precise, coming by way of Tom Murray. Mike Milaniak’s guitar, conversely, had a nice patchy tone.

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