Stephen Jendro Congratulations on this detailed work!
Steve Jones I attended the 12-Sept-1978 ELO concert in New Haven.
Baugher I remember this tour when it was at Kemper Arena in Kansas City.
Up in the scaffolding Scaffold were several.I remember during.If you would like to see other brands of products offered on this website, please take our Visitor Survey. .The mirrors had C-clamps on the back and we attached them to existing pipe stubs around the leading edge of the roof.They gave me a contact name to get me in (I don't remember who).During some of the shows, a band called Kingfish opened instead.View (40 miles south of Oakland) was needed for a replacement pass bank regulator.(The band's hoe werkt gokken op voetbal equipment trucks were brought in under guard the night before the show by the National Guard.) The curfew was lifted the morning of the show and it was.Western Springs is actually a speedway stadium which was used for many years as a summer rock stadium and we subsequently saw many major acts perform there (Bowie, Rolling Stones, Kiss, Peter Frampton, Bob Dylan, Dire Straits, Pink Floyd, Deep Purple etc etc).Otherwise, the tape music was turned down low and used as a guide for the band to keep in synch.I followed up ELO with gokkasten top 10 000 a kiss show (the "Dynasty" tour) in July of the next year, also in Hampton,.0 Replies 46 Views, last post by, ceowen01, view the latest post.Garrett I was able to track down the date that I saw ELO in concert!Only down side and a Spinal Tap moment came when the entire PA shut down during one song can't remember the tune, it was 30 years ago).Elo was one of my favorite groups back then, but the details of this tour made the band seem absurd and i ended up both pitying the band and feeling a degree of contempt toward them.The set was designed by Michael Crisp and is reported to have cost half a million dollars to construct.This caused the band's instruments to often go out of tune, particularly the cellos and violin.Hugh's solo and Mik's solo also were surprises.
What I remember from Wembley was a much heavier, rockier version, with the tape pushed up only for the special effects on the vocal echos (no sequencers or click tracks as bands use now).