The master of pop is winding down his tour out west. Peter Gabriel is out rolling on the 25th anniversary of So, his most successful album. PG and band return to the 80’s hits of So, reviving the sound he left months ago in pursuit of classical awesomeness with New Blood. His departure from the pop and into the classical carried his music into a new territory of sound. But now he and his band are rocking again, recapturing moments from the rich past. Certainly not the intensity of attention garnered in the 80’s when So was steaming hot. Posting top hits like Sledgehammer, Big Time, Red Rain, In Your Eyes, and Don’t Give Up. This tour has the feel of a victory lap for a man and a band that has shaped and influenced many artists on different levels. Where will they go next.
He’s at it again…. Adrian is on the road and on the attack. He’ll be taking over towns with “Stick Men”. The trio, featuring Tony Levin and Pat Mastellotto, will tackle “crim-centric”material. New jams are bound to surface. One can’t help but wonder where Adrian gets his tireless energy. He’s worked with Frank Zappa, David Bowie, Talking Heads, Nine Inch Nails, and the list goes on. They have a nice selection of small venues. So get out and see the maestro with Tony and Pat.