Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Backstage, Soundcheck And Gig In San Francisco

Our thanks to Susana Moyaho for this set of photographs from the sell-out show in San Francisco...




































15 comments:

  1. very nice shots... looking forward to the boston show!

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  2. Awesome shots! Can't wait to see to see the pics from the LA show, one of the absolute best shows I've had the pleasure of attending!

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  3. yeah im dying to watch this! cant wait!

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  4. nothing like two chicks kissing...

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  5. Hey is that Steve Wilsons teddy bear ?

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  6. Several of those photos are right where I was standing. Are there more? I would be indebted if the photographer would share them all!

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  7. Great show. Too bad I couldn't stay to the very end as I took BART to the show. Want to help the earth and be green and use public transport, etc. Porblem is the Powell ST. station locks the doors at 12:14 so I had to leave well before the encore along with a bunch of other green folks who rode the train to get home. It would great if you could start a show in SF at 8 for once instead of running past the midnight chimes and forcing all of us public transport types to leave early!

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  8. Stevestars said...
    nothing like two chicks kissing...

    Especially when one of them has a beard.

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  9. oh my god steven with shoes! INCREDIBLE!

    btw great pics, maybe better if posted in bigger format...

    waiting for Milan Show...

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  10. Beautiful pictures!
    greetings from Santiago, Chile!

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  11. Looking forward to the shows here in Europe! Hope you feel better soon Steven, hot ginger tea & thyme honey should do the trick....

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  12. I dunno guys, that sure looks like a beard on the blond....

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  13. best concert for me in over twenty years...best albumn I have heard in twenty years...and even after three months I keep hearing something new with every listening.
    A slow 'growth' albumn which is a sign of a classic...and this one ranks among the best 'grows on you' albums ever.

    keep up the great work Steve and PT..

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