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Neal Morse Live at The Cutting Room in NYC

I knew that it would be a special evening in when a small miracle happened on East 32nd street in the heart of New York City.

paul390It makes perfect sense for the force of nature known as MuteMath to upstage two natural disasters by showing up in New York and throwing a party.

Meany connects with an audience in a way that very few performers can, creating a bond that radiates from the front of the venue to the rear balcony.  A palpable expectation runs through the crowd waiting to erupt at the opening chords of each song...

DSC 7444 72 copyThe palpable energy and visceral gestalt of a MuteMath concert makes the experience an almost addictive pleasure, a cathartic musical therapy to - at least temporarily - break the spell of the typical.

 

 

A TITLEThey create not only music, but a shared experience that brings thousands of strangers together like people that have just shared a unique, defining moment.

MuteMath has come a long way since that Knitting Factory show. They’re sounding fresh, energetic, and their vital signs are good

 

 

neal90Cooking up a delicious repast for prog-hungry New Yorkers.

90The Neal Morse Band is capable of performing music plucked from any part of Morse's considerable repertoire with all of the gravitas, skill, and energy needed for epic prog!

Of Gods and MenPowerful, yet serene, this true-life story is a remarkable portayal of faith under pressure

DSCF0224 topreviewOver the Rhine is never more adventurous and satisfying than when they're performing live – this is a band that doesn't always play it safe

OwlCityOwl City, the enigmatic pop/dance/electronica sensation, hits the stage in LA and it's all captured on this concert DVD - get your stuffed owls, popcorn, and Joel Osteen books together and have a good time...

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