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daboys Fri Apr 21 '06
House Of Blues
Orlando, FL, US
Rank: 10 Posted:
Tue May 02 '06
5:24 pm
Joe, what a smokin show, from start to end, including the killer opening act of Eric Johnson. But your set was just awesome, I've seen you a few times now and you just keep getting better and better. It was awesome at the end to see you bring out for your encore a G3 if you want, with Steve Morse and Eric Johnson, that was great, also to be able to meet you after the show was a true honor and your definitely a people person to stand there and talk to us and not just sign something or take a picture and say see ya, but actually talk to us, thanks again Joe for the memories and a killer show that everyone should see at least once, hope to see you again in Florida, KEEP ON ROCKIN'.

ru73
Fri Apr 21 '06
House Of Blues
Orlando, FL, US
Rank: 10 Posted:
Thu Apr 27 '06
10:38 am
Was at the MPLS G3 in 1996 when Eric Johnson did Red House. Seeing him do it 10 years later in Orlando brought back a lot of good memories. I am not real crazy about the HOB, but this show was great. Kudos to Joe and Eric for going out and touring together. Both sound fantastic, and the new JS CD is a must have for those of you who have not purchased it.

Siciliano098 Fri Apr 21 '06
House Of Blues
Orlando, FL, US
Rank: 10 Posted:
Sun Apr 23 '06
11:22 pm

Thanks Joe so much for one of the greatest nights of my life! Being able to see you in person right in front of me, I was just blown away. Eric Johnson also played an amazing show. Those crazy harmonics he hit by using separate fingers on his right hand were awesome (don't know if I quite explained that right, but you know what I mean). I can't wait for you to come back to Florida to play some more shows! It was definitely worth the 2 hour drive.

Thanks again Joe!

Toadfish
(Sukh Ryatt)
Fri Apr 21 '06
House Of Blues
Orlando, FL, US
Rank: 10 Posted:
Sun Apr 23 '06
7:31 pm

Oh my word! What an amazing gig. I've lost count of the number of times I've seen Joe over the years (every tour since Flying in a Blue Dream), and he just gets better and better. Great set list, awesome performances from the whole band and a really great crowd on the night made this the best gig I've ever had the pleasure of attending.

The evening was topped off by meeting Joe at the meet and greet. He was extremely humble, accomodating and genuinely interested in his fans. I met him in the early 90's on the Extremist tour and told him a dumb-ass story about making some baked-bean tin platform shoes to take to his show. Here I am 15 years later and I end up telling him the same story. Doh! I got the control cover of my guitar signed and he was kind enough to do an awesome little doodle for me.

Thanks Joe - an evening, and a meeting, I won't forget for as long as I live!

Sulh (Toadfish)

Robbbie
(Robert Albury)
Fri Apr 21 '06
House Of Blues
Orlando, FL, US
Rank: 10 Posted:
Sun Apr 23 '06
6:22 pm
The show was Real breathtaking.. Joe wa full of energy after openig w/ flying in a blue dream joe went into Dreaming #11 and his latest clossal..this went on for almost three hours..Joe closed the show W ith a G3 Expereince..Joe brought out Florida,s own Steve morse togetgether w/Eric johnson they closed the show Going Down Kanas, and Red house

stratster
(Jordan L.)
Fri Apr 21 '06
House Of Blues
Orlando, FL, US
Rank: 10 Posted:
Sun Apr 23 '06
10:03 am

The show rocked, Eric Johnson was simply amazing only thing that was kind of an upset was when he buttured manhattan with the "country western version" that didn't sound anything like it. But he made up for it with cliffs of dover. His bass player is really good to, he has great bass faces.

Then there it is Joe comes out, the place was going wild. He started with Flying in a blue dream, Extremist, Redshift Riders, Then I dont really remember the rest, but I gotta say it was great.

Then Joe say you thought we didn't bring G3 but with all these great guitarists around we gotta jam, So then Eric Johnson (playing an GIbson SG) Then Joe Satriani, and Steve Morse all jammed for about half an hour, the played Red House and Going Down from G3 97. It was great.

Only thing that sucked was my ear was about 2 feet away from 100000 watts of speakers, and I was preatty much deaf, and some long notes just sounded like mud with the speakers right in my ear. Standing for that long was a little rough but Cmon I was seeing the worlds best guitar players I can't complain

sisko
(Bob Sisko)
Fri Apr 21 '06
House Of Blues
Orlando, FL, US
Rank: 10 Posted:
Sat Apr 22 '06
9:50 am
What a pleasure it was to meet Joe Satriani last night after the gig. The show as always was spectacular and Eric Johnson was the perfect warmup to see Joe. Eric's intro to White Cliff's was awesome and it was so cool to see him join Joe in the end for some Going down down down jammin. It was great to hear most of the new songs they sounded fantastic especially when you are standing right in front on Joe all evening long! wow! At the end of Always with you Always with me Joe stomps on the pedal and blows your mind with a long ending that truly smoked my brain, The peak of the show for me. It gave me chills. Again, it was great to meet Joe after the show and I was first to meet him and he gratiously signed a picture for me and spoke with us for awhile. He's not only the ulitmate guitarist, he's also an awesome cat for sure. Luv ya Joe, Thanks!

Joes hat
(Chad Wollman)
Fri Apr 21 '06
House Of Blues
Orlando, FL, US
Rank: 10 Posted:
Sat Apr 22 '06
8:48 am

What a great show! Eric was awesome and played for about an hour and did a really cool intro to Cliffs of dover.

Satch come on about 9:20 and opened with Flying in a blue dream. I cannot remember the set list He did redshift riders,just like ligtnin, super colossal,one robots dream,potato head groove thing,circles and a ton more.

The most awesome part of the show was when Joe announced they were going to do a little G3 and he introduced Steve Morse and Eric joined them on stage. It was AWESOME and they did a incredible rendition of Red house.

It was a show to remember and Joe was on fire all night. It is really hard to believe he is 50, he moves more then I do. THANK YOU Joe for such a great show.I hope you come back soon, I cannot wait to see you again.


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