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Jars of Clay


The Door

April 27, 2012

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by OliviaC

Jars of Clay performed an almost flawless show for a surprisingly small crowd.  They always sound so much better live than recorded.  Their harmonies are fantastic on songs like All My Tears.  They played all the old favorites and premiered a song off an upcoming record as well. They played 17 songs in all.  The band was very comfortable on stage.  Dan Haseltine sang in his socks while Stephen Mason sported red converse and drank a Lone Star beer.  Charlie was rocking out on the piano.  There was a "party foul" when water got knocked over on the keyboard but a towel and a few jokes about pyrotechnics quickly solved the problem.  These guys were so professional and totally laid back about the situation.  They show ended with a boisterous cover of The Talking Heads' Road to Nowhere.  The band was joined onstage by their opening acts for that one. The audience left well satisfied.

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