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The Outlaws Bring Out The Hits At Kent Stage

The Outlaws Bring Out The Hits At Kent Stage

A nearly two hour show of Outlaws hits, including an acoustic set proved that Southern Rock and Roll is still very alive and doing very well. Original Outlaws band member, Henry Paul has put together one of the best Southern Rock and Roll bands I have ever seen in concert. This band is just phenomenal!

It was so great to hear the attack of the 4 guitars accompanied by drums and keys, just put that sound right down the throats of each fan in the crowd. The lead guitar tradeoffs, the changing of lead vocals, and the “tightness” of this band just brought The Kent Stage to it’s foundation. At one point during the show, Henry Paul stated that he had not been to Kent, Ohio since 1976 when the Outlaws played with The J. Geils Band.

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They ended the show with a 17-minute version of “Green Grass And High Tides” and judging by the crowd’s response, I am sure that it will not be long until the Outlaws make a return to The Kent Stage.

Opening for the Outlaws were one of the best openers I have ever seen in my over 46 years of attending concerts. The Buzzards Road Crew Band just “ROCKED THE HOUSE” with a little over 1/2 hour set of some amazing covers. This band is comprised of “road crew’ guys for the Outlaws. The “merch” guy, the “sound” guy, the bus driver, and, “stage” guy are not only true “road crew” professionals but they are also one hell of a band. The crowd simply loved them and were giving them praises during the intermission. What a blast!

Jeff Weaver

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