Linkin Park ended the US leg of their “A Thousand Suns” tour in Houston, TX at Toyota Center.
The show was originally scheduled for Feb 15th but was rescheduled when lead singer Chester Bennington became ill.
The near capacity crowd was enthusiastic and Linkin Park was on musically the show lasted a disappointing 75min.
Our on the spot man Bruce P covered all the action for us and as usual did fantastic work. The show was a reschedule due to band illness so by the time it hit we were stocked to go.
Linkin Park is a band that had to grow on me for many years. But they have managed to wheedle into my psyche and their live performance is nothing short of brilliance.
Even if you take away the lights and backdrop videos the band would be great but together they develop a full scale performance of light meeting sound.
I will certainly be at each and every Lincoln Park show I can get to and I know Hillbilly Skip will as well.
All I can say is go check them out and you will not be disappointed. I do not believe my words could be eloquent enough to describe how great the show was.
Thanks again to Bruce P for working the pit for us and horns to everyone.
Lying From you
What I've Done
When They Come For Me
No More Sorrow
Jornada Del Muerto
Waiting For The End
Burning In The Slies
Numb(W/Oppenheimer outro, intro)
Breaking The Habit
One Step Closer
Wisdon, Justice & Love
Shadow of The Day
In The End
Bleed It Out
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