They displayed tight musicianship with high soaring vocals, a tight and intricate rhythm section and cool guitar playing. They had some pretty excited fans in attendance at this show who did their best to make their enthusiasm infectious.
I heard definite Geddy Lee sound to the bass with the addition of slap bass which is something that you don't hear that too much these days. Some might call it a dated sound but fashion comes in cycles and prog rock has certainly never adhered to cycles, so more power to them.
Their set included a couple of covers including Led Zeppelin's "Black Dog" plus their closing tune, Rush's "Spirit of Radio".
"New Age Renegade"