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Dream Syndicate - Photoscapes 1

  by Philamonjaro

published: 9 / 2 / 2018

Dream Syndicate - Photoscapes 1


In a two part Photoscapes Philamonjaro photographs the reformed Dream Syndicate at the Thalia Hall in Chicago on the 4th December.

Monday, December 4th, The Dream Syndicate stopped through Thalia Hall, Chicago on tour supporting their new release "How Did I Find Myself Here?" Playing some summer festivals and touring Europe earlier this year, this leg, a 16 date U.S. tour wrapped up in January 2018 having performed more than forty concerts in all. Kirk Swan skilfully sat in on guitar for Jason Victor who had stayed behind in New York for the birth of a new child. Another new face to the line up was the addition of keyboardist and co-producer of "How Did I Find Myself Here?', Chris Cacavas (Green on Red). Set List: Halloween The Circle 80 West Armed With An Empty Gun Like Mary Out of My Head Filter Me Through You When You Smile Whatever You Please The Medicine Show How Did I Find Myself Here Forest for the Trees That's What You Always Say The Days of Wine and Roses Encore: Merritville Glide Photographs by Philamonjaro www.philamonjaro.com

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Dream Syndicate - Photoscapes 1

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Dream Syndicate - Photoscapes 1

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