MR BIG at Arcada (Concert Review)

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Mr BigDecibel Geek contributor Alex Dale recently joined our team. The music enthusiast and hobby photographer has shared photo galleries of some of the concerts she attends in Illinois. You can find some of those galleries along with those from our other contributing photographers on our photo gallery page.
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Alex‘s most recent conquest was one of her all time favorite bands, Mr Big as they rolled in St. Charles, Illinois. Here’s her words and thoughts on the event:
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Friday June 2nd at The Arcada Theater in St. Charles Illinois Mr Big kicked off their show with “Daddy, Brother, Lover, Little Boy” (electric drill song)! Throughout the over 2 hour, high-energy performance they played their hits such “To Be With You”, “Just Take My Heart”, “Green Tinted Sixties Mind” and more! They also played two songs off their upcoming album called Defying Gravity which will be released July 7th! Off the new album they played the songs “Everybody Needs A Little Trouble” and “1992”!
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Mr Big Defying GravityThis was Mr Big‘s second show on this tour and the first time they played “1992” live! I got to talk to Eric Martin after the show and he was telling me that Paul Gilbert wrote “1992” and that he (Eric) found “1992” a bit cheesy with all its rhyming.
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It was also great to meet Matt Star who has become an instrumental part of the band! He has melded so well with the other members and adding to the Mr Big sound!
Definitely a band you’ve got to see live!
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