Y&T – Arcada Theater (Photo Gallery by Alex Dale)

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Y&T - Arcada Theater - Alex DaleAlex Dale recently captured the energy of Y&T when they stopped by the Arcada Theatre in St. Charles Illinois.
Here’s what Alex had to say. Y&T at The Arcada Theater was one of the best performance I’ve ever witnessed! Played 2 songs off Mean Streak in honor of its 35 anniversary and one of Dave’s solo songs “Storm”! A standing ovation after a killer performance of “I Believe In You”! And when I say standing ovation I mean it! The crowd went crazy for nearly five minutes! After that, they busted into “Contagious” which is always a crowd favorite! Also dedicating a song to the fallen members as they do at every show! Ending the show by dedicating their encore to a local family who were big fans that recently died! If you have never seen Y&T live you should definitely add them to your bucket list!”

Enjoy!!

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Wikipedia Bio:

Y&T (originally known as Yesterday & Today) is an American hard rock/heavy metal band formed in 1974 in Hayward, California. The band released two studio albums on London Records as Yesterday & Today in the 1970s, before shortening their name to Y&T and releasing several albums on A&M Records beginning in 1981, as well as albums on Geffen RecordsAvex Records, and others. The band was originally co-managed by Herbie Herbert (who also managed Journey) and Louis “Lou” Bramy. The band has sold over 4 million albums worldwide to date.

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