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  • Palais Theatre in St Kilda, Australia on Fri, 06 Mar 2020

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    Great Show. Pat's commitment to musicianship and coming with an immaculate fully charged performance every time, unrivalled. This one was a trip back in time in a mostlyJazz Quartet style. Songs played as I remember 1.Into the Dream 2. Bright Size Life 3. So may it secretly Begin 4. Have you Heard 5. Sirabohrn 6. James 7. Daulton Lee 8. James 9. Spring ain't here 10. Always and Forever 11. If I Could 12. Better Days Ahead 13. The Red One 14. Farmer's Trust 15. Change of Heart. 16. Question and Answer 17. Acoustic Medley (Last Train Home) 18. Song for Bilbao

    Probably left a few out and added 1 too many. An exquisite set re invented.

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    Jazz guitarist Pat Metheny drew from his stellar 40 plus year career to deliver an adventurous set at Melbourne's Palais Theatre on Friday night. Accompanied by a most inspiring and committed Antonio Sanchez on drums, Gwilym Simcock on piano and Linda May oh Han on double bass, they ventured into the night with confidence and verve that almost new no bounds. Metheny began the night seated with his twin-neck acoustic guitar for a focused delivery of lucid grace noted and sparkling Kyoto-type sounds. It wasn't long before he was joined by his band fuelled by a special chemistry. Stretching back to the lead off track from his 1989 album Letter From Home , Have You Heard. With dynamics in the set highlighted by Sanchez"s drumming and Gwilym's piano sounds the night became more adventurous by the minute. Whether they were rocking with crazy intent on Metheny's and Sanchez's take on Trignometry from Metheny's Song X album where his guitar synth sounds muted and agitated the original horn sounds of the late Ornette Coleman or with another reflection on As Falls Witchita So Falls Witchita Falls, the set was at times breath taking. Ending with an acoustic blend from A Quiet Night prior to the standing ovation encore, Pat Metheny at The Palais was indeed a triumph of sound. Steve Scott

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  • State Theatre in Sydney, Australia on Sat, 07 Mar 2020

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    It was a truly excellent event with Pat and the band playing without breaks. Apart from Pat of course, I was just gobsmacked at how great Gwilym, Linda and Antonio were on piano, bass and drums respectively. The part where Pat did a section with each player separately was ahighlight.

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  • Koncerthuset in Copenhagen, Denmark on Mon, 04 Jul 2016

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    Fan for 30 years, never seen live, this was truly an emotional fantastic experience :)

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Pat Metheny tour history

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About Pat Metheny

Pat Metheny was born 69 years ago, on Thursday, 12 August 1954.

Based on our research data, it appears, that the first Pat Metheny concert happened 44 years ago on Tue, 07 Jul 1981 in Uptown Theater - Kansas City, US and that the last Pat Metheny concert was 2 months ago on Sat, 13 Apr 2024 in Bardavon 1869 Opera House - Poughkeepsie, US.

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