Very quite at work here so I have the time to write a little review
The venue was filled with seats this time (on contrary to some other shows there that were partly standing, partly seated) but when Fuzzy started everyone stood up. I sat on the balcony so I had a good view on the audience and it was fun to see that the audience was into it right from the first song, The Shining Hour. People were enthusiastic and so were the bandmembers themselves... It's a pleasure to see a band play that enjoys itself on stage! I'm not good at guessing and I didn't count them but I think there were about 500 people present. Lots of thirty-somethings and forthy-somethings but here and there I noticed some younger people too.
Grant started with greeting the audience in both French AND Dutch which was a good thing to do, because those language issues are a bit delicate here sometimes for some people, certainly in the environment of Brussels
(political update: 1 year after the elections we still don't have a government, despite actions from citizens, called The Fries Revolution (walking around naked in streets, growing beards, having no sex, camping with tents and baking a lot of fries on public places hasn't encouraged the politicians to form a government so far it seems
) Our king is also suffering from a serious burn-out by now, the poor guy
so I do hope that our politicians start using their brains soon! Sorry for the political stuff, back to yesterday's show!
The setlist was more or less the same as the ones of the previous nights, with a few changes. It was something like this (probably not completely in the right order)
Wish You Well
Jupiter and Teardrop
Demon Called Deception
Lady Godiva and Me
Soft Wolf Tread
Stars and Stripes
Honey Don't Think
It's the Life
You just have to be crazy
Lone Star Song
The band played sharp, driven and passionate. I do prefer "happiness" on piano though and all was not perfect, but that doesn't have to because perfection is boring. I was really surprised that they played so well together just after a few shows.
The sound was great and Grant was funny as usual. It's difficult to name the highlights from the show but "Jupiter And Teardrop", "Drag", "Honey Don't Think", "Singalong", "The Hook" and "Lone Star Song" were particularly fantastic in my opinion. " Fuzzy" of course as well. I've seen many people in the audience going in some sort of trance during that song LOL!
So in short: great show and hopefully we'll see and hear more of them in the future!