07.12.02 East Troy, WI

Alpine Valley Music Theatre with Liza Oxnard and the Soul Stars, The String Cheese Incident

I Was There
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Ben started his acoustic set with an alternate version of "Steal My Kisses", then moved into a full version of "Power of the Gospel" and a solo rendition of "When It's Good". Leon Mobley soon stepped in beginning with "Forever" and played through the end of the set, which included a new version of "With My Own Two Hands." Later during String Cheese Incident's first set, Leon played the djembe on "Impressions > Drums".

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anonymous's picture

I was so stoked to dee ben solo for the first time and I was not a bit let down by his preformance. I was blown away by Roses from my Friends. Best I've ever heard it played. I really appreciate the way he poors his heart out on stage and reveils his moods and feelings on stage. Also, I love how gracious and humble he is. I really dig what your doin ben. Thanks for all your soul.

anonymous's picture

well, all i can say is wow. i saw ben with the rest of the band last year but this show was just so much more intimate. ben is truly the most gracious performer i have seen to date, and even though he sits the whole time, it is still very fun to watch too. the only complaint i have it that he didnt get to play more. woman in you was just awesome. peace

anonymous's picture

Perfomance was mind blowing! Burn One Down and The Woman in You were flat out incredible. Leon Mobley was also a huge plus. Long time fan, first time seeing him live. Definitely worth the 2 hour drive from Chicago. My one complaint is that he was only on for 75 minutes.

spyderman23539's picture

AMAZING! Thats it, I think he was as good or better then SCI, he totally blew my mind. Burn One Down into With My Own Two Hands left me awestruck, i have great pictures if anyone wants them, email me.