Photos by: Dave Vann
ALO :: 02.10-11.18 :: The Crocodile :: Seattle
The 12th installment of ALO‘s Tour d’Amour is well underway and the quartet played The Crocodile in Seattle this past Saturday and Sunday nights. Ezra Lipp has been behind the kit for this run including the shows in Seattle. The Monophonics opened and the horns joined ALO on Saturday for “Undertow,” while more of the group emerged for a cover of Al Green’s “Love & Happiness.” Saturday’s set concluded with a “Barbeque” > “Tiny Dancer” > “Animal Liberation” sequence as well as a cover of New Order’s “Bizarre Love Triangle” as the encore.
ALO treated fans Marie and Ash as Queen & King For The Day during “Plastic Bubble” on Sunday. Zach Gill got on one knee to serenade the pair during an on-stage ceremony. Other highlights included a version of “Try” that ALO segued into Van Morrison’s “He Ain’t Give You None” and back again as well as a fitting rendition of “Crocodile Rock” and a “Suspended” encore. Photographer Dave Vann was on hand both nights to capture the action. Check out his gallery followed by videos from both shows:
Saturday, February 10
Set: Push, The Ticket, I.V. 1 & 2 > Sugar On Your Tongue, Speed Of Dreams, Falling Dominoes, Undertow (w/ Monophonics horns), Love & Happiness (w/ Monophonics), Room For Bloomin’, Girl I Wanna Lay You Down, Barbeque > Tiny Dancer > Animal Liberation Part 2
Encore: Bizarre Love Triangle
Sunday, February 11
Set: I Wanna Feel It, Blew Out The Walls, Cowboys & Chorus Girls, Not Old Yet, Alone, I Love Music > Waiting For Jaden > Country Electro, Plastic Bubble, Try > He Ain’t Give You None > Try, Lady Loop > Crocodile Rock, Maria
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