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July 21, 2007

Incubus 7/18/07 Red Rocks; Morrison, CO

Incubus returned to Red Rocks for the first time since recording their DVD "Alive at Red Rocks". This was the Band's second time playing the venue and they seemed even more in awe of it this time than the first time. I spoke briefly with the band backstage before the show and all the members we excited about returning.

Opening the show was a band called Simon Dawes, they got a luke warm reception from the sold-out crowd, which was excited about seeing Incubus. When the band hit the stage, the crowd exploded with a thunderous roar. Some of the hits they played included: Drive, Dig, Anna Molly, Wish You Were Here, The Warmth, Oil and Water, Vitamin, and Kiss To Send Us Off. They closed the show with Aqueous Transmissions. The hour and a half set came to a close sooner than expected, they easily could have played and extra half hour to an hour. Brandon Boyd thanked the crowd and expressed how beautiful it was to play such a magical place, something many performers forget to notice when playing Red Rocks. For that he gets much respect in my eyes.





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Sweet Man!!!! thats a pretty clear image for a camera phone!!!

Denise Truscello

I love this Incubus photo... the lighting and the angle is amazing... I like all of the photos but Really like this one. Maybe I should just use a camera phone instead of carrying around my 8 pound Nikon???
Denise T


AMAZING photos!! Wow - I love them all and I am glad to hear Brandon can feel the power that we all know is alive and well in the Rocks :)


3rd row was pretty sweet. Especially with earplugs.


I think I was at that show with some big ass camera that didn't take photos this good. I really like the first shot with the Labowski rug. Too bad flea wasn't there to... well, you know. Great shots, you should do this shit for a living man!

Jairo Salda

That is a sweet picture. You definetly have the eye for it. I never would've guessed that's a camera phone.

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