Skyline Stage at the Mann Center for the Performing Arts, Philadelphia.
Designed by Bobby Dixon available at Secret Serpents.
Tour Talk Episode 4
Roddy chatted with long time Faith No More fan and New York Rangers hockey player Dan Boyle about groupies!
Cone of Shame
From Out of Nowhere
Midlife Crisis with Boz Scaggs – ‘Lowdown’ interlude
The Gentle Art of Making Enemies
Ashes to Ashes
Digging the Grave
This Guy’s in Love With You
Photos / Reviews
Faith No More impress the heck out of the Skyline Stage
By Matthew Shaver
Their presence on stage is what every rock musician should
aspire towards. High energy, with not a
wasted note or moment. I’ve been to lots
of rock shows, and I can say without hyperbole that watching Faith No More
perform blew away a lot of the acts I’ve seen that I like a lot more. Their career spanning set wasted no time in
making sure the audience knew they were appreciated as well. Heavy hits like “Epic” “Caffeine” and “Ashes
to Ashes” hit hard. Patton and crew even
took a break to slow things down with a cover of the Commodores “Easy.” While it was initially taken as a joke, once
the crowd realized they were going to do the whole song, every man, woman, and
child there was in to it.