It was a good show. Very enjoyable. It's a co-headline tour, Crows were on first. I won't say I was disappointed in their set, because I enjoyed it. But it was light on the stuff I wanted to hear as a fan from the beginning. I mainly went to see them, and the experience wasn't bad, but could have been better. Other people there felt the same way. The set also seemed a little jerky and disjointed. On the upside- Adam sounded fantastic. And as always, the guitar collection and live tones from Dan Vickrey were stunning. That guy is just a tone monster, and his guitars will make just about any vintage fan six shades of green. All in all the mix was good, but I'd not call it great. I could hear everything well, but it was just kinda of what you'd expect at a huge outdoor amphitheater show. Nothing special. Matchbox Twenty went on second. I have a love/hate relationship with this band. It's pedestrian pop, but very well written, crafted, and executed. I think of Rob Thomas as this generation's John Fogerty. Not that their music is comparable to me, but they have had similar trajectories. Rob Thomas was to the 90's what Fogerty was to his heyday. Nothing but hit, after hit, after hit. They are two guys that just can't miss. Thomas could get up in the morning totally hung over, stumble into the bathroom, and poop a gold record. Whether you like his style or not, he is that good. Sorry to Crows and their fans, I actually MUCH prefer the band and music to that of Matchbox Twenty, but MT simply blew them out of the water last night. Much more energy, much better flow, an overall tighter and better sounding band, and their FOH guy was a beast. Their sound was incredible. Probably one of the best large venue live shows I've ever heard. I'll always be a Crows fan. I'll see them again. I'm hoping they were just having an off night. We all know it happens. I'll never be a huge Matchbox Twenty fan. I don't dislike them, they just are what they are. But last night, they made the show for me. They were definitely the best band on the bill, and totally killed.