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Tim Reynolds 
And TR3 Rocked
The Kent Stage

TR3

TR3

Tim Reynolds

Tim Reynolds

Dan Martier

Dan Martier

Tim Reynolds

Tim Reynolds

TR3

TR3

Tim Reynolds

Tim Reynolds

TR3

TR3

Tim Reynolds

Tim Reynolds

Mick Vaughn

Mick Vaughn

Birddog

Birddog

Birddog

Birddog

February 2, 2024

Tim Reynolds the nimble-fingered guitarist for the Dave Matthews Band brought his side-project, TR3 to The Kent Stage on Wednesday evening for an intimate performance.

TR3 consists of Reynolds, Dan Martier (drums/vocals) and Mick Vaughn (bass/vocals)and they are out supporting their latest release titled Watch It

The show consisted of two sets.  The first one featured Reynolds on a twelve-string and six-string acoustic guitars while the setlist consisted of tunes primarily from their latest record. 

Kicking off the first set was "All By Design" which segued into "Dirty Feet."  The bands latest single, "So Am I," features Reynolds on lead vocal and that was the only song he sang all night.

A beautiful instrumental cover of Neil Young's "After The Gold Rush" was followed by and electric version of "Hazy Shade of Winter" that featured Mick Vaughn on vocals.

The second set saw Reynolds switch out electric guitars.  First there was a Telecaster, then a Gibson SG and finally a Flying V which was featuring on a blistering version of "Cave Man."

A great instrumental version of "Ohio" was played to the delight of the crowd.  Afterwards, Reynolds quipped "This is the only place we can play that!" 

The covers continued with back to back Bowie songs, "Breaking Glass" and "Rebel Rebel."  Then a huge curveball came to the crowd when the band tore into the '80s classic "She Drives Me Crazy" by the Fine Young Cannibals, and it was fantastic.

TR3 returned to the stage to encore with The Kinks classic, "You Really Got Me."

What a fun and entertaining evening with an eclectic group of songs and musicians.

Birddog, featuring Dan Martier and his wife Laura, opened the show with all original acoustic tunes.  It was a perfect opening act as Laura's voice was reminiscent of Paula Cole. 

Photos and review by Greg Drugan

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