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Prism plays all the hits

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Vancouver based classic rockers Prism always play an exceptional show of their many ’70s and ’80s hits. Their June 24 show at Average Joes was no exception. Prism’s Al Harlow at Average Joes, June 17. Photo by Richard Amery

I missed sole original member Al Harlow’s always impressive guitar solo, but arrived in time to catch drummer Gary Grace’s drum solo at the end of “Mirror Man,” featuring Al Harlow playing his guitar through a talk box. Harlow left the stage to change costumes during the drum solo. I also arrived in time for the panty removing ballad portion of the set including “Take Me Away” and “Night to Remember” which had a good sized audience dancing close.

 They picked up the pace with  one of my favourites  “Don’t Let Him Know” before officially ending their set with “Armageddon.”

Of course they were called back for an encore of another favourite “Take Me To The Kaptain” which followed Marc Gladstone’s keyboard solo.

—By Richard Amery, L.A Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 05 July 2017 17:06 )  
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