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Andrew Colyer – North American Tour with 3.2 featuring Robert Berry – Tour Routing

The 2019 North American tour is well under way!  We’ve finished the West Coast California leg, we’ve been to Canada, the East Coast, played ProgStock, and played our way across the country.  Here’s what we’re looking at, as we play our way back down through the rest of the midwest, down across the South, and back up to the Northeast.  🙂

Andrew Colyer – North American Tour with 3.2 featuring Robert Berry – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Sunday, October 19th, 2019 – Shank Hall – what a great place!  Notice the “Stonehenge” / PI-looking symbol over Jimmy’s head – because Spinal Tap actually played here!

Robert decided to Facebook Live the intro to “Watcher of the Skies”….

Before the show, we ate at this place – The Elephant Cafe – GREAT food, TERRIBLY SLOW service…

Earlier in the day, between Chicago and Milwaukee, we stopped and visited the Baha’i temple for North America….beautiful and amazing!

At 9:00 am, Paul Keller is documenting the tour progress between Chicago and Milwaukee:

Andrew Colyer – North American Tour with 3.2 featuring Robert Berry – Chicago, Illinois

Saturday, october 19th – Reggie’s in Chicago!

It’s load-in time at Reggie’s!  Paul Keller shows us the club, before we start setting up:

“Ok, so I bet y’all’s have never played on a stage with a manhole before.” — Paul Keller

Paul Keller takes us backstage at Reggie’s, and down into the Green Room:

Paul Keller captured Chris Clark and Kenny Grohowski AWESOME DUO from Brand X as our opening act:

Andrew Colyer – North American Tour with 3.2 featuring Robert Berry – Indianapolis, Indiana

Friday, October 18th, 2019 – Irving Theater, Indianapolis, Indiana – super cool yet haunted old theater?  But full of real music history.  Elvis played here.  Local promoter Mark Gasper is a great guy!

“Played the Irving Theatre in Indianapolis tonight where during the guitar solo in the very last song my volume dropped to almost nothing. Someone in this old theater was very serious when they told me ghosts probably had something to do with it.
(Apparently the theater has 4?)” — Paul Keller

When we arrived at the venue, Paul Keller captured the atmosphere:

Paul Keller captured the awesome DUO opening act of Chris Clark and Kenny Grohowski, from Brand X:

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