Former DREAM THEATER Keyboardist Performs In Istanbul

Keyboardist Kevin Moore (DREAM THEATER, OSI, CHROMA KEY) performed CHROMA KEY and OSI tracks live for the first time at a small club in Istanbul, Turkey on March 23. The solo show was just under an hour and formed the basis of more elaborate live shows to come. It was unpromoted and tickets were limited to 100. All songs were accompanied by video material projected on two screens. "Graveyard Mountain Home" tracks were accompanied by the film that was included as a DVD with the special-edition CD ("Age 13"). Theron Patterson created additional video material (for "Kicking" and "Get Back in the Car"). The setlist was as follows:

01. Give Up Some
02. White Robe
03. Mother's Radio
04. Kicking (remix version)
05. Come In Over
06. Pure Laughter
07. Andrew Was Drowning His Stepfather
08. Sad Sad Movie
09. Again Today
10. Get Back In The Car
11. Horseshoes and B52's


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