Concert Reviews

Wallflowers at the Ogden, 10/24/12


Jakob Dylan must be a hell of a poker player. Last night's show at the Ogden proved that, as the Wallflowers frontman crooned through a couple dozen songs with a stony glare on his face. Clad in black and looking every bit as youthful as he did at the peak of his '90s stardom, Dylan came across either as a man comfortably in control, or apathetic to the point that he's no longer trying to fake being excited.

See Also: - Jakob Dylan's new album is artful and rough in all the right places - Live Review: Willie Nelson with Jerry Jeff Walker and Jakob Dylan at Red Rocks

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