Its at the beginning of Dragoon Road...........Interesting American Indian artifacts if your into that...........
Think of them as "Milli Vanilli Light"-- at least good vocals (I think?), and no "air guitars", but chimes and organ souncs emitted from nowhere.
The singer was a great entertainer, and the rest of the band was good too.
If you're into photography, you HAVE to visit this place. Usually, the exhibitions are extremely well done. However, its more of an archival establishment, and the "Creative" part of the title should be changed to "mothball" as the Center appears to have de-evolved into an institution that can't think past 1980. Perhaps the recent change in top staff will finally result in changes to an establishment that has not been able to adapt to the digital era.
I was a Lucinda fan until this concert. She ranted about a woman who fell asleep with her head on the stage, which distracted her to the point of actually stopping a tune about two minutes into it. The backup band seemed to overwhelm her style, and it was all painfully loud. Although her lyrics and voice are exceptional, all the tunes started sounding the same. I'll stick to listening to her CDs from now on.
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