I absolutely loved the show. They kicked ass! They played a few new tunes off their new album, which were great. Absolutely nothing wrong with the new tunes. The audience just weren't familiar with them yet. They also played a lot from their older catalog from Facelift, Dirt, Jar of Flies, & even the SAP EP. Pretty much the entire audience was singing the Facelift/Dirt songs loudly. If Alice in Chains' tour passes through your city, I urge you to go. The band was very tight. Jerry Cantrell has to be one of my favorite guitarists. He always has the perfect balance of rhythm & solo in their songs. William DuVall was a great frontman and he serves as a second guitarist. As one would expect, Mike Inez was on-point and has an honorable music resume (AIC/Jerry Cantrell's solo project, Ozzy, Slash's Snakepit, a few years with Black Label Society). He switched basses a lot during the show. My seat was in the balcony, so I couldn't make out the exact models, but I believe he played some Warwicks & Spectors. I attended the show with some musicians I've been jamming with. My drummer dug the work of Sean Kinney and finally figured out how to play one of the songs that eluded him for years.