Great show! I saw him at a small theatre in Cincinnati. He played a lot of songs from his last CD, Pieces of the Sun, along with a Genesis tune, a couple of Peter Gabriel tunes, some Crimson. He also did great versions of Peter Gunn and Black Dog. He also expressed frustration that he wasn't a poet or lyricist, so that he could express his feelings about what was going on, and then the band went into a version of "Give Peace a Chance." He played a 5-string Stingray fretted with Funk Fingers, a fretless Stingray 5, a Stick, an NS electric cello and an NS electric upright. He is such a nice, down-to-earth guy, and he joked around and was very relaxed. He came out after the show and signed CDs. One funny thing: The singer/guitarist in the warm-up band told the crowd that the bassist had been sweating for about a week! Warming up for Tony Levin has got to be a lot of pressure.