I went to Montreal this weekend to see Peter Gabriel and all I can say is WOW! What a phenomenal show. Everything was amazing. It was probably the best concert sound I've ever heard. I'm pretty critical (occupational hazard I guess) The mix was immaculate throughout the arena (I know some people, they let me wander). The PA company's engineers as well as Gabriel's engineer did a spectacular job. It's nice to hear a good mix, I get so disappointed sometimes. For instance the sound for RUSH in the same building was bloody atrocious. The band was amazing of course. Tony Levin, well....... Absolutely amazing. I can understand why Peter Gabriel called him the best bass player on earth. Such an amazing sense of rhythm and music. He played an orange SR5, some upright and a couple of songs on the Stick. Ged Lynch is an incredible drummer as well. Very different from Manu Katche, but I thought it suited the music a bit better. The music was amazing. I nearly wept in "Sky Blue." The stage/set, lighting and visuals were totally amazing. The round stage in the center of the rink was really neat. The crew moved stuff around for almost every song and there were different set pieces dropped in at different times. He did a song in a giant inflatable hamster ball that he rolled around the stage! He nearly ran one of the guitarists over with it . All in all a great show. I think that even people who aren't Gabriel fans would enjoy it. If he comes near your town, go! We also caught some smokin' jazz at a place called Charlie Biddle's after the show. Man, I love Montreal!