Blues Traveler and Chrysalids drew a small and disappointed
crowd night when they played a concert in Stabler Arena Wednesday
The band currently has released five albums since its debut in the summer
Kate Fleming, '99, has been into the group's music ever since she heard
one of their first songs but was disappointed with the concert.
"Even though they played my favorite song, 'Sweet Pain' from the
album Travelers and Thieves, the crowd was lame," Fleming
said. "The place seemed empty and there was nobody there."
Chrysalids played for an hour before Blues Traveler performed.
Liz Eden, '00, said the concert didn't pick up until Blues Traveler
"The opening band was okay, but they were too loud, and I was waiting
for Blues Traveler to come on," Eden said.
The lead singer of Blues Traveler, John Popper, introduced the audience to
some songs from his new album, Live from the Fall.
Sarah Tarnoff, '00, said she has seen the band in concert before and they
played too many unfamiliar songs.
"I've seen them in concert before, but it was much more
enthusiastic," Tarnoff said. "They played new music that no one
Mike Dare, '00, said the concert was dull.
"I was not impressed with the band and the audience just wasn't into
the concert," he said.