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Kansas
a month ago
This weekend's KANSAS concerts scheduled for Thursday, August 18 in Pittsburg, KS and Saturday, August 20 in Selma, TX (w/guests .38 Special) are cancelled. 



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Bill Harp
September 19th 2022
The venue was just the right size for an intamite enviornment, to share their very last show of the tour together with a host of fan's. Everyone seemded to really have a great time and I am so glad to have attended and have a warm memory of a childhood band with so many memories. THANK YOU KANSAS for an amazing trip down memory lane, together.
San Jose, CA@San Jose Civic
Kathy
September 15th 2022
Was Very enjoyable and entertaining! Loved the music 🎵🎶! Venue was Awesome and we'll be coming back again! Reschedule from Saturday April 30, 22 Myron's Cabaret to September 13th 2022 730-10p. Played ALL my favorites! Praying for all the members of the band and team! Love to see you guys again!😁👍👍🙏😁👍🎵🎶
Las Vegas, NV@Smith Center
DAve
June 5th 2022
Billed as the ‘Point Of Know Return Tour’ with the album played in it’s entirety I got myself psyched for this one! In actually it was the 4th anniversary of the 40th anniversary tour the classic album released in late 1977 delayed (another residual effect of the pandemic). Being my fourth time seeing the band since my maiden voyage back in the 70’s with the original crew of Walsh, Livgren, Steinhart, Williams, Hope & Ehart, there was naturally a slight trepidation on my behalf. That quickly changed! Entering the auditorium en route to the 6th row the stage set caught my attention. There were 4 pub style barstools a forefront two keyboard platforms L&R, a drum platform center-stage with dual bass drums adorning the albums classic dragon artwork (heads inward). I knew I was not going to experience a greatest hits set (okay by me) thanks to one nay-sayer online quoting, ‘save your money for a good tribute band’. The lights went down to an acoustic set highlighting the vocal magnificence Kansas has fine tuned which charted the course for a three-set, 20 song, 2 hour show which included content from 8 of their 16 studio albums spanning 48 years. Fact is you cant play them all so I give the set list my thumbs-up. A backdrop which seemed to be a derivation of the ‘Vinyl Confessions’ album art with images of speakers superimposed over a LP highlighting the classic KANSAS logo appeared. Bar stools removed it was a full on rock show, veterans Phil Ehart 71 (drums) and Rich Williams 72 (guitar) with Billy Greer (bass since ’85) kept everything afloat. ‘Good evening and welcome to Kansas’ Greer announced, ‘Did you bring your Saturday night energy with you?’ A ‘good to see you Phil’ resounded back from somewhere mid-audience! Ronnie Platt (vocals) hit all the high notes with absolute perfection, when he wasn’t behind the mike or keys he was conducting the band with his hands or playing one or more ‘air instruments’. When it came to ‘Point’, a heavy album on violin, David Ragsdale (since ’91) did an outstanding job on Stienhart’s compositions (think ‘Hopelessly Human’)! There were a couple changes to the setlist, the addition of ‘Hold On’, and ‘Can I Tell You’ from their first album which the band ‘dusted off’ for this show was subbed out for ‘Song For America’! It was my first time at Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium and I was very impressed by the sound quality, it was one of the only rock shows I could make out every word. A quick word about merch: Kudos to Kansas for $30 official tour shirts, just goes to show that other bands demanding $55 is not supply and demand but more like robbery! by DAve (Concert #655)
Spartanburg, SC@Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium
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About Kansas
With a legendary career spanning five decades, KANSAS has firmly established itself as one of America’s iconic classic rock bands. This "garage band" from Topeka released...
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Genres:
Progressive Rock, Classic Rock
Band Members:
Richard Williams- Lead Guitar, David Ragsdale- Violin and Guitar, Billy Greer- Bass and Vocals, Phil Ehart- Drums, Ronnie Platt - Vocals and Keyboard, Tom Brislin
Hometown:
Topeka, Kansas

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Kansas
a month ago
This weekend's KANSAS concerts scheduled for Thursday, August 18 in Pittsburg, KS and Saturday, August 20 in Selma, TX (w/guests .38 Special) are cancelled. 



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Live Photos of Kansas
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Fan Reviews
Bill Harp
September 19th 2022
The venue was just the right size for an intamite enviornment, to share their very last show of the tour together with a host of fan's. Everyone seemded to really have a great time and I am so glad to have attended and have a warm memory of a childhood band with so many memories. THANK YOU KANSAS for an amazing trip down memory lane, together.
San Jose, CA@San Jose Civic
Kathy
September 15th 2022
Was Very enjoyable and entertaining! Loved the music 🎵🎶! Venue was Awesome and we'll be coming back again! Reschedule from Saturday April 30, 22 Myron's Cabaret to September 13th 2022 730-10p. Played ALL my favorites! Praying for all the members of the band and team! Love to see you guys again!😁👍👍🙏😁👍🎵🎶
Las Vegas, NV@Smith Center
DAve
June 5th 2022
Billed as the ‘Point Of Know Return Tour’ with the album played in it’s entirety I got myself psyched for this one! In actually it was the 4th anniversary of the 40th anniversary tour the classic album released in late 1977 delayed (another residual effect of the pandemic). Being my fourth time seeing the band since my maiden voyage back in the 70’s with the original crew of Walsh, Livgren, Steinhart, Williams, Hope & Ehart, there was naturally a slight trepidation on my behalf. That quickly changed! Entering the auditorium en route to the 6th row the stage set caught my attention. There were 4 pub style barstools a forefront two keyboard platforms L&R, a drum platform center-stage with dual bass drums adorning the albums classic dragon artwork (heads inward). I knew I was not going to experience a greatest hits set (okay by me) thanks to one nay-sayer online quoting, ‘save your money for a good tribute band’. The lights went down to an acoustic set highlighting the vocal magnificence Kansas has fine tuned which charted the course for a three-set, 20 song, 2 hour show which included content from 8 of their 16 studio albums spanning 48 years. Fact is you cant play them all so I give the set list my thumbs-up. A backdrop which seemed to be a derivation of the ‘Vinyl Confessions’ album art with images of speakers superimposed over a LP highlighting the classic KANSAS logo appeared. Bar stools removed it was a full on rock show, veterans Phil Ehart 71 (drums) and Rich Williams 72 (guitar) with Billy Greer (bass since ’85) kept everything afloat. ‘Good evening and welcome to Kansas’ Greer announced, ‘Did you bring your Saturday night energy with you?’ A ‘good to see you Phil’ resounded back from somewhere mid-audience! Ronnie Platt (vocals) hit all the high notes with absolute perfection, when he wasn’t behind the mike or keys he was conducting the band with his hands or playing one or more ‘air instruments’. When it came to ‘Point’, a heavy album on violin, David Ragsdale (since ’91) did an outstanding job on Stienhart’s compositions (think ‘Hopelessly Human’)! There were a couple changes to the setlist, the addition of ‘Hold On’, and ‘Can I Tell You’ from their first album which the band ‘dusted off’ for this show was subbed out for ‘Song For America’! It was my first time at Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium and I was very impressed by the sound quality, it was one of the only rock shows I could make out every word. A quick word about merch: Kudos to Kansas for $30 official tour shirts, just goes to show that other bands demanding $55 is not supply and demand but more like robbery! by DAve (Concert #655)
Spartanburg, SC@Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium
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About Kansas
With a legendary career spanning five decades, KANSAS has firmly established itself as one of America’s iconic classic rock bands. This "garage band" from Topeka released...
Read More
Genres:
Progressive Rock, Classic Rock
Band Members:
Richard Williams- Lead Guitar, David Ragsdale- Violin and Guitar, Billy Greer- Bass and Vocals, Phil Ehart- Drums, Ronnie Platt - Vocals and Keyboard, Tom Brislin
Hometown:
Topeka, Kansas

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