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Silverstein

Silverstein

Feb 29th 2020 @ Le National

Montreal, Canada
I Was There
About Silverstein
Genres:
Emo, Punk, Post Hardcore, Alternative
Band Members:
Paul Marc Rousseau, Shane Told, Billy Hamilton, Paul Koehler, Josh Bradford
Hometown:
Burlington,Canada

8 Albums, touring the world, & having fun.

Celebrating 20th Anniversary in 2020 with a World tour.
20 Year Anniversary Tour
Saturday, February 29th, 2020
6:00 PM
Le National
1220 Rue Ste-Catherine E, Montreal, Canada
292 RSVPs
Performing: Greatest Hits set + “Discovering the Waterfront” in full + Stripped Down Acoustic set
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About Silverstein
Genres:
Emo, Punk, Post Hardcore, Alternative
Band Members:
Paul Marc Rousseau, Shane Told, Billy Hamilton, Paul Koehler, Josh Bradford
Hometown:
Burlington,Canada

8 Albums, touring the world, & having fun.

Celebrating 20th Anniversary in 2020 with a World tour.
Live Photos of Silverstein
Fan Live Reviews
Mathieu
March 2nd 2020
First of all, we arrived late because the google address of the national theather lead us to st-catherine west instead of east. Other fact about that venue, the attendance was way too big for this place. We couldn't walk anywhere, probably not even legal if there was any emergency. Also, people were still waiting for the coat check at the third set. Anyway, we arrived late to an amazing, studio-like, top notch performance. The singers were close to perfection and I have to say, the ending part in "silver tongues" originally sang by Tillian from dance gavin dance was really impressive by ITM's bassist. Next up was four year strong, which probably put on a great show, but honestly, who could hear anything except the bass drum, a tone-less bass and vocal melodies? Because yeah, I couldn't hear most of the lyrics. Lastly, Silverstein was pretty great, except we couldn't hear the singer at the beginning. The soundmen really had a tough night. The setlist was really well chosen, the "This Is Where The Wind Shifts" medley was greatly written, definitely gave me some chills since it is in my opinion the best album ever written by silverstein. The singer got me pretty impressed by his ability to stay on pitch almost all night long, he seemed to have some difficulties in the beginning. Let's blame the soundmen. Yeah some kind of cheapshot I know haha. Still a really great night even with all the negativity stated on this review, but hey: what's a review without negative constructivity?
Mike
March 1st 2020
The Album playthrough for Discovering the waterfront made my night first tine seeing them would have gone to the Quebec City show tonight if I could have