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Kansas

Kansas

Mar 25th 2018 @ Mystic Lake Casino Hotel

Prior Lake, MN
I Was There
About Kansas
Genres:
Classic Rock, Progressive Rock
Band Members:
Phil Ehart- Drums, Billy Greer- Bass and Vocals, David Manion - Keyboards, Ronnie Platt - Vocals and Keyboard, David Ragsdale- Violin and Guitar, Zak Rizvi - Guitar, Richard Williams- Lead Guitar
Hometown:
Topeka, KS

With a legendary career spanning more than four decades, KANSAS has firmly established itself as one of America’s iconic of classic rock bands. This "garage band" from To...
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Sunday, March 25th, 2018
8:00 PM
Mystic Lake Casino Hotel
2400 Mystic Lake Blvd, Prior Lake, MN 55372
61 RSVPs
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About Kansas
Genres:
Classic Rock, Progressive Rock
Band Members:
Phil Ehart- Drums, Billy Greer- Bass and Vocals, David Manion - Keyboards, Ronnie Platt - Vocals and Keyboard, David Ragsdale- Violin and Guitar, Zak Rizvi - Guitar, Richard Williams- Lead Guitar
Hometown:
Topeka, KS

With a legendary career spanning more than four decades, KANSAS has firmly established itself as one of America’s iconic of classic rock bands. This "garage band" from To...
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Fan Live Reviews
Charady
Columbia, SC@
The Township Auditorium
December 8th 2018
This was my first visit to the Township Auditorium and I'm thrilled to have seen KANSAS there! They gave a great live performance, and I was instantly drawn in by the hypnotic sounds of the violin. It was inspiring!🤘🎶🤘
Tommy
Columbia, SC@
The Township Auditorium
December 3rd 2018
I have been to hundreds of concerts but this was my first time seeing Kansas. Outstanding individual musicianship and they all come together as a very tight band and pull off a live performance that does justice to very complex studio arrangements. Stellar show!
Meowywowwy
Indianapolis, IN@
Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
November 12th 2018
Absolutely incredible as expected. Kansas is one of the most technically talented bands ever formed. The transitions in their music are flawless. Loved the 2016 and 2018 Wheat and Greet and look very forward to the next one 🎵🎤🎻🎸🥁🎶🤘
November 9th 2018
Simply an incredible show showcasing a nice variety of ‘deep cuts’ in addition to the entire Point if Know Return album. The band sounds every bit as tight as they do on their records, Ronnie is 100% up to the vocal challenge of Kansas’s music (which cannot be easy to sing) and the guys just seem to be really enjoying themselves yet still very passionate about the music. Simply a super entertaining show and an absolute must for any true Kansas fan.
November 5th 2018
An Absolute enchanting evening! I had such a am amazing time and felt like I did in the 70's listening to all the great songs! Kansas is tighter than ever, spot on musically and they ROCK!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
What incredible musicians, amazing musicianship. I DON’T say that lightly. These guys, to be fair, regardless of lineup, have always been either overlooked or under appreciated for the masterful writing AND playing they consistently deliver. After what might be considered today’s “core” members of Kansas wanted so badly to continue making music after their last album 16 years ago, they were not met with the same excitement to “carry on”. Original singer Steve Walsh decided once again, and once and for all, that he was finished with the intensity required and was going to stay semi-retired from the demands of the career and instead wanted to write and record music or perform a “one-off” show only when he wished. The same can essentially be said of both original founding members Kerry Livgren and Dave Hope. So, the others formed a band they called ’Native Window’. That was helpful in that it kept the existing band playing and at least casually open to a new singer in the VERY, VERY rare instance that one should come along who sounds just like Steve Walsh or John Elefante, or a hybrid somewhere therein. To me, and EVERYONE I could hear around me at the show, Ronnie Platt amazingly sounds like both of them. And live, he sounds the best of all three. And that REALLY says something because all three of these singers are authentically world class and are each capable of stepping into a Broadway Opera, learning the parts and not having one person question their rightful place there. As far as THIS SHOW, wow!! All the way through, wow! Everyone sounded spot-on. I have personally seen Kansas live over four eras since about 1980. This was the best sounding show I have seen and heard them play. And while I hope I’ve made it clear that Ronnie Platt has won me over, I believe drummer Phil Ehart is criminally underrated as one of the world’s original progressive style, outrageously talented virtuoso, uniquely interesting, heavy-hitting and downright thunderous drummers ANYWHERE in Rock Music! KANSAS WERE SIMPLY AWESOME!
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