Tech N9ne @ Spokane Knitting Factory (Review)

In just two days Tech N9ne will release his 13th studio album titled Welcome To Strangeland(also happens to be his 40th birthday) and only three days ago he played in front of full venue in Spokane Washington. In a venue that seemed to sell more tickets then they could actually hold, people were packed in tightly along all the walls and balcony area ready for Tech N9ne and company to get out on stage.

The first one on stage was Tech N9ne’s personal security. One on both sides of the stage looking down at the crowd intimidating anyone even thinking about messing with them. Moments later Tech N9ne emerged on stage along side his back up singers. A long row of lights laid along the back of the stage shooting straight up giving the affect of search lights in the venue. After all the tour name was Lost Cities Tour and the stage was decorated with scaled down city buildings. Bright white lights from the front and side added a bright view to the stage with a blast of vibrant lights from behind at times. This rapper came out full of energy and enthusiasm that you never would have know he was 39 years old. Jumping up and down more times then I probably could in a row he got bouncing to the beats along with the young crowd. With the release of the Tech N9ne’s new record of course he was going to play a few new songs for the crowd but without forgetting some of the old hits.

It’s amazing Tech N9ne has been able to record and release 13 amazing records, so dont forget to pick it up on November 8th. Also be sure to hit up his tour when it rolls into your city.



Laters,

Logan Westom
www.loganwestom.com

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