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TSO Livestream on Youtube
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Their stream show from 2020 is currently on Youtube and hasn't been taken down yet....

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#2
Still up as of Sunday AM
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(12-26-2021, 12:06 PM)danfromnj Wrote: Their stream show from 2020 is currently on Youtube and hasn't been taken down yet....

After seeing it once that's good enough. This is just my opinion, but that "live stream" was not worth the time or green that I paid. That said, if they can't tour this upcoming season, I'll pass on the "live stream" and just hold out for the next in house run, or I'll just YouTube and pick and choose what I want to see...so much out there for free.
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(01-07-2022, 12:53 AM)TheBigTBone Wrote:
(12-26-2021, 12:06 PM)danfromnj Wrote: Their stream show from 2020 is currently on Youtube and hasn't been taken down yet....

After seeing it once that's good enough. This is just my opinion, but that "live stream" was not worth the time or green that I paid. That said, if they can't tour this upcoming season, I'll pass on the "live stream" and just hold out for the next in house run, or I'll just YouTube and pick and choose what I want to see...so much out there for free.

It wasn’t much of a “live stream” at all, felt more like a “concert movie” (lack of a better term) which is why it surprised they never put it for sale afterwards.
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#5
Not a fan. It feels even more choreographed than usual.
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(01-07-2022, 01:30 AM)James1 Wrote:
(01-07-2022, 12:53 AM)TheBigTBone Wrote:
(12-26-2021, 12:06 PM)danfromnj Wrote: Their stream show from 2020 is currently on Youtube and hasn't been taken down yet....

After seeing it once that's good enough. This is just my opinion, but that "live stream" was not worth the time or green that I paid. That said, if they can't tour this upcoming season, I'll pass on the "live stream" and just hold out for the next in house run, or I'll just YouTube and pick and choose what I want to see...so much out there for free.

It wasn’t much of a “live stream” at all, felt more like a “concert movie” (lack of a better term) which is why it surprised they never put it for sale afterwards.
Who would buy it? It was just not good.
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#7
I've always wanted a proper mp3 of the live version of Promises to Keep. This is probably the best quality we'll get for that.
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