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A week after the celebration of the St. Louis Blues first Stanley Cup victory (Brett Hull is still celebrating)we're having our own celebration by looking back on this notable show from the Binaural tour. It happened to be perfect timing because this show was the winner of our listener's choice contest, and Geoff Koller who made the submission got to join the show to talk about it. This show occurred during the time of filming for the Touring Band 2000 DVD and what most people remember from that compilation is a moment that came from this show. Eddie sees a woman named Kimberly Rae Schaefer interpreting sign language on the side of the stage and decides to invite her up to do a song so the entire crowd can see her sign during a performance of Given To Fly. It's one of the more heartwarming moments in the band's history that's remembered fondly to this day. We'll also tap into Matt Cameron channeling his inner Jack Irons as he was still transitioning a bit style-wise at the time. Versions of Hail, Hail and In My Tree sound as they were originally intended to, but his performance on Parting Ways ends up being what steals the show. If you'd like to subscribe to our Patreon account, head on over to for exclusive episodes. We thank all of our patrons for your donations and we insist that you stay tuned to that page this summer for loads more LO4L content!


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