Alex Ebert performed in front of an audience of more than 14,500 on Sunday, Aug. 4, in the Hollywood Bowl.
The Hollywood Reporter gave Edward Sharpe a glowing review, noting that frontman Alex Ebert “clearly embraced his new role as a purveyor of good vibrations.”
“A soft-focus kaleidoscopic backdrop situated behind the Magnetic Zeros band provided a counterbalance to the clinically sharp LED screens adorning each side of the Bowl. And, while most of the group stays stationary while jamming to the group’s folk-rock tunes, Ebert stomped his feet, zigzagged across the stage and managed to pull off lines like ‘Ah — It’s the magical mystery kind” with straight-faced conviction.'”
Read the full review from The Hollywood Reporter.
Man On Fire
I Don’t Wanna Pray
That’s What’s Up
If I Were Free
40 Day Dream
They Were Wrong
Up From Below