The Hollywood Reporter: Alex Ebert a ‘purveyor of good vibrations’

August 6, 2013

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.

Set List:

Man On Fire
I Don’t Wanna Pray
That’s What’s Up
If I Were Free
40 Day Dream
Fiya Wata
They Were Wrong
Better Days
Up From Below

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