On the second night of a two-shows-in-three-nights stay at the Troc, the L.A. quintet The Airborne Toxic Event played a version of their song "Misty" that veered into Bruce Springsteen's "I'm On Fire" and then into Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues" before crash landing back on their original tune.
The band is touring in support of their new LP, All at Once, released a couple of weeks ago to solid, if not spectacular reviews, which might not be great but is a good deal better than some of the criticism leveled at them in the past .
And the sold-out, second show crowd couldn't have cared less about what the (virtual) ink-stained wretches had to say about the band, anyway. They enjoyed a setlist rife with new material and a nearly 40 minute encore, while paying direct homage to a couple of pop music giants that came before them.
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