My second time seeing JRAD; also their second time at the Cap. The Dancing in the Streets opener lit the place on fire. Not just for the Nicole Atkins' guest appearance, which was perfect and always welcome, but when she sang "Dancing in Chicago" the whole place exploded. Fare Thee Well was looming and the mention of Chicago just added to that growing magic. I had no idea what "the Stranger" was, my setlist reflects that, i originally wrote, "just a stranger" not to far off. Such a great tune. My highlight was "the Eleven" which came out of nowhere. Dancing to that music in that moment is something i'll never forget. My philosophy of dance is to try and move my body in sync with the music as best as possible. During this jam i felt as though i was making love to the music being created, i hope that doesn't sound weird but it was that amazingly perfect of a moment. When "Morning Dew" started i couldn't believe it, i knew Tom Hamilton would knock it out of the park and he didn't disappoint. Show was perfect, as so many of the times this band plays seems to be.