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Live At the Pantages

Dan Wilson

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LIve at the Pantages

I'm not one who usually loves live albums (except for Neil Young's). There's something about this recording though that is compelling. Great songs. Dan and band sound like they are having fun. Highly recommended

Great Talent

Dan Wilson has done great with Semisonic and as a solo artist! If you like his voice and piano and guitar music you won't be disappointed with this album!!! He plays these like we like them but with just enough change to make them very fresh and enjoyable!!!! Great album Dan!!!

Live At the Pantages

Been a big fan of Dan's since his Semisonic days. He never disappoints. Thanks again for great album! 😀

Biography

Born: May 20, 1961 in Minneapolis, MN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Dan Wilson has been a cult hero of American smart pop music since the late '80s as guitarist with the bands Trip Shakespeare and Semisonic, and in the 21st century he's quietly embarked on a solo career. Born on May 20, 1961, Wilson was born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and like his brother Matt Wilson, he developed a passion for music and learned how to play guitar in his teens. Wilson studied art at Harvard University, but after graduating, he returned to Minneapolis to discover that his...
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