Oslo Review


HERE you can read a review (in Norwegian) from the show at John Dee club in Oslo (NOR). Nice piccie gallery as well!


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The Dutch Shows…

Been to the shows in Zwolle at Hedon on Oct. 3rd and at Boerderij in Zoetermeer on the 4th. Nice to see the band after a year long hiatus. Especially the Zoetermeer show was great. The band played ‘Anytime At All’ live for the very first time ever. The show in Zoetermeer lasted 2 and 1/2 hours ; WOW ! Only met John briefly after the show in Zwolle ; kind as always, too bad I did not meet the ohter guys and Jill. Better luck next time I guess.

YT (3 van 1)

Zoetermeer 2019 Wim Rueter

Here’s the Zoetermeer setlist


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Barcelona Review

Nice review RIGHT HERE with some great pictures.


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Viva Espana !

Nothing beats this crazy Spanish fans!! 🙂

Here;s a review in Spanish with some nice pictures


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European tour On Its Way….

Finally, after a wait we are not used to, the band is back in Europe.

They kicked off their Euro-trek last night in Bensheim (GER).


Setlist (that was a long one!)



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Cool Shot From The Boardwalk

Here’s a great shot made by Frankie James at the free show from the band at Santa Cruz Boardwalk.


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Acoustic Fun

The band played a acoustic show in Los Gatos, they should consider doing a few during the upcoming European tour :-). The photos are from Facebook. Picture 1 : Mike Zeman, picture 2: Dani Waters

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The Universal Fire

After a fire at Universal many original master tapes were lost forever. It affected a lot of bands and their back catalogue. Sadly, Y&T is among these bands.

Here is what Dave wrote on Facebook, such a shame….

Well everyone, I just received the report from Universal about what Y&T titles were lost in the fire and what remains. Though Universal still has safety copies of many things left in the vaults on various formats, we have lost forever the 1/4″ and 1/2″ analog masters to Earthshaker, Black Tiger, Mean Streak, In Rock We Trust, and Open Fire!!!

That is the bulk of the most important analog masters to lose. These are the MAIN masters we lost.

It’s like losing your original painting, while there are photo copies still around. A sad day to reflect back on watching these get recorded to those 2 analog tape formats and listening back to those exact masters as each song was mixed down in the studio. Irreplaceable from an artistic and emotional standpoint.


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The SoundCheckXperience

The band made the decision to give their fans access to the soundcheck with a lot of other exclusive options and merchandise. It’s called ‘The Sound CheckXperience. As for now only a few shows in the US have this option added.

Wanna know more? Check the link RIGHT HERE.

Of course there are people criticising this decision, that’s the way things work.

Jill Meniketti decided to post on Facebook explaining the motivation behind the option called the SoundCheckXperience (it’s still just that, no one is twisting your arm to do this). see below;

As expected, the band has already received a few comments about their newly launched Sound Check Experience (at select shows). Let me set the record straight . . .

The guys will still come out and meet the fans *after* their shows where possible–BUT–that is NEVER a guarantee and should never be expected. There are many factors involved every day at every show that impact this.

Why did we add this cool new Sound Check Experience option? I’ll explain below. And for those of you who really feel you need someone to blame for this new added-value experience (which I think is a cool addition–I’d buy it for my fave artist!), I’m your fall girl. 😉

Touring has become ridiculously expensive. As the band’s manager, after this last US tour I told the band that they either need to start charging for meet & greets like every other band or stop touring altogether. It’s that critical. Travel prices continue to escalate yet the band’s performance fee does not. For example for this upcoming European tour, the prices for hotels, gear rental, crew fees, flights, ferries, etc., continue to rise–each year–so much so that I had told the band that 2019 may very well be the last time Y&T tours Europe.

Many of you already know Dave’s feelings about charging for a meet & greet–he won’t do it. But the band LOVES playing live and they don’t want to stop touring. So the guys got creative and thought it could be a fun vibe to open up sound checks (Y&T sound checks have always been closed) to those fans interested in purchasing a special, intimate experience beyond the show. The guys didn’t want to do a typical cattle-call meet & greet; instead, they wanted to offer something that few people get to experience. Aside from the “cool factor” of seeing a real sound check, with that comes more special stuff, like an exclusive photo that’s not available anywhere else but for the sound check package, a commemorative laminate & lanyard, a special Y&T tote bag not available anywhere else, and so on. We’ve limited it to just 20 people (or just 10 couples, for those pairing up).

And that’s what we’ve done to help salvage touring. Charging for extras is what most bands must do now in order to afford to continue performing. It’s just the state of the business.

I’m not at all complaining, just explaining.

Don’t like it? Not interested? Don’t participate. It’s that simple. Just buy a ticket to the show and nothing at all has changed for you. But the band & I think this is a very cool add-on experience.


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Documentary News

HERE you can read and listen to Dave about the status of the documentary.

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