Review - Keane's Tom Chaplin @ the Great American Music Hall (2/3/17)

Tom Chaplin of Keane (Photo: Kevin Keating)
Keane's frontman, Tom Chaplin, wrapped up his U.S. tour supporting his first solo release, The Wave (iTunes), last night at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco. The near capacity, and adoring crowd, swooned with Tom's brit-pop ballads and gave back the energy needed to carry him through his two-hour set.
Tom Chaplin of Keane (Photo: Kevin Keating)
For those not already aware, Tom's band Keane has been on hiatus for the past few years while Tom's gone through rehab to get his life sorted after struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. The Wave has been Tom's first creative endeavor since coming clean, and as he shared throughout the night, many of the songs speak directly to his struggles with addiction, or are love letters to his wife who supported him through his darkest moments.

Tom worked his way through the entire Wave album and sprinkled the set with a few of Keane's most popular hits, including "Everybody's Changing". The full setlist can be found below.
Tom Chaplin and co. (Photo: Kevin Keating)
To see more pictures, check out our Facebook album here, and be sure to catch Tom when he comes back on tour.

Tom Chaplin Setlist Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA, USA 2017, Carried by the Wave

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