Tamas and the guys who played with him, Kim and Anthony, were affable throughout. They told stories, both humorous and sad, and got the audience to interact in some songs. I always find this charming; it makes you, as a member of the audience, feel that you are likewise part of the storytelling process. Plus, the fact that they played stuff from A Mark On The Pane, A Plea en Vendredi and Two Years in April - versus playing music solely from the latest album, as the tour was named after it in the first place - made me very happy.
Anyhow, there won't be a proper review, yet again. I don't there ever will be one for the concerts I'll be seeing. Instead, here's a video of Tamas' his first song - When We Do Fail Abigail. Enjoy.