Live's home on the road--at least for two hours every show night--features arches, towering columns, and chandeliers. It may be a far cry from York, PA, where the band grew up, but it is an apt reflection of their latest album, Secret Samadhi. Designed by LeRoy Bennett and fabricated by Tait Towers, the set has LD Joel Reiff's whole-hearted approval. "A lot of set designers submitted some pretty wacky ideas," Reiff says. "Roy's was the only one that really took the record into account. Roy ...
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