Went to see these guys last night in Calgary... 2 hour drive each way. Anyhow.... a really great evening in a superb concert hall. The Jack Singer hall in Calgary might not be jazz-oriented but it has absolutely superb sound and sight lines for the entire audience. The guys came out and Marcus Printep demonstrated his chops in the first piece. I think he must have been suffering from a cold because he laid out for the rest of the evening pretty much. At one point, during a wicked drum solo, I saw him look at Wynton, grimace, and make a motion of clearing his nose! Ryan Kisor took a lot of the solos. My son watched him and said "See, Dad... it's OK to tilt your head to one side and point your bell into the sky!" I had to laugh because it took me a year of nagging to get my son to stop tilting his head over like a bird trying to go to sleep! They played a mixed set to start off with, then came back for the second of three halves. I'm darned if I can remember the title (I've got notes at home) but it was the four movement piece about Coltrane's story that runs for 1 hour, no stops. Incredible solos all around including the aforementioned drum solo. Wynton brought out a smaller set for the encore (the third half!) and they went through another 1/2 hour of just juicy stuff. There were quite a few laughs during the evening including Wynton's comment that the audience didn't want to leave "because it was so cold out there" (-5ÂºF). Now I have a question for anyone who might KNOW the answer (ie, not GUESS the answer) .... when he walks around stage he kind of shuffles... like he was walking in a New Orleans funeral procession. Does he have a hip ailment of any kind? or is it just "his way"? I guess that's about it. If you ever get the chance to hear these guys, don't miss it. Worth the drive and every penny.