Pop rockers Toad the Wet Sprocket didn’t quite fill the large theater at The Egg, but their fans didn’t care. The band’s lead singer Glen Phillips was in top form, and so were lead guitarist Todd Nichols, bassist Dean Dinning and drummer Randy Guss.
For a rock outfit that’s celebrating its 25th anniversary, the music played that night still sounded fresh and relevant. Of course, that might have something to do with the fact that the bandmembers each went their separate ways for nearly a decade. But all of the original members were reunited at The Egg, and the evening’s setlist spanned their entire career from their 1989 debut LP “Bread and Circus” to their CD “Welcome Home, Live from the Arlington Theater, Santa Barbara 1992” (released in 2005) and even included a few tunes from the individual band members’ solo efforts.