Guster on Ice: Live From Portland, Maine Trailer

Guster on Ice: Live From Portland, Maine Trailer (2004)

14 September 2004 Music 150 mins

The first live DVD from one of Modern Rock's most admired bands, Guster On Ice-Live From Portland, Maine captures Guster at its very best. Recorded during the tour for 2003's Keep It Together, which cracked the Billboard Top 40 to become the group's highest-charting album to date, Guster On Ice is a celebration for its legions of devoted fans and the ultimate introduction for those yet to experience Guster.

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