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Robert Plant and Alison Krauss Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.5 star rating (3.5 Stars)

Number of reviews: 15

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5.0 star rating Philberto from Seattle, Washington

PLANT & KRAUSE GET THE LED OUT

Second row, we could hear everything. For once the bass and bass drum were mixed to support the overall sound, not dominate. Robert and Alison harmonized beautifully and made each number a delightful sonic trip. Loved the fiddle duets between Krause and Duncan. Old Zep made new again. Who says you can’t go home again? Bravo!

5.0 star rating Bob from Woodinville, Washington

ROBERT PLANS AND ALISON KRAUSS

Excellent concert, both performed very well and harmonized reallt well. Hope they keep working together.

5.0 star rating Nancy Hart from Seattle, Washington

PLANT & KRAUSS

Plant was superb, an icon! Krause is so amazing. Together dynamic! Amazing show. The show included selections from both albums. Harmonizing was beautiful as they play off each other well. Beyond happy I was lucky to attend.

5.0 star rating Patti from Dallas, Texas

EXCELLENT

Robert Plant- OUTSTANDING!!! Still has it!! Allison Krause- Beautiful voice

5.0 star rating KS from Somewhere,CT

BEST SHOW EVER

Absolutely chillingly awesome in every way Ps if u r going to get drunk and talk thru the whole show stay at home please

5.0 star rating Caryen Goodman from Louisville, Kentucky

ROBERT PLANT & ALISON KRAUS LOUISVILLE PALACE 5-2-23

BEST concert I've EVER been to. I've seen both at Bourbon & Beyond. This was much more intimate. Roberts voice is as beautiful, maybe even better than ever. Kraus sings like an Angel, amazed by her fiddle playing as well. Truly incredibly talented Band accompanying them. They sound even better than on my CD. I'd love a recording of this perfect night. God Bless you EACH. Thank YOU.

5.0 star rating T. McClanahan from Louisville, Kentucky

ROBERT PLANT AND ALISON KRAUSS-LOUISVILLE PALACE

Amazing

4.0 star rating Phil Chitwood from Evergreen, Colorado

PLANT/KRAUSE REDROCKS 2022

In center row 34 the acoustics were pretty good for an outdoor venue. I was, however, amazed at how POORLY the camera/projection quality was. Besides the early video freeze much of the camera time was spent on the lower half of the drummer between the vocalists-totally botched abd the worst camera work anywhere I’ve been-let alone Redrocks. I would yanked the camera crew after five minutes into the show-incompetent for reasons beyond my comprehension. Vocals and harmonizing excellent. Musicians superb. Wish Ms. Krause would have spoken more but her voice is amazing.

3.0 star rating Terri B from Oklahoma City

COULDN'T HEAR THE SINGERS DUE TO POOR MIXING, DRUMS, BASS AND GUITAR TOO LOUD. PAINFUL AT TIMES. ONE BATHROOM IN THE FACILITY IS RIDICULOUS. THE SEATS WERE OK, DIDN'T KNOW IF THE SOUND WAS BETTER IN OTHER PLACES.

The video on big screens never showed the bass player. The sound these performers use is minimalist and focused on the harmonies, not feed-back and dominant electric instruments. No where have I seen the mention of inadequate toilet facilities. Obviously the bad reviews aren't posted, but word of mouth still works.

3.0 star rating Ed Margolis from Wilmette, Illinois

VIEW FROM THE LAWN

Yesterday evening,my girl friend and I joined the throng of unmasked, medically high risk, boomers from the north side and close in subburbs who boarded one of the two packed designated metra trains headed to Ravinia Park. Since the train ride was included in the price of admission and avoided the pain of driving along with an additional $25 parking fee, it was a great incentive. Unfortunately, upon arrival, we were held up from entry by a single security guard assigned to pat down everyone entering from the parking lots as well as the trains. By the time we made it to the lawn, few unoccupied patches of turf were left. The nearest video screens were hundreds of yards away and looked like 16 inch TV's. The crowd was well behaved and there was nary a whiff of weed. Plant and Krause were individually in good voice and the blend was pleasing. My girl friend and I had downed fresh underwear in case the order to storm the pavilion was given, but it never came. I can't swear to what it was like in the pavilion, but watching the screens from the lawn made the experience "vicarious". Plant, Krause, a their band were great, but from the lawn at Ravinia, the experience as a concert was just 3 stars.

2.0 star rating from Houston, Texas

SOUND QUALITY ROW 107

Sound quality was surprisingly bad at row 107, middle section seats. Krauss’ voice at times was distorted by the poor amplification etc. I was also surprised that this duo didn’t do more to recreate the atmosphere of the album Raise the Roof……electric guitar doesn’t figure into much of that album. Some quiet acoustic accompaniment would have allowed us to hear their voices…..I hope

2.0 star rating A Felix from Tucson, Az

ROBERT PLANT-ZEP FAN

Too much Alison not enough Plant. I felt this concert was more about Alison’s music and Robert Plant was there as her guest. I was expecting to hear the music that made him famous and not a revised version of what was presented. I’ve attended several Robert Plant concerts throughout the years and couldn’t say enough about my experience. This concert was different and definitely not what I was expecting. I was sadly disappointed …but moving forward, I will check reviews and do my research before purchasing tickets.

1.0 star rating Bob indseth from San Diego, California

TOO MUCH ROBERT PLANT, NOT ENOUGH ALISON KRAUSE

Sound quality was not well modulated; outside of the venue it was much better. Drummer visually and sonically overly featured and music in general seemed loud and ponderous, probably to allow Plant time to speak his lyrics. Their voices, when you can hear them, do combine well but it was not much in evidence. They are much better together in a recording studio.

1.0 star rating Doug Martin from Houston, Texas

SAD

I don't know what genre of music they are trying to channel? I've heard better melodies in a corner pub. A real let down. Black Dog was butchered. Leave the oldies alone. Write some new stuff and set the hook. Nothing to applaud. Plant and Krause have amazing voices and should be capable of better stuff. Very disappointed. I liked their band opening better. Even that wasn't great. Here again just paying for a name. Oh and lets not forget the $17.00 for a beer! The Pavillion has lost its luster. That alone makes me want to avoid future events at the Pavillion. Takes the fun out of it. Also the lack of variety of beverages. What a joke! Do not waste your time or money...

1.0 star rating Barney from Boston, Massachusetts

LIKE A FEMINIST NIGHTMARE

OMG! Alyson barely sang. Plant seemed like an overpowering DB who stole the show to Make it about him. There was no bluegrass, only an old washed up Rocker.

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