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WOULD HAVE GIVEN 5 STARS, BUT MISSED FIRST 15 MINUTES
Joe B is phenomenal. No questions asked. But we were so disappointed having
missed the first 15 minutes because of his production company's rules regarding
admittance into the FOX theater and promptly starting at 8:00 p.m. Attendees could
get no further than the lobby because JB production company disallowed admittance
into the main theater until a set time. Consequently there was a human traffic jam
that couldn't budge because the doors remained closed until minutes before the
concert. Lines outside were down the block on both sides of the FOX. The production
company should have realized it was a sold out show and made accommodations to
permit earlier entry. What harm is there to permit ticket holders to find their seats an
hour or more before the show starts. Thank goodness the weather was nice even
though it was November in Michigan. Otherwise, having to wait 45 minutes outside
would have been a major bummer.
Bill Turner from Cleveland, Ohio
While Joe is a truly gifted guitarist, he underutilizes his equally gifted
voice. The guitar riffs seemed to run togather and after a while
sounded alike. More vocals, less instrumentals, please
Joan Jones from Rancho Mirage, California
JOE BONAMASSA CONCERT AT RANCHO MIRAGE, CA.
I just saw Joe Bonamassa in concert at the
Aqua Caliente theater. Beautiful theater, I
loved my seat! And Joe is awesome, everyone
on stage is so talented! I love him, I love his
music, but I must express two things. First, I
really think the sound was way too loud! Their
voices and his quitars sounded distorted, not
to mention my hearing! 2nd, I love when he
plays his acoustic guitars, I think he should
divide his concerts, half electric and half
acoustic, that way we get to see his talent on
both! I still love him, just way too loud!!
Linda from Seattle, Washington
Saw him on Thursday, 12th and loved the show. But disappointed that the huge speakers blocked the band
and him at times. Didn’t need all that sound in the small Moore. Too loud.
Tom H. from Hershey, Pennsylvania
BONAMASSA HERSHEY 3/12
Joe and the band played flawlessly last night and really put on a great show. They are truely talented. We sat in the mezzanine and could see the show very well. Only 4 stars because of the crazing white lights that would come on and blind the audience at times. Would have loved some more older material but that's personal preference and not the band's fault. Great job guys and thanks for coming to Hershey!
Cam from Seattle, Wa.
JOE BONAMASSA IN OAKLAND,CA.
Flew to Oakland just for this show. First time seeing Joe. While I enjoyed the show, I was disappointed in the set list. Only a couple songs from Redemption (only one of my favorites). Wish he'd play more of his blues songs like, Midnight Blues, I 'll play the blues for you etc. I have tickets for the Seattle show March 2020. Hopefully it will be a different set list.
Stan Cunningham from Nashville, Tennessee
I love blues/rock. I've seen Bonamassa before and looked forward to seeing him again at the Ryman. As soon as he started it was high gear and the sound quality was terrible. I sat thru the first several songs wondering if I'd make it to the end. And then....
When Joe introduced Kenny Wayne Shepherd, everything clicked. Sadly, KWS only joined in on one song, which was amazing, but the audio team finally figured it out and all the songs after that were much better quality.
I am amazed at the talent of Joe B. He's on a level all by himself. But, for me, I'll take the raw energy of KWS anyday!! Great show though. I'd do it again.
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