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Elvis still has it! 3 hours of energy and great
music. The downside was that the sound
system wasn't set properly with an over
abundance of bass which made it rather
rough to listen to the first 60 percent of the
concert. Luckily the bass was set so high that
feedback was occurring and the sound techs
finally figured out to make an adjustment
which made the latter part of the concert
much more pleasant. But the musicians and
backup singers were awesome, Elvis was
amazing losing very little of his voice from
his prime. All in all, it was great to see him,
and he is still amazing.
Sam from Kentucky
Born in the UK with my teenage years in the 70's, Elvis was a hero of mine, yet I never attended any concerts of his in the UK, all these years later and now resident in KY, I ventured last minute to watch him, I was in the gods so the sound and sync were certainly not assisting in anyway and when singing along found myself a couple of words ahead, nevertheless he's earned his stripes and can sing at whatever pace he likes, he's still the man. The one slight grievance, he said trust him, he will play everything, no Chelsea or Olivers Army:(
Andrew from Baltimore, Maryland
ELVIS COSTELLO @ THE PALLADIUM, CARMEL, IN ~ SAT. NOV. 16, 2019
We drove from Maryland to see EC in the Indianapolis area. We saw him earlier this summer at The Majestic theater in Gettysburg, PA. He toured with Blondie during the summer, mostly playing amphitheaters. That show was a night 'off' between dates with Blondie. We felt lucky to get tickets to the show in such an intimate space. That show would get 5 plus stars. Great sound, presentation and set list.
The above-mentioned show was so good, and knowing that this end-of-year solo tour was coming up we searched for a show/date that we could get to. The Palladium show fit the bill.
The show started just after 8pm and went straight through without an encore. The songs of the encore that we saw in Gettysburg were incorporated into the end of this Palladium show. The backup singers were a pleasant and welcome surprise in Gettysburg and we were glad to see them again here. The Imposters seemingly can play any song as they displayed through more than twenty songs.
Toby from Kansas City, Missouri
GLAD I WENT!
Saw Elvis Costello yesterday (8/27/21) at the Uptown Theatre. I am not sure what I thought of it. It started at 7:15 and got over at 9:20. The normal lead guitar player was not able to be with them so Charlie Sexton. He is a great guitar player, but not sure how much of the songs were new to him. The timing seemed off - but I can understand that. He played a half dozen of his hits and they were well received. Elvis made a comment that he normally won't do Allison because he can't do the guitar work, "But Charlie can..." and then they launched into it. They changed the name of the band from the Imposters to the Layabouts because of Charlie. Elvis told a story about his dad, Ross McManus, used the name of the Layabouts because he couldn't recording obligations.
I am glad I went. I do wish he would have played the Kansas City song he knows - Liberty Street from The New Basement Tapes. He probably doesn't have much opportunity to play a KC song in KC. I also would have liked to hear songs like Ship Building, Motel Matches, but he played others that were very good to hear.
The big tour starts in over a month so this and Omaha were more warm up concerts (I am guessing).
Annonymous from Vancouver, British Columbia
The sound was terrible and ECs vocals were quite often off key. Indeed
the backup singers saved the day! Would have enjoyed hearing more
of his older hits. Queen E is a great venue and I’ve seen many fantastic
concerts there but this was not one of them.
Franco DiSalvo from Vancouver, British Columbia
FIRST TIME WITH ELVIS - GUTSY PERFORMANCE ALL CONSIDERDED
I was really looking forward to seeing Elvis Costello. I have been a big fan for a very long time but for one reason or the other, never made it to any of his shows. The sound, especially the vocals were horrible. There is no excuse in this day and age. The QE Theatre generally has good acoustics. Granted EC was struggling with a cold and coming off a long tour, but the vocals were inaudible. He also had to undergo cancer treatment in July, so he pulled off a gutsy performance. His artistic flair is still evident, although I wish he had stuck to his original versions. The fans leaving early was distracting and I couldn't help but feel that EC deserved better. His set last nearly 3 hours which is unheard of these days. The back up singers saved the performance for the most part. They were incredible. Elvis Costello is a great performer and Canadian. Yes, I hope to see him again.
Lisa from Los Angeles, California
We were in the second to last row.
Living with (and attended with) an
audiophile bf I’ve come to be quite
sound sensitive and immediately
knew something was up with the
acoustics. Although, not sure who to
blame - Venue or sound crew. Found
ourselves enduring the show and
leaving before encore. So not like us
being huge live music and Elvis
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