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Steve Daniel from San Francisco, California
JT AND JACKSON BROWNE AT CHASE CENTER
Pure pleasure last night. JB started off the show with a nice mix of old and new tunes and his band was really spot on. His lyrics were a bit difficult to hear at times and the sound balance seemed a bit off, but a minor issue. JT came out and did a tune with him and that was really amazing. JT's band, as always was stellar. Steve Gadd on drums, Larry Goldings on keyboards, Lou Marini on saxes.. and of course Arnold who never disappoints. Also they did an amazing job with the lights and graphics. But tops for me, as always, is JT alone on the stage with his acoustic guitar. Nobody rivals him and the chills were there for us. I've seen JT dozens of times, having grown up in MA and spent lots of time on Martha's Vineyard. There's just something about him that is timeless and simply wonderful! Loved it!
Cheryl Wold from Anaheim
This review is for the concert in Anaheim at the Honda Center. Jackson Browne was awesome as usual! He played a nice mix of old and new, and sounded great! James Taylor was lacking. He played some good songs toward the end, but basically was very boring in my opinion. I had a hard time staying awake during his part of the show.
from Los Angeles, California
JACKSON BROWN'S CAMERA PERSON BLOCKED STAGE
I went to see Jackson Brown, but I couldn't because I couldn't see the front of the stage with his camera person blocking my view. James Taylor did not have a camera person blocking my view, so I ended up a fan of James Taylor. He put on a great show, and one I could see.
Jacquelyn Chase from Los Angeles, California
The concert was amazing! We sat in the last row of the top section on right side so my only complaint is that the Honda Center only had 1 video screen to see the guys up close and it wasn’t high up either. How could they only have 1 screen with all those people. They’re usually all over the place.
Larry Kent from Orlando, Florida
STILL SOUNDING GREAT!!
Good to see classic musicians in there 70's still doing what they love at a high level!! Seen JT many times through the years and although not what he used to be, with a little help from other singers it came across pretty well. Only disappointment as many of us in the food and bathroom lines agree leave out most of the new stuff and the politics (mainly from Jackson Browne)
Serena from Detroit, Michigan
We came for the hits and he didn't deliver. Only did about a half hour worth of classic tunes versus an hour of lesser known songs. Lines to get into the venue were super long and we missed most of Jackson Browne. Not worth the money
Stephen from Dayton, Ohio
JACKSON = YES JAMES= NO
Jackson came out and played a solid set, mixing old and new songs since he has an album to promote. His voice was strong and he had a great band. James was not as good as I've seen him before, perhaps because of his set list. He played several songs I didn't know including one from a 1920s cartoon which played in color on a big screen behind him. I didn't pay big money and wait 2 years to see him play cartoon songs and songs I've never heard before. I'd give Jackson 4 stars and James 2. That's just my opinion.
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