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Dale Caswell from Chicago, IL
JACKSON BROWNE MY ALL TIME FAVORITE!
Jackson was fantastic as usual and his new stuff is great. James Taylor was fabulous, the musicians over the top. My wife and I are older now, but we both agreed it was the best concert we’ve been to.
Tess from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Undeniably up there are two of the best musicians in the world. Spot on sound and vocals, get with it previous reviews people, oh sorry I shouldn't say that. Seriously , I'm 61 and guess from the old school. Seen Dylan 9 times, ya all probably shouldn't go see him, but Dylan could just stand there for a hour and do nothing and I would be smiling...by the way I wasn't even there, but my best friends were and they dug it. XOXO
L Daniel from Dayton, Ohio
A great concert. Both J T and Jackson Browne delivered great performances with good vocals and great musicians although I miss David Lindsay backing up Browne. I read some other reviews about song selection but I thought the set lists were great. I did think a few times when the band volume went up, the vocal volume was a little overpowered but not a big issue. After such a long time without live music is was a real joy to hear these icons put on a great show.
Ron from Athens, Ohio
JAMES TAYLOR / JACKSON BROWN CHARLESTON WV
Such a Fantastic concert from a great pair. It was very nice to hear Jackson Brown perform songs from his new album. James Taylor continues to perform flawlessly and has the voice of an angel. His performance of Steam Roller was incendiary.
JohnBoy from Roanoke, Virginia
Both delivered BIG TIME!!! The long lines out were a cluster f***, but an excellent evening 😉❤️.... and EVERYONE know he’s gonna do Steamroller, so sorry old ladies, cover your ears..,.. kinda surprising they don’t have the energy they did when they were 25 !! HA!!!
Jamie from Louisville, Kentucky
Both Jackson Browne and James Taylor have great voices and each, in their own ways, still seem excited by writing new material and sharing it with the world. The musicians and vocals were stellar - what a quality show in every way. The lighting and images were fun as were the big tv screen so that we could see the singers up close. The music each performer chose was meaningful and a good mix of the old and new. The audience was great and gave the musicians 2 ovations....the ending piece being You've Got a Friend with both Browne and Taylor was nostalgic and sweet. What a great show and I wish I could go again. Don't miss this show if you appreciate great music from 2 wonderful artists.
Denise Spencer from Memphis, Tennessee
Not a big follower of Jackson Browne, but he was great! I enjoyed his show. James Taylor Is my favorite all time artist. Heard Fire and Rain for the first time in the school cafeteria when I was 15, about 1970. I’ve loved him ever since! This was one of his better concerts of the many I have enjoyed. I hope to see him again some day!
Sarah A. from Nashville, Tennessee
So grateful to be alive during Jame’s and Jackson’s lifetime. Their performances, complimented by their talented back up vocalists and musicians, once again, nourished my soul!
Ann Martin from Bethel Woods
These are two of the great voices/songwriters of our generation .. on stage together..WOW! A privilege for sure. Jackson ..such a lyricist ..speaks eloquently through his music to us.. about love, peace, our fragile environment .JT converses in his folksy, endearing way between songs.. both audience and performers were responding to what each had missed over this past pandemic year .. it was joy
Rob Massey from Louisville, Kentucky
TWO OF THE GREATS IN ONE SHOW!
Jackson Browne still has a strong voice that carries his famous tunes from the 70's into his 70's. He was entertaining, sincere and seemingly humble for someone with his great success. Being a life-long JT fan, no matter the performance or the chosen tunes, I am always delighted to see and hear him play. His dry wit is amusing as well. Understandably, some of the lesser fans expected to hear more of his hits, but for the always-going crowd, it's nice to hear him mix it up. For me, bringing back the memories of when both Jackson and James' old hits were popular, really makes it all worthwhile. As all of us age together, recalling those years from their live performances today makes me smile. I'm just thankful that they are both still around and have it in them to continue to share with us. Thank you Jackson! Thank you James!
Mary Thomas from Fort Worth, Texas
JAMES TAYLOR/ JACKSON BROWN IN TEXAS
Fantastic concert! These guys still have it and I Loved every moment of it! Their bands were awesome too!
Steven Wayne from Fort Worth, Texas
JT & JACKSON BROWNE - BRING MEMORIES BACK TO FT WORTH
My wife and I were at the JT and Jackson Browne rescheduled, rescheduled event in Ft. Worth last night. It was an amazing experience. Dickies Arena is just the right size for a concert like this. Both artist, their bands and accompanying vocalist where on top form. We had an excellent time.
Go Bucks from Dayton, Ohio
TAYLOR EXCELLENT JACKSON UNDERWHELMING
Seen Browne three times this was dull and uninspiring he seemed tired and disinterested Taylor was smooth and melodic as usual excellent show
Joe D from Dayton, Ohio
Outstanding show exceeded expectations. Sure, both artists didn’t play every one of their hits but so it goes. Nutter Center highway access and parking were a nightmare. Shuttle buses helpful, though. With 10,000+ attending, it was a real COVID vaccine test for sure!
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.
Kevin from Detroit, Michigan
TOO LITTLE TOO LATE!
Jackson Brown was great, but didn't play the load out and stay, super disappointed. James taylor just talks too much. He didn't play the hits until the end. Alot of people were leaving early. This is my second and last James Taylor concert.
Mag from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
I’ve seen Jackson Browne in the early 80’s as a headliner. He was great then. Last night, not so much. He lacked energy, it seemed like his mic was not correct, and his song choices…ugh. Lame. He played too many new songs, and I didn’t love them. At one point, a man in my section yelled, “Play something we know!” I was psyched for JT. I enjoyed his interaction with audience. I tried to enjoy his new renditions of old songs (I’m talking to you Country Road) but I just didn't. The hot dog song- awful. A woman near me was covering her ears. At the end, he revived the James Taylor I came to hear. Some of his best know works in his amazing style. Breathtaking. But too little, too late. I like the JB/JT encore of Take it Easy. I had the cheap seats, and it was still too much to pay. Very disappointed.
from Akron, Ohio
JANE’S TAYLOR PLAYED SOME OLD NO NAME SONGS
Disappointing concert JT ditched popular songs for cartoon songs Very disappointing talked about not playing songs due to reviews didn’t play steamroller and played a song with a. Cartoon in the background. Very disappointing for all the money we spent
Kristen from Akron, Ohio
JAMES TAYLOR JACKSON BROWNE
Was super excited for JT and he just failed. Barely sang any recognizable songs. The few he did sing were ok. People were leaving and appeared quite bored with his new stuff. Jackson Browne was good, missed about 15 minutes of him though due to ridiculous lines and security. I felt like I was crossing the border.
Debbie Pastor from Oxford Mississippi
I’ve been to over 30 James Taylor shows. This is my last one. He needs to retire.
Former fan from Long Island NY
LACKING AND STAGED
This show was very underwhelming. Too many new songs, which obviously both were trying to promote to boost sales. Came to realize we very last “humorous “ bit of dialogue was completely staged, that is , same lines have been used at every concert. Would have loved some spontaneity from either one, but it was non existent. Never seen an audience just sit there, completely underwhelmed. Very sad , not worth what these guys are charging. So disappointing. Hope they read this and get it together. I know they can do better than this canned version.
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