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Ally Schwartz from Madison, Wisconsin
I was home all week with pneumonia...went to the concert anyway! I am so glad I didn't stay home. The music was phenomenal, talents extroadinaire. To see three original members was so exciting and the rest of the musicians were awesome. I'm 69 chronologically but that's where it ends. I have their CD in my car always! Missed Maurice♥️ Recommend to all ages; sat in uppermost balcony, didn't miss a moment... rocked with E, W & F the entire concert and thensome❣️
Roxy J from Muskego Wisconsin
Wonderful night with my daughter, dancing and watching the best soul group out there! A night we will never forget. Thank You EWF ... best 90 minute concert!!
Ken Ostermeyer from Fort Wayne, Indiana
Amazing energy at the embassy tonight! Great concert
Laura W from New Jersey
Flew in from NJ to see Concert and was not disappointed. About 90 minutes of non-stop memories. All our favorites werw on the playlist. Philip Bailey sounded great as did the other members. Used to see EWF regularly many years ago, haven't seen them in about 15 yrs. Where they get their energy I have no idea. Verdine still crazy. God bless them.
Gene C from Northern Virginia
I first saw EW&F in California in the mid 70's I think and have seen them on and off in recent years. Last night's performance at Wolf Trap was nothing short of spectacular. My wife, a native South African just kept saying 'I have never seen anything like that!' Yes, the guys are a bit older -- we all are. They don't move like they did in the 70's, few of us do. But the heart, soul, sound and professionalism is still there -- The trade mark of the greatest band of all time. In these times of diversity, last night, EW&F performed and brought together all races, young and old to be witness their greatness and longevity. Seeing the photos of the guys from the past, especially Maurice, made you feel good...brought tears to most of us. Took us back to friendlier times. Verdine on Bass, Ralph voice and percussion, and Philip percussion, kalimba and that amazing crystal clear falsetto - still. Thanks for an amazing performance and thanks for remaining Earth, Wind and Fire.
Kaye from St. Louis, Missouri
Don't miss this wonderful show!! Standing and dancing to be had by all!!
E. Lopez from Las Vegas, Nevada
LIP SINGING AT ITS BEST
Saw the opening show last night, and though it was a very good performance overall, Phillip lip sync most of the songs, if not all, and so doe everyone else that sang during the performance. You can definitely see it on the large screens that they were indeed not singing 90% of the time. Amazing light show, and band performance. But you are paying to hear their voices and tuning old songs, and I know age may be a factor, I rather hear distorted voices than see lips moving out of sequence in screens.
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