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Wayne from Calgary, Alberta
Great band but their unique blend of vocals, subtle guitars and harmonies were killed by the lousy sound. Way to loud, all bass , background vocals not heard, Raul Malo's wonderful vocal ability was way to loud. Whoever was responsible for the mix missed the mark.
Harry Diament from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
THE MAVERICKS AT THE PABST THEATER
The Mavericks are dripping with talent & energy! They had the whole entire audience on their feet for most of the show. My wife & I didn't lose interest throughout the show until this... Apparently there were some people gathered by the stage and were apparently talking loudly. Disrepectful? Absolutely! Raul Malo got on the mike and said "Shut the f*** up...this isn't social hour, I can hear you all the way up here! So, shut the f*** up! At that point, some of the audience applauded, but we were appalled. Part of being a great musician, is remaining professional in ALL aspects! He could've handled that with a lot more class and dignity. Our respect level went way down after that. Not cool! Also, for their encore, they came back out doing other artists songs. If we wanted to hear that, we'd go see the other artists! They had plenty of their own tunes left we would've rather heard. Would we see them again? yes, most likely, but not with the same enthusiasm! Raul, just because you are a star, does not give you Carte Blanche to say and do what you want publicly!
Russ Christiansen from Tucson, Arizona
MAVERICKS MISS THE MARK @ FOX THEATER
Great Band...Great Voices...Poor Choices. Song selection left a lot to be desired. There was not a good balance between new material and great songs from their past. I go to hear those unbelievably great Mavericks' Hits. It's OK to mix in some new stuff, but not all in a row, and for the majority of the show. Raul told a story of someone walking out of his show because he did too many new songs, and sang them in Spanish. Both Languages sound GREAT, but new material was weak and exhausting. Sorry guys, love the band, just not tonight.
Vince from Manchester, NJ
THE MAVERICKS AT ASBURY PARK, NJ JUNE 15, 2018
Saw The Mavericks at the Paramount Theater in Asbury Park last night. Very disappointed. We left after the 4th song. The band was so loud we couldn't hear anything Raul was singing. Great voice and possibly great show ruined by incompetent sound man.
Brian Davies from Cambridge ontario
Worst concert I’ve seen or heard for a band that have been around for thirty years maybe they are relying on long past performances.
Lando from Kansas City, Missouri
They must have thought on the first show, it would be old geezers, so they didn't need to perform. Beatles songs...wtf?? They started half hour late, and jaw-jacked for 10-minutes. Started very slow and lethargic for an hour; then played 3-ok songs. Left 20-minutes early as well. My sister got me a ticket for my birthday, and was totally humiliated...she saw them before and gave rave reviews....until this pathetic excuse off a show. You can only burn me once!!
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