Barb from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
We were up and moving from the beginning. Band sounded great. Vintage Utopia
Carol R. from Toronto, Ontario
More than hoped for. An excellent concert.
Bonnie Kahn from Portland, Oregon
FROM THE HEART
The first time I saw Todd was in 1974 in Seattle. I saw him in 2018 and 2019 in Portland, Oregon. Todd is a walking encyclopedia of rock and roll. He is a complete genius and plays from the heart. Watching him perform is a treat and an honor. His band is pretty amazing too!
Hans from Boulder, Colorado
DIVERSE AND ENJOYABLE.
A totally engaging anthology with great visuals. He has a refined humility that establishes an audience connection like no others. There was great story telling, audience Q/A and he gave his band members some great solo moments. This was a diverse and enjoyable show, -- a solid 2 2/3 hours of captivating entertainment
Jeff from Cincinnati, Ohio
STILL 'EVER POPULAR' WITHOUT THE 'TORTURED EFFECT'
This performer is not one of those aging rockers playing local festivals and trying to live off of a couple of old hits, but a real artist that continues to create great new music after ~50 years (White Knight) and better versions of himself. He seems to have been gifted with a 'Tony Bennett' like larynx as his voice and range holds up nicely in a more than 2.5 hour show! A loyalist since the early '70's, I continue to be amazed at his creative talents and sometimes forgetful of the large library of original music that he's created. I also had an opportunity to meet and chat with TR before the show and he's quite humble and kind, talking about his software creation (Flow Fazer) and bragging about his son Randy a former minor/major league baseball player now coaching in Northern Ohio. Hey R&R HoF: TR is YOUR loss, not his.
from Jacksonville, Florida
For those who came to hear Predicable that is not what the show was about. It was unpredictable and song set good. We travelled from NC and would again. Sound engineer did ok with an old church venue. I wish the lady up front would have stopped with the song suggestions from the audience. Clearly that was why Todd didn’t play Hello it’s me. He warned her several times. What was wrong with her the title of show was unpredictable. I have seen Todd three times this year. Can’t wait to go again.
David D from Phoenix, Arizona
It was a great show. The Band played excellent, so many great songs, even the sound was good at Comerica. So enjoyable to watch Todd jammin out lead guitar riffs with the best of them. He is still a great showman who can work the room. Till next Brother!
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