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Some good moments with Love is the Answer and One World, but
overall I found it loud and boring. Sound was off and singing was not
heard very well in first half; got better in the second set. I thought it
was loud and heavy... He's a better singer than guitarist... Bassist's voice
when singing solo was annoying...
Eileen C. from Chicago, Illinois
TODD RUNDGREN/UTOPIA CHGO CONCERT
Not happy whatsoever. How can
someone that is a pretty big
musical artists such as taught
himself, give a concert and spend
the first 30 minutes of the concert,
not singing at all, only playing the
guitar. Then for the next 45
minutes so, he played songs that
my sister and I have never heard.
Apparently they're from his new
album, I guess, don't know. He also
played an ELO song. Um...really?
How about playing a Utopia song!!!
NOT happy at all! Also, re the
Chicago Theater, the seating
sucked. The seating is barely on an
angle, and we couldn't even see
the stage in front of us, only heads.
Really disappointed overall. Never
again Todd, sorry.
Carol R. from Toronto, Ontario
More than hoped for.
An excellent concert.
Kenneth H. Williams from Los Angeles, California
EXACTLY WHAT I EXPECTED...A GREAT SHOW
Loved the songs and dialog. I’m a fan of the music and this concert didn’t disappoint. I don’t typically pay to see concerts as I work in the industry but this was worth the price of admission. Wishing Todd all the best and thanks for the music!!!
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
Mike mikula from cincinnati
TODD IN BOULDER
All of the best concerts I have gone to, have a common denominator - I knew nothing of the artist and their music at the time. No. 1 on that list - Todd, on the first Utopia tour. I'm still blown away.
May 30 2019 in Boulder - I give it 4 stars because my wife loved it. He played most of his "hits" and "near misses", and maybe favorites of his that you wouldn't expect him to play, such as "Fair Warning". The songs I enjoyed the most were the ones I have heard the least, like "I Don't Want to Tie You Down".
I bought all his records and played them heavily after seeing him the first time, and this is the third time since then. He's never measured up to the first time, but that is probably not his fault.
The encore was Just One Victory. It felt great to sing along. But Kasim Sulton should be ashamed of himself for not even trying to play John Siegler's bass part in that song. C'mon, man! (I still miss John and Kevin Ellman.)
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