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First, I am a huge fan. Joe is amazing. However, and I understand part of the problem could be location, but what were they listening to on the mixer board? The bass was so overwhelming. At times is was just a gut wrenching roar. There were only a few times the backup vocals were even mildly audible. Same for Joe--impossible to follow the lyrics and I know several of the songs. I recorded video and using my own controls was able to improve the mix.
Tom Mis from Louisville, Kentucky
Way, way too loud. We follow Joe around the country and the last three shows have been loud to the point of painful. He sounds so much better when you can hear everyone, not just the bass and distortion. He's the best. We had trouble understanding songs that we have memorized. Please Joe....turn it down from 10 to about 7 or 8.
M from Hershey Pa from Hershey Pa
MOMENTS OF BRILLIANCE BUT LACKING ANY FEEL AT ALL
Joe ALWAYS is a great performer...the 'band' sans Reese on keyboards is mediocre at best...Anton Fig on drums was a blessing , Michael Rhodes is was a much needed muse to Joes' guitar work. The new band members are very good in their own space but so far not a cohesive touring unit from what my ears were telling me. The sound mixing team should all be FIRED, totally over done and not focusing on venue specific sound quality. Cmon Joe you can do way way better...stop focusing on new marketing items to SELL and focus on what you do best playing those amazing vintage guitars and putting on a killer show.
Mike from Washington, District of Columbia
JOE WAS GREAT....THE SOUND NOT SO MUCH.
Joe and Reece Wynans. kept up their end of the bargain. However, the speakers were so loud, that they drowned out Joe's and the girls singing. He shredded the guitar all night long Awesome...including a different guitar for each song. We saw him at the Warner Theatre and few years back and the whole production was Perfect.
Robert from Toronto, Ontario
JOE BONAMASSA SONY CENTRE OCT 15/2016
Enjoyable concert but disappointed Joe didn't play "any" older familiar material like Just Got Paid, Django, John Henry etc.
S.Thompson from Los Angeles, California
JOE BONAMASSA AT THE TERRACE THEATER IN LONG BEACH, CA.
The sound reinforcement was terrible or The Terrace Theater acoustics were terrible. The
entire concert was muddy. Couldn’t hear the back up singers, the words to the songs, or the
leads well. I know Joe can do better. Waste of money. Too bad. Didn’t the engineers hear this?
Scott from Bellingham, Washington.
Would have thought the sound in the Queen E. Theater would have been better.
Seemed muddy and disproportionate to the drum set. Had to struggle to hear the
entirety of Joe's solos. Not sure if that is on the Bonamassa crew or the Theater crew.
Was also quite disappointed in the song selection. I know new music is important to
keep the train rolling. But the train began through the energy provided by those
songs, such as Slow Gin, Mountain Time, John Henry, and Dust Bowl. I even thought
I would hear the title song Redemption from his new album. I have been a big fan
for the last 6-7 years, thanks to PBS, You Tube, and Pandora. But I only heard two
songs I knew of in the 2+ hours he generously played.
Although his skill and talent was definitely on full display last night, he's still the best,
I left the theater sadly disappointed. Tickets cost too much anymore, and this may
likely have been my one shot to see him. Maybe I can get some redemption in Red
Rocks some day.
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