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Len Wilson from Goshen, Indiana
VOLUME LEVELS WERE DEAFENING
Joe plays with intensity and I liked his performance. Unfortunately, it was so loud that we hardly heard any words all night, and our whole body vibrated from the amplification. I would have left if we didn't have ear plugs. I heard comments from other people about the sound like "I'll talk to you in 2 days when I can hear again".
Len Wilson from Anytown, AT 55555
VOLUME LEVELS WERE DEAFENING
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James Armstrong from Mississauga, Ontario
BAD BAD SOUND
I love joe bonamassa and really looked forward to seeing him. Paid lots to go. I was ready to leave after the first song. I waited thinking somebody would notice the sound quality. But after 35 minutes . Nothing happened. I had to leave. When my old poor quality home stereo sounds better than the sony center somethings wrong . Very Very disappointed
Tom Lanane from San Francisco, CA
SONIC HUNG OVER
Eschews drone farming for endless ramparts of merciless 6 and 12 bombastic collages. Teeming aside the void of fretless hollows, intersections of kebobing, mangled shoots arrive ferociously on peeling planes of unlikely scripts. So unlikely as to be wreckful and marveled in sonic nature, plowing aside predetermined eclectic natural mating. Scrubbing furrows of both orthodox and impatient scrubland of scars tripping overnight into moatland shells. Endless applauds.
Jimmy Barber from Indianapolis, IN
Has yet to grasp the age old standard that substance is the treasure over style. He gallops wildly in the frenetic attempt to amuse ... himself as much as the holy on their knees. Earning a viceroy's indulgence in pyrotechnics, he'll meet himself wandering as the host of music gradually embraces him in his scorched earth deliberations. Would be interesting to witness 60 looking back at 40.
Al nelson from west hempstead ny
JOE B AND BAND HIGH ENERGY
treat yourself to a great night of high energy music for a price that won't break the bank.have a signed picture with joe that was taken at bb kings.his hard work over the years has proven he is one of the best. thank you joe and the great band behind you for a great night.
Jim Clark from Fort Lauderdale, Florida
There were very few great parts to the show. The keyboards and Joe’s guitar competed for clarity and there was none. Most of the show the music was muddled and the vocals were as well. There were very few instances of what JB does the best and that is play lead guitar. The songs seemed to be lengthened with many repetitive verses repeating themselves way to long. In short, make the songs drag on so as to decrease the amount of songs in the show? What a complete disappointment. The venue The Au Rene Theater clearly out shined Joe Bonamassa’s show. To think I have tickets for the show in two days in Ft. Myers as well...... I’ll be selling them for sure.
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