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Larry from Colorado Springs. CO
RED ROCKS AUGUST 12, 2019
The mix for this show was less than amateur. It was horrible. We sat right next to the sound engineer, where it should sound the best. In spite of our 'good' location, the sound was a muddy, indistinct, mess. Not one instrument could be clearly discerned when the full band played. Only when the majority of the instruments dropped out was there any semblance of clarity. The bass was indistinct even on its own. Any note played by Joe below D above middle C had a nasty, brutal resonance. The vocals were buried most of the show. The horns and keys were always too dominant in the mix, which I hate to call a mix since nothing was indeed mixed properly. Could have been a great show...it wasn't. I feel ripped off and want my money back.
DRC from Peoria, Illinois
JOE BONAMASSA IN PEORIA
By far the worst concert and sound quality (LOUD) I have ever been to. Not to mention the drunk idiot that would not shut up behind us. I will never go to another Bonomassa concert ever, and/or another civic center concert again.
Jon Arnoldy from Wayzata, MN
JOE BONAMASSA RED ROCKS AUGUST 9, 2021
I drove 1700 miles to see Joe B.onamassa and his amazing band. I am a huge fan . I have the Joe Bonamassa DVD's Live at the Greek Theater and Muddy Wolf at Red Rocks. Those DVD's were amazing. I thought that was whatat LEAST some of what I was going to see. Instead the heart of the Band (Drummer Anton Fig) , was replaced by athe most lame drummer I have ever seen. or heard ever, NO horn section or harmonica at all, only 1 back up singer. He DIDN'T bring his entire band !! MADE A HUGH DIFFERENCE. i SAW A POOR SHOW, not ANYTHING like his amazing DVD's I am pissed that I drove 28 hours spent over $400+ for 2 tickets to see this. I am 63 years old, and have seen hundreds of concerts, Never wrote a review ever. . I cannot think of a time I showed up to a concert and half the band showed up. I would like to personally tell Joe Bonamassa how dissapointed this concert was. Bait and switch for sure.
from Nashville, Tennessee
Last night was a complete flop. The sound of the Ryman doors closing behind us on our way out was most gratifying. I believe the back-up band was totally embarrassed to share the same stage. You could see it in their eyes. We hope tonight's gig will be much improved for those who spent $200.00-$300.00 per seat. We believe refunds are in order. "Welcome back Joe"...
from Roanoke, Virginia
Love his music on albums, but this concert was so loud it was painful. You could not hear the singing and it was more noise than melody. After 20 minutes we had to leave, could not stand the vibration in my chest any longer. What a shame. Also did not play any of his "hit" songs while I was there, seems he was trying out new stuff. I won't be going again.
Terry from Fort Myers, Florida
HERTZ ARENA, DECEMBER 2021
Awful. Terrible acoustics. Everyone just blasting…couldn’t make out words from a song if my life depended on it! Extremely overpriced for the quality of this show. Was this “a throw together” because it was your last concert after a 50 week road tour? Seems that it was!
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