Was it Tuurd? or perhaps Craap?
Nevermind that another band was on the lineup that night. Thanks.
real glee the show?
Don't forget Little Ann!
It is shameful when a reporter reviewing a concert doesn't know the spelling of the artist's name. And, to stoop to the low class level of mentioning a person's weight when reviewing their talent is just stupid and mean. He is an amazing singer and songwriter and deserves respect.
And I thought Green Day was the irrelevant garage band... oh well, to each their own!
Lol, "irrelevant garage band" you clearly have no idea who The Driftwood Sailors are. Maybe you should do some research before calling names, @summatime.
I've seen many wanting to NOT like Green Day, but then converted at one of their concerts. I know I'm biased (because I've always liked their music), but a better live show you will not see.
At least Frank actually attended the concert. Unlike the so-called entertainment critic from the D&C.
poor review.... the concert rocked and was well orchestrated. The audience loved to be involved and it is nice to see a band who is NOT all about themselves but acknowledge that they are there because of their fan base. I came to see Green Day and I was not disappointing. Green Day is one of those band that you love or hate. Clearly you stated where you stand......
I came hear to read a review of a Green Day concert, not about a bunch of irrelevant garage bands you peruse on the weekend cause you have nothing else to do but hey, it's all in good fun, right?
I Have some huge concerts coming up at my venue over the next couple months.
Keak da Sneak on Mar. 16th- HUGE PRIORITY!!!!
The first shows are the ones we have this weekend.
friday the 8th, and sat the 9th.
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matt and kim didnt play lesson learned last night!!!!
I am a life-long 007 fan (although still feel strongly that Sean Connery was second-to-nobody in the role), and attended this concert on Friday night. I am also the son of a Julliard-trained classical pianist, hence from birth I've learned a thing or two over the years with regard to music in general and musical performances.
Although I enjoyed the concert in general, I too felt that this performance of the music was "scaled back", and lacked the passion, volume, and intensity of the original music. I also noted that the vast majority of concert attendees sat completely still and static throughout the concert, while my head was bobbing and weaving with the beat. Overall, I was wondering, "where's the passion"?, both in terms of the orchestra and particularly the audience.
That comment deserves a hug! We love you for your Brains!!!!!!!!
Without Flubber we would still be on the Moon.
Although this review is valid at points, I think Moon Zombie's ever switching genres is great. They always keep me guessing on what style they're going to play next and I really enjoy the spastic energy of everyone in the band. I've seen them several times and I recommend them to everyone I know, because their style of music is all inclusive.
Were we at the same concert? I've posted my contrasting opinion on the blog at http://www.wophil.org/blog/
I was there at the concert, and travelled many hours from Canada to see it. It was a once-in-a-lifetime show for so many reasons. It is true that Ashley kept an "eagle eye" on her father. It was wonderful to see such a loving, talented, and protective family in action. Glen has been God's gift to the world and he will be surely missed, but perhaps through Victoria Ghost, his melodies, his memories, and his music will live on, albeit somehow different. God bless Glen Campbell, and the talent he produced.
Harsh. Sounds like you'd have preferred someone to stand motionless at a mic and sing opera all night rather than be open and authentic.
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