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The Ghost of Taj Mahal from Charlotte, North Carolina
BONAMASSA OVENS AUDITORIUM, CHARLOTTE, NC MARCH 3RD
Outstanding! Great venue, top 2 concerts of my life.
Reed B from Atlanta, Georgia
I have seen him 5 times and he never disappoints. One of the world's best and most versatile guitar players
KM from Shreveport-Bossier City, Louisiana
Joe was awesome last night, sound was great! He was tremendous, from start to finish, great concert!
Lisa Carpenter from Houston, Texas
BLEW MY MIND!
First time to see Joe Bonamassa and I tell you, I was not disappointed in the least. It was good for my soul to watch and listen to him play that guitar. It's like they have a close and personal relationship that cannot be broken. I sat in the 3rd row, center which could not have been better. Let's talk about those backup ladies, wow! The drummer was awesome and the man on the organ/piano, I got a kick out of watching him play and he was having such a good time, not to mention the base guitars. The whole band was so tight. It was well worth the money I paid. The Smart Financial Centre is the only place to go see a concert. No seat is bad and the sound system is great. The only thing I can say negative about it, my one cocktail was $33.00!
Jason S. from Indianapolis, Indiana
JOE B. WAS AWESOME... SOUND QUALITY WAS HORRIBLE.
Went to see the show in Indianapolis last night. The sound was terrible. The instrument mics were too loud, and the vocal mics were too quiet. The sound was overpowering the room to the point where it
was better for us to put our fingers in our ears to try to kill off the reverb. It was really disappointing to have spent all that money to see one of the few concerts I was really excited to see, and end up
walking out wishing we had stayed home. Joe is one of the greatest guitarists I've ever seen. His vocals are outstanding. His stage presence was commanding. His set list was excelent (I wish he would have
played "Driving towards the daylight" but you can't have then all I guess). Everything about the show was awesome... too bad the sound engineers screwed it all up.
from Tucson, Arizona
JOE IS FABULOUS-SOUND BOYS STINK
5th time i've seen Joe and will always go if he's within 2 hours drive. This concert was
at Tucson Music Hall--the best venue he's played in Tucson. IMO he's the best guitar
player in the world--see his acoustic performances sometime if you think Satriani or
SRV were better--no comparison. Biggest issue was hearing both his and backup
vocals--the sound level of the bass was way too high and even overpowered some of
Joe's licks--the vocal mics had to be ramped up so high to carry with the instruments
that Joe's lyrics were incomprehensible. The sound boys need to take off their
headphones and hear what the audience is hearing. Loud is cool; too loud is not--
the level would have been fine outdoors in a stadium but not in a 2500 seat venue.
Unlike others i liked that Joe played mostly new stuff. I don't need to hear him play
all the same old songs we've heard before although i must admit i would have liked
to hear Drive--never get tired of that. Joe is always "don't miss" !
Brian from Tucson, Arizona
I have a been playing guitar for over 36 years, so I am fairly picky when I see live
shows. I have seen many of the "best" blues and rock bands that have come along,
and Joe was absolutely the best show I have seen. One, I like he plays relatively
small venues. Unlike many on this forum, I thought the sound at the Tucson, AZ's
Music Hall was fantastic. No ear plugs, and after 2 hours my hearing was fine with
no ringing! I have never had that! The sound was crisp where I was sitting (20 rows
back on bottom floor). DO NOT MISS THIS SHOW if you have an opportunity. Even if
he did have questionable sound engineers, he will still sound better than most other
acts. He was AMAZING. Only issue I had was he didn't play hardly anything old. I
am all for new material, but no Who Killed J. Henry, Dust Bowl, Slow Gin, anything. I
feel he should touch the older catalog to a minor degree. Plus, he didn't play Drive
off the new album. I found that odd. GREAT SHOW
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