Alison Krauss and David Gray Reviews
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from Denver, Colorado
ALLISON KRAUSS RED ROCKS
Allison Krauss and the Cox Family delivered a flawless performance once she got rid of a scarf worn for the cool weather. Allison offered up a great selection of her standards she and the Cox' have performed over the years. Its truly special when you realize you are attending a concert and hanging on every note. Leaving I overheard some folks who obviously had come to see Gray but were blown away by Allison's abilities. David Gray is a great performer and seeing in person has given me a new appreciation for his music. What a special night it was!
Michael from Charlotte, North Carolina
Great Venue! Great seats! Highly reccomended. Gray and today's Pop Rock is not my cup of tea ( I am 62). But Gray put on a great show and his fans loved him! Krauss exceeded my expactations. Barry Bales, Ron Black, sidney Cox. Suzanne Cox , James Mitchell, Jerry Roe, Matt Rolings.. She performed Blue Grass/Gospel/Country right at two hous as far as I can remember. Their live performance exceeded my expectations! Her voice, with the recent trials still seemed dead on to me. The only slightly disappointing thing was, she did not sing the title song Windy City frome her latest album. But most never noticed because she put on such a great show. I also LOVE the voice of Suzanne Cox!.. Great Performance! Very Family Friendly Venue. One spot when Gray used the F word could have been omitted, but hos performance was not vulgar.
Kevin Saunders from Reading, England
TRIP OF A LIFETIME
I came over from England especially for this gig. Alison Krauss at Red Rocks - just had to do it! She didn’t disappoint me. It wasn’t the full Union Station lineup but the standins were excellent. I was afraid of no dobro parts but yes there were even in the absence of the great Jerry Douglas. David Gray put on a good show but it wasn’t him I came all this way to see! All in all an ambition fulfilled, but what a physical struggle for an old geezer was Red Rocks - no idea of the number of steps to get up to my seat but it was probably 300 or more. Exhausting.
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