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So very disappointed. The sound quality was horrific. Leons voice was muffled the entire time. Way too much bass. The venue consistently provides stellar musical quality so what happened.?! Because the sound quality was so bad I was looking forward to hearing familiar songs but he played his new stuff. And lastly, there were no seats, just grass. Would have been nice to know in advance. All in all Id rather have a picnic at the embarcadero with beach chairs and listen to him on pandora while enjoying the boats going by and saving $350.
from Boston, Massachusetts
GO BACK TO THE OLD LEON
Saw Leon during his tour for his first album. Songs were smooth, music was soulful
and Leon put on a good show. Got the crowd involved and had some swag on stage.
My view of the concert admittedly is probably tainted because I think the new "Good
Thing" album is an absolute mess. He'd still be trying to get signed to a label if that
was all he had. He played mostly the songs from that album, moved and danced far
too awkwardly and too much. The backup singers were drowned out by atrocious
bass lines and over complicated sound. The songs he did play from the old album
were re-arranged and ruined. I've seen him twice before and loved it. In Boston,
10/4/2018, not so much.
John from Detroit, Michigan
Leon was difficult to hear. I'm not sure if this was due to the acoustics or how many bass
guitars he had playing with him, but his voice was drowned out a little. Plus, I didn't think he
had that much energy on stage.
Great crowd, though!
Cameron from Chicago, Illinois
BORING SHOW- GREAT SINGER
Honestly, Leon Bridges has a great voice. Thats really the only nice thing I have to say
about the show. Other than that, it was really really boring. I was not entertained,
people were leaving the show early, and it felt very dull. The band and light show did not
impress what so ever. I've seen hundreds of concerts over the years, this was mediocre
at best. Don't get me wrong, it didnt sound bad, it was just really, really boring...
Brit from Seattle, Washington
WONDERFUL SINGER, POOR PERFORMANCE
I was super excited for this show. However, the
whole thing fell flat.
Michael from Los Angeles, California
LB had a phenomenal debut album! I became an instant fan of his throwback talents
and soulful sounds. However, after seeing him perform at the Greek last night, I was
sad to see this rare talent morph into a so-so "crowd-pleasing performer." His band
walked on stage to pre-recorded music, which set a tone of in-authenticity. Leon
regaled the audience with an awkward attempt to mimic Usher through his jerky
dance moves, bedazzled microphone, and lack of Leon playing the guitar. His appeal
to my friends and me was his laid back smooth vocal style and musicianship. He
now seems to be more focused on the flash than the skill. His range was strained
and the best part of his performance was when he let the audience sing along with
the band's vocalists. I hope he forgets about the glitz of his newly found fame, and
focuses on the music, connection with story, and soul that got him there. I would
pay $20-$40 to see him again, but not worth the $100 ticket price.
Naydn R Best from Denver, Colorado
SOUND ROBBED LEON
The sound was terrible, too much base robbed Leon of his performance. I was extremely disappointed. I’ve seen him live at the Fillmore, an amazing energetic entertainer. Tonight I couldn’t hear him sing or any melodic sounds.
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