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Leon Bridges Reviews

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Average customer review: 2.0 star rating (2.2 Stars)

Number of reviews: 42



2.0 star rating Scott Fincher from Denver, Colorado


Everything I love about Leon's music was not present at the Mission Ballroom show on 10/4/21. My first - and probalby last - time seeing him live, some of the difference may be between his studio and live music but the mix was awful. The bass was so over-powering I honestly felt my shirt move in the breeze. Everything was so loud and indistinct, there was no crispness between the musicians, back up singers and Leon's voice. The melodies, his vocal gymnastics, all lost by turning everything up to 11. Stage lights blinding at times, my retinas were burned for the drive home. If I had know he planned to play his new album start to finish, I probably would not have gotten tickets. And what happened the the Maria's, included on the bill as special guests? Very dissapointing.

2.0 star rating Andy from Denver, Colorado


Love Leon's voice. Not a fan of the new stuff/album. It seemed like they were trying to manufacture something too jazz/soul fusion versus the old -school vibe that Leon seems to be more of a natural fit in. Go back to the old. We left early as we were really bored. The band and Leon did not really engage the crowd at all. One of the most disappointing shows I've ever been to.

2.0 star rating Aka LB too from Denver, Colorado


Second time seeing Leon Bridges at Red Rocks. 2018 show was amazing and unforgettable! 2021 show was lacking and left us wishing for better. Band did not seem in sync with LB and vocals were out of tune. Still a fan but was hoping for more soul and funk after over a year of COVID, new album promotion, and price paid for tickets. We did not stay for encore and glad we left when we did. Mad props to everyone’s effort to tour however sad to admit doubts we will appear next time.

2.0 star rating Kelly from Ann Arbor, MI


I love Leon Bridges. I own three of his albums and play them all of the time (with a heavy rotation on my spotify account, as well). The warm up was about 40 minutes with a 40 minute break in between that and the main performance. Mr. Bridges sang for less than an hour and I only recognized three songs, despite the many he's released as singles. He seemed uncomfortable on stage, with his back up singers being significantly more animated than he was, which isn't saying much as they were reserved. The sound was so muffled it was like being serenaded through a burger king drive through speaker. Only reason I'm giving it two stars is because the lighting crew was spot on and did a great job. But I didn't spend all of that money to look at lights, tyvm.

2.0 star rating Royce Pendley from Louisville, Kentucky


Paid for up close expensive tickets so the wife could see his face. He wore a hat and BIG glasses...couldn't even tell if it was him. Sound was so bass heavy you couldn't understand the words unless you already knew the songs (we did). Bad...BAD concert. He seemed as if he wasn't feeling well...if so, tell the audience so we would be understanding. Probably last time we'll ever go to a concert at the Louisville Palace...not a good venue for this type of music.

2.0 star rating Jon from Charlotte, North Carolina


Left early along with many others. Sound quality was poor and all songs sounded the same. Just a boring show and couldn’t make out the words. Smaller outdoor venue so not an arena show.

2.0 star rating Mike from Austin, Texas


We were really looking forward to seeing and hearing Mr. Bridges on his new tour. We missed seeing him in Austin previously, and had high expectations for the show. The reason for the low rating is 100% sound quality. We’ve seen several other shows at Moody, but the sound quality last night felt like they didn’t do a sound check. The vocals were muffled, and even his most recognized songs couldn’t be understood. It sounded like someone set the frequency range between 20 and 100 Hz. Moody or Bridges sound team really whiffed last night.


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