Lionel Richie with Mariah Carey Reviews
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Lolo Florentino Arevalo from Seattle, Washington
LIONEL STOLE THE SHOW!
Although I appreciated Mariah Carey's vocals, Lionel stole the show! He made the night spectacular and made it very personable and fun! Probably the best concert I have been to for a long time! Couldn't help but listen to him more on my morning commute today! Still basking in the moment! Highly recommend the show, but I believe Seattle was the last show! Thanks Lionel for making me a life long fan!
Debi Spencer from Denver
LIONEL RITCHIE IS STILL GREAT
We went to the Lionel Ritchie Mariah Carey concert last night. Mariahs band was so loud with bad acoustics that I could not even hear her. But Lionel Ritchies performance was amazing. He put on a fabulous show, sang all his great hits and more. The added bonus was he was so funny and personable. Highly recommend seeing his show. He was great.
Nancy from San Francisco, California
LADY DIVA MARIAH WAS ON HIT! BUT LIONEL STOLE THE SHOW!
Miss diva was flawless absolutely amazing And Lionel was wonderful and funny Loved every minute
Steve Zigamontis from Langley, British Columbia
RICHIE WAS OUSTANDING - MARIAH WAS PATHETIC AS USUAL
What a professional performer Lionel Richie is still after all these years. Sounded great and looked like he enjoys entertaining people. It was well worth enduring the Mariah set to hear a real legend deliver a real performance. His music still holds up today. I took my 8 year old daughter and she danced the whole night with me. She wondered what was wrong with "That lady", re; Carey. Carey was a joke, a self-parody. Every song sounds the same, stands around immobile, and has little range in her voice. Unfortunately, most Careyites consider shrieking to be some great talent. The whole diva shtick with Carey reflects a real reality tv feel, which is where she belongs.
Diane putterman from San Francisco, California
LIONEL RICHIE STILL HAS IT
Lionel Richie put on a great show in Oakland last night-he still has the magic and the audience loved him. He did all his old favorites and really had the audience rocking. Mariah Carey was another story-she didn't allow them to use the big screens so you could hardly see her and it was either because she is now heavy or she was lip-synching-not sure which but maybe both. She is too much of a diva and everyone was disappointed in her.
Old Lady Otto from Dallas, Texas
LIONEL ROCKS DALLAS OMG
Lionel took the AAC back to the 70's last night what an awesome performer we segued to COMMODORES for a good 30 minutes I am kind of sore from dancing ALL NIGHT LONG :) every age group was in the audience grandmothers with their daughters with their daughters his light show is WOW luv u Lionel
Jennifer P from Dallas, Texas
LIONEL RICHIE DOES NOT DISAPPOINT - INCREDIBLE SHOW!!
Wow, what a wonderful evening. Yes, children/family could attend. There were kids in the audience and he made it part of the show. All ages attended! He really interacts with the audience and invites you to sing and be a part of the experience. He seemed as though he would dance and perform "All Night Long"! We were in section 10 on the Floor Row C - great seats! He even performed We are the World
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