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Steve M from Boston, Massachusetts
HIGH SCHOOL BAND
I was so impressed with Train. The sound, voices and tightness were spot on. Then H&O entered the scene. What the heck happended? I know I am old but the sound quality didn't change in 30 minutes. They were out of sync, the percussions and guitars over powered their flat voices. What a shame. Time to retire. Highlight; Charles DeChant (sax), Mr Casual, was awesome.
Lizard from Toronto, Ontario
JUNE 5/18: REALLY!?
Our 1st date was H&O at Kingswood/Wonderland (Toronto, Canada), July '83. Awesome! I surprised my wive (of 33 years) w/ tickets to last night's ACC (Toronto, Canada) concert. Only 1/2 full venue. Kinda tells you something.TERRIBLE! 3x feedback on mics! They can't sing anymore!!!! Sound sucked. OK, it's a hockey rink. Warm up band Train was much better entertainers. I'm tired of the gouging! Retire guys! No good for even the casino circuit. Stay home, & play their old LP's/CD's/DVD's. Daryl: get a (good) haircut!
Jack and wendy Woodstock from Toronto, Ontario
BEST AND WORST EVER
Best -Train amazing Worst -Hall and Oates - we were huge fans but after this performance never again/ drinking and performing don't mix GO Train
Anthony X from Detroit, Michigan
2ND WORST CONCERT EVER - EXCEPT FOR TRAIN & KANDACE SPRINGS
SECOND WORST CONCERT EVER. First one was Three Dog Night 1976 Pine Knob - Couldn't remember any words and the second worst was last night. Horrible sound, Hall paid more attention to his hair and waiving hands than his band. John Oats and his singing. We have seen them before and they were good but this will be my last time. SOMETHING is not right.
Sam Brown from Laguna Hills California
WORST CONCERT EVER
Hall and Oates were a favorite in their prime but Daryl Hall cant sing any more. ....the drugs don't help. ..it was a Train wreck performance. Sorry...Fortunately Train saved the nigh.at Honda Center...the Led Zeppellin Heartbreaker cover was perfect. That's what I will remember...not H&O....so sad.
Denise from Denver, Colorado
HALL & OATES
Daryl Hall sound really bad, appeared that he couldn't remember the words to his songs, looked as though he was tweaking and tried pulling something political but couldn't make sense of what exactly he was trying to say. John Oates was awesome and Trail was amazing.
Middle Aged Rose from New York, New York
HALL AND OATES-MSG FEB 28
Despite not being a fan of alternative music, Squeeze stole the show and spot on. Huge fan of Hall and Oates, thus the reason for going, and their sound and demeanor were way off. We hardly understood Daryl when speaking, live center video off speed, and it was painful to observe a group of talented musicians not into the crowd (except for sax, drums, percussion but even they did not seemed thrilled to perform) and just going through the motions. (The crowd even reflected their lackluster performance.) It was blatantly obvious they didn't want to be there (or even like each other) and what was with the poorly executed extended songs? (It was like a run on sentence!) I get you want to change it up after singing the songs for decades, but we wanted to hear the originals (or even close to it) and at $300 (plus $60 parking, the commute, and cost of dinner) we had to leave after Sara so the taste in our mouth didn't become disdain. We hoped it would get better and had to bow out, which we've never done. Not cool to disappoint the tri-state and the negative buzz is out there. They didn't even capture the younger crowd to solidify them. Please, do yourselves and us a favor and stop touring as you don't exude the love for your craft nor your faithful fans. I'd rather my lasting memories be of the passionate group we saw in the 80's, not the ones observed last night. Sorry, as it pains us to pan them. How disappointing.
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