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Roma Haymon from Akron
BIG HEAD TODD AND THE MONSTERS
Love this band!!!. A great taste of Colorado in Cleveland. The venue however needs to have seating available for all patrons not just the high rollers! The restaurant was good. Service was average. I would not take my mother in law to see a show there unless we paid for seating.
Tim Wakeland from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Almost surprising how much zest and power behind the guitar work and vocals of Todd Park Mohr. At times I thought, wow, Jimi Hendrix would approve. Other times I thought of Prince and yet others the songwriting of Bruce Springsteen or Dire Straits. Crazy wide-range of sounds flew out of his guitars.
PT from Madison, Wisconsin
BIG HEAD TODD = BIG PERFORMANCE
BHTM still pumps it out after all these years. They have stayed true to themselves it appears. First time at The Pabst Theater and I loved it. Wasn't sure about the Hazel Miller edition, but wow, what an added element. Beers were solid too.
G M C from Indianapolis, Indiana
BHTM THE VOGUE THEATER 11/7/21
Another one for the “funky fun” books. We were not really sure what to expect coming out of the past 18 months of covid no shows. Last night’s show was a funky, rollicking, roller coaster of one of the better set lists from Todd & company. Loved the crowd participation! All time favorite show closer “I Wanna Be Sedated!”
C Cannon from Denver, Colorado
BIG HEAD TODD @RED ROCKS
Love Big Head Todd and the Monsters have seen then at least 25 times, Red Rocks is the best place to see them IMO. But what the Heck happened with the audio on Saturday night? 06/08/19. Worst performance ever, It will not stop me from seeing them again but they really needed to address that disconnect with the guitar issue. Todd changed out many guitars still same problem. :(
James Jackson from Dallas, Texas
BIG HEAD TOO BAD!
I'm a big fan of Big Head Todd and have seen them four times in Dallas at the House of Blues. I was really looking forward to last night's show. Unfortunately, audio problems plagued the performance from start to finish. Apparently the pedal board wasn't working correctly; Todd and a crew guy kept fiddling with it. Every song sounded muddy. Too much reverb. Todd tried to adapt his playing to work around it but was not successful. Too bad. Why not just stop the show for a few minutes and FIX the problem? I would like my money back.
Sherry Adkins from Houston, Texas
BIG HEAD TODD AND THE MONSTERS
I love Big Head Todd and was disappointed in the concert in Houston at the House of Blues last night. The audio problems really affected the show. I saw the band at the House of Blues last year and the show was awesome. Hope to see them again—maybe at Red Rocks!
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