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Joe Martines from Seattle, Washington
SEATTLE MOORE THEATER
Some good moments with Love is the Answer and One World, but overall I found it loud and boring. Sound was off and singing was not heard very well in first half; got better in the second set. I thought it was loud and heavy... He's a better singer than guitarist... Bassist's voice when singing solo was annoying...
Eileen C. from Chicago, Illinois
TODD RUNDGREN/UTOPIA CHGO CONCERT
Not happy whatsoever. How can someone that is a pretty big musical artists such as taught himself, give a concert and spend the first 30 minutes of the concert, not singing at all, only playing the guitar. Then for the next 45 minutes so, he played songs that my sister and I have never heard. Apparently they're from his new album, I guess, don't know. He also played an ELO song. Um...really? How about playing a Utopia song!!! NOT happy at all! Also, re the Chicago Theater, the seating sucked. The seating is barely on an angle, and we couldn't even see the stage in front of us, only heads. Really disappointed overall. Never again Todd, sorry.
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