Shanese Rabon from Kansas City, Missouri
WHO IS JILL SCOTT FEB 7 2020 KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI
Loved it from start to finish. Crowd was into her, Jill was into us! It was a very nice night down memory lane. That album is timeless and you can listen to it anytime anywhere any place. My daughter was 3yrs old when this album came out and she was 23yr the night she first saw Jill in Concert with her mother because of course My daughter is my princess and what a lovely daughter mother date night it was. thanks Jill. love Shanese!
DSH from Atlanta, Georgia
JILL SCOTT JULY 7 FOX THEATER ATL
Jilly from Philly will forever remain one of GOD’s sweetest gifts and a 10 Star performer. She mentioned that she has been performing in ATL for 18 years. I have enjoyed her voice, poetry, passion and honesty for all of them. My first born daughter grew up listening to her mom and dad jam Jilly in the car like our parents did with 70’s and 80’s soul jams. She loves Jill’s music. I strongly considered bringing her to the concert as my wife and I had an extra ticket however she could not get her shift covered. I’m so thankful that she didn’t attend her first JS concert and be exposed to the pure trash opening act. I was embarrassed for Jill to hear such vulgarity and gutter foolishness at her show. Jill eloquently stated that she is human and she is going to do some wrong and do some right. Her decision to let this regular, first day out, gutter trash near her stage, microphone and audience was a terrible unfortunate wrong! The sax player on Peachtree would have been a better choice.
Dana Johnson from Baltimore, Maryland
JILL SCOTT- BALTIMORE
Drove 4 hours for my 1st Jill Scott concert. So sad to report I was disappointed. I had seats in the balcony where it was sooo loud and hard to decipher Jill's speaking. I stood downstairs for the last few songs and found the acoustics better. Disappointed in Jill's raunchy, over-sexual, self-disrespecting stage behavior, especially in an era of #Metoo/attention on mistreatment and disrespect, sexually and otherwise, of women. You and your songs are beautiful: I could see your glowing white teeth and smile from the balcony! The flowing artful wardrobe along with your gentle moves, fun dancing, and perfect voice is enough to deliver your songs in the ways I've seen through videos, TV, YouTube, etc...They are so sensual and sexy just by the way you deliver them.... no need for the repeated fan use and comments about pushing up your 'titties'. It's slightly funny once. Becomes raunchy more than once. In delivering romance, less is more. You don't need to sell it the way you did.
Liz from Washington, DC
MGM HARBOR 8 30 19
We love Jill. We wished for less holding the mic to the audience to sing and more of Jill’s soulful voice. Enough of the grinding and growling demonstrations with down and out, love rebuked stories. Bring us more balanced Jill that reflects the power to look higher, overcome and soar. Wished for about 30% more singing and less ‘drama stuff’. The fact that this goddess was not offered the request of an encore from her loving audience was very telling.
R Johnson from New Jersey
JILL SCOTT CONCERT
First I am in my 60’s . I wanted to see Jill Scott because her music and voice is fantastic. What I witnessed on June 30th, 2018 at the Mann Music Center was indecent, irresponsible and downright vulgar. If I had known that was the venue I would not have gone. My son paid $160.00 for that ticket. What was coming out of her mouth I could hear on the streets or in the work place for free. I feel like WDAS should have advertised the show as an adult themed show. I am sure there were people out on the lawn with their children. I don’t understand stand why with her stature and her voice she feels she has to lower her self to such a level. Unless you like hearing the trash that comes out of an Artist mouth I wouldn’t recommend her show. I reality wished I could get my money back. As for the seat my view was blocked by the tech guys on Computers standing up while working. It was easy gettiing from Mount Laurel Nj to the Mann. Parking was expensive $25.00 to park on grass.
Denice B. from Washington, DC
JILL S. AT MGM AUG. 30
Jill is a great singer. Her voice is one of the best. The raunchiness, profanity & so much talking I could have done without. I could have gotten that on the subway for much less. I didn't find it entertaining at all. If it were just a little, ok, fine. She was too over the top for my taste. Next time I see Jill S. perform, it'll be on TV.
Dee from San Diego, California
JILL SCOTT - SHELTER ISLAND SAN DIEGO :-( DISAPPOINTING
I was totally disappointed. The venue small. They had small plastic seats anchored together and it was extremely tight. Jill was an hour late with no opening act. She proceeded to talk trash using an extreme amount of profanity. She sang a little and talked a lot. At 10:30 p.m. she said "good night San Diego" and walked off the stage. A waste of my time and money.
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