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Awesome Concert,All the guys rocked,great band.Pet Sounds is
my favorite Album and Brian rocked it.Al and Blondie your
James Posta from Toledo, Ohio
BRIAN WILSON WITH MATT GARDENE (THE VOICE OF THIS CONCERT)
Brian Wilson's band had an excellent performance at the Stranahan last night.
HIs vocals were limited, though necessary to provide the BB harmony.
The a'ccoustics at the Stranahan are much-improved or the BBs brought that stellar
sound system to provide a great venue.
The key player was singer Matt Gardene. His falsetto voice emulated the Mike Love
component for the most memorable BB songs.
The concert was non-stop with a short intermission. A number of the songs weren't
well-known BB melodies, however, the 11-piece band was exceptional.
The eclectic audience really enjoyed the reflective 60's sounds.
Sad to see Mr. Wilson having help leaving and entering the stage, but his phrasing
and harmonic sounds with other stronger voices is what the distinct sound of the BB
is all about.
It is unfortunate that the split with Mike Love eliminates a needed voice. Though not
a Love-fan, it is apparent without the young Gardene the distinct BB harmony would
be void of what we recall from the 60s
Wayne Ashley from Winnipeg, Manitoba
BRIAN WISON: BURTON CUMMINGS THEATRE APRIL 15, 2O17
Listening to Brian Wilson’s concert, from a musicians point of view, was a rare artistic treat. The quality and level of musicianship was outstanding, and the backing musicians’ ability to duplicate the Beach Boys vocals was astounding. Brian’s vocal ability has long deserted him, and he struggled when called upon to sing; however, thankfully the real heavy lifting in the vocal department was left to the rest of the band.
The only weak spot in the concert was, in my opinion, the inclusion of Pet Sounds tracks. Although they were well performed, the Pet Sounds album generally falls far short of the brilliance of Brian’s hit tunes, like Good Vibrations.
Keith Dyar from Indianapolis, Indiana
WATCHING A LIVING LEGEND LIVE
I purchased a VIP package to watch Brian
perform live, & for a meet & greet before the
show. For a professional he did perform at the
best of his ability, and agree to take photos
with his fans. Although you can tell that he was
in some discomfort due to his back surgery
and the busy touring schedule, he smiled for
photos and performed on cue. The Palladium
is a beautiful facility and the staff couldn’t have
been any nicer. I’m proud that Brian has been
a continuous touring musician for the last 20
years. And I would be thrilled to see Brian
again in concert. Although at 76 years old it
may be beneficial he slow down just a little bit.
Ron from Kansas City, Missouri
My wife and I were also at the concert in Kansas City’s Kaufmann and
agree with the other review. They helped him on stage, placed him at
a piano and he basically sat there the whole time. It was sad to see.
They also basically kept the lighting off of him and basically the band
sang around or over him. A couple of years ago we went to the other
Beach Boys group and thoroughly enjoyed it.
For the price of the tickets this concert was a sham.
Other venues should think twice about scheduling this .
William from Kansas City, Missouri
TRIBUTE CONCERT TO BRIAN WILSON, BUT HE WAS THERE...
Maybe I am not a dedicated Brian Wilson fan and therefore did not know what to
expect, but I am knowledgeable of what Wilson has meant to American music and of
an age that I first listened to Beach Boys in the 60's. But this concert was one of the
worse I have been to. And at $100 a pop, maybe THE worse. Brian sang perhaps 5
songs and struggled to do so. The lighting crew kept the lights on everyone else and
placed Brian in the shadows.
It was a scam. I came to hear Brian, not watch an ill man/legend sit at the piano
disengaged from all around him. And not playing or singing
George from Northford, Connecticut
BRAIN WILSON STOP TOURING!
Went to the Oakdale last night and left after 4 songs
and $300 dollars out the window. He sits in front of a
fake piano and bearly sings a song. I haven’t been
ripped off like that ever. If you think it good, you
didn’t have very close seats to see what I witnessed.
They are treating his body like a prop and calling it a
Brian Wilson concert. Brian, you did great things
once. This isn’t how you want you success to end.
Stay home great one.
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