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Leon Bridges is an incredible talent. His songwriting is superb and his music has a sound all
his own. The band was excellent and really added a richness to his musicto his music. Loved
the stage, lights, and dance moves. I loved the growth in his music. The opening act was a
really innovative band Masego that I’d go to see again. Had a wonderful time and his fans
David Plihal from Washington, District of Columbia
Came to this show with not a lot of introduction; it was a birthday gift for my daughter, who adores him. I like everything so game for whatever. All I really heard previous was Smooth Sailing, which is a fantastic, sleek and jazzy tune. This guy just seems like the real thing. The show was fantastic, the venue was perfect. He wasn't a presumptuous STAR but rather a natural talent who seemed to shy away from the limelight but knew he had a job to do and did it well- a throwback to all kinds of things- I saw and heard the influences of Aaron Neville, Elvis Presley, Sam Cooke and Miles Davis all rolled into one dynamic yet clunky and sweet performer who was true and beautiful all at once. We had a great time. This guy has miles to go and happy to have been near him.
Anonymous from Baltimore, Maryland
TIME WELL SPENT
Very good show. The opening act, to me, lacked consistency in the sound they produced. It did, however, only make the headliner that much more enjoyable. The crowd was extremely diverse, covering just
about every demographic. Lots and lots of women!!!! Leon Bridges was energetic, rhythmic, and very adept in the delivery of his songs. He definitely connected with his audience and entertained them well.
The young performer is a throwback to a time where things were less hurried,. Great show!!!!
Anne from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
LOUD BAND MUFFLED SINGER
Third time seeing Leon Bridges in Philly...can see how much he has matured and
become less shy on stage...think i like the first album's tour better where the music
was an accompaniment to his singing...this time it was more like he was assisting the
band...the acoustics were not great although the house was packed for a second
night and folks seemed to enjoy themselves....Leon is gifted so i was happy to see
him....the venue charged an additional $40 to stand where we stood for free the last
time we saw him...that was corny...
Marty B. from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
GREAT ARTISTS, DESTRUCTIVE SOUND DESIGN
I love Leon Bridge's work, and it was great seeing him live, along with the incredible
musicians on stage. I have nothing but praise and appreciation. They put on a great
However...why the sound aesthetic was of an arena rock band, with booming, reverb-
heavy bass drum and bass, is absolutely beyond me. It destroyed any clarity of sound
whatsoever, resulting in a mash of sound that overwhelmed Leon's vocals and his backup
singers (who are incredible). Vocals were unintelligible. Why such bass-heavy design for a
subtle, tasteful performer? We left disappointed.
Tim Lebo from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
LEON BRIDGES AT THE FILLMORE.
I was really surprised not to buy fulliy into what was my first time seeing Mr. Bridges live. I
really expected to walk way with my love for his music completely stoked. But that was not
exactly my take away. First the sound was off right from the beginning. It left his vocals at
times, muffled. He is young and I’m sure he will grow as artist. But, to me, the band sounded
like it was a first night effort, not one that is nearing the end of a tour. The music is too good
not to sound perfect.
Sad girl from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
I gave 3 stars to be kind, and because
it was not all that bad. But the music
for sure fell flat. It seemed like it was
all glitz, and about the glam and not
about the music. I was very
fisappointmed. Tickets should have
cost $40 max for what they put out. It
almost felt like it was their first time
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