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I have always been a fan, but this was my first time of
seeing Dwight live. I LOVED, LOVED, LOVED him! I was
amazed at how incredibly wonderful he still sounds
and how entertaining he was as he played, song to
song, non-stop. His voice is truly a gift! I will see him
again anytime he's in the area!
Lorrie from Calgary, Alberta
It was a great show. Dwight still has it even having a
cold. This is the 3rd time I have seen him. The South
Jubilee was sold out. He still has the eye hiding
cowboy hat. He did a tribute to Merle Haggard and a
couple of others.
Cannot wait for Dwight to come back.
Also the auction of an autographed guitar was
touching as funds go to the Vets in Canada.
Cynthia from Greenwich, CT
DWIGHT YOAKAM WAS FANTASTIC!
Drove 2 hrs up to Albany to see Dwight and his band. I enjoyed his show thoroughly. He’s an amazing artist
and it was a real joy to see him perform. Seeing Dwight Yoakam in concert has always been at the top of the
list. My other top of the list was Joshua Bell the violinist so I have pretty eclectic music taste. As long as the
talent is there and the music is moving then count me in. Dwight Yoakam is a rare talent. Right up there
with Johnny Cash. My feet hurt today from dancing solo in the aisle of the orchestra level. I couldn’t sit still in
my seat! Great great night and a wonderful memory.
David Nizolek. from Albany, New York
DWIGHT YOAKAM IN ALBANY NY.
Music and show was fantastic but the sound
was toooo loud and I like loud music. Get a
new sound man he should have noticed not
only how loud it was but the people leaving
because of it so loud it was distorted at times.
My ears are still ringing. Still a big fan !
Don from Calgary, Alberta
DWIGHT ROCKS CALGARY
Saw Dwight Yoakam last night and thought his show was great. While Dwight was getting over a cold, his
voice and singing were spot on, such a unique voice. His band was excellent (and yes loud) and rockn. I’d give
the show a five out of 5 but there seemed to be a major problem with the sound coming from Dwight’s
guitars. Both his electric and his acoustic (but especially his acoustic). The sound was really trebly and
compressed which unfortunately really detracted from the overal sound of the band and Dwight’s singing.
Great set list with lots of his hits and some great covers too. We sat near the front and while it was loud was
still enjoyable. We thought the opening act, Brandi Clark was good too.
Joe from Sacramento, California
DWIGHT AT CREST
The show was fantastic but the sound was a bit muddled on Dwight's mic and Eugene's
guitars. It was a little distracting and a little annoying especially for the price.
The opening band "King Leg" was a big surprise with a smoking set and the sound was
Julee from Calgary, Alberta
Dwight...your a wonderful performer and song writer. Have to say I saw you in Cranbrook BC, and last night at the Jube. I have to tell you your singing voice is incredible but ....when you switched out guitars all of a sudden the sound was not near as clear. It happened in Cranbrook as well don't know if its the speakers or the guitar your changed but your words were hard to understand and a lot of people I sat with thought the same. I am a huge fan of yours for years, thought you should know.
Sano from Calgary, Alberta
GREAT MUSICIANS, DISAPPOINTING SOUND
Great musicianship, awesome guitar licks and
Dwight hit all the notes, however the front of
house sound was awful - yes, in the best
sounding room anywhere. Dwight’s vocals
were feeding back up until the second to last
song and his guitar sounded like nails
scratching on a blackboard. Whoever
produced the front of sound owes the band an
apology and the audience a refund. What a
waste of a potentially great evening.
Rob from Edmonton, Alberta
All in all a great show! Could do really
without the electric guitar portion of
his show. WAY TO LOUD causing
many to leave his show early!
Definitely not country in any way &
really took away from the rest of his
show for me! Without that 10/10 with
Phil Eva from Bancroft ON
Fabulous show, he never stopped but kept transitioning from one song to the next. He did share his thoughts and reflections on artists and groups that were a part of his musical heritage. Theatre venue was great, comfortable seats and view.
My only complaint was the loudness of the music and the sound in general. It just doesn’t need it. Well worth the trip to see him.
Harry Diament from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Was so looking forward to this show...left disappointed. Firstly, the venue was terrible. With no A/C my phone recorded 110 degrees in stagnant conditions! Unacceptable! Floor fans didn't cut it! Usher took us to our seats, shortly uprooted by another usher to other seats.(There were plenty that were still open!) Opening act was 1 hour long...people were getting anxious. Then Dwight came out...still has got it! We were excited...that faded as he hardly did any of his well known songs i.e. Fast as You, Guitars & Cadillacs etc. Whoever was doing the sound mix stunk! Lead solos were blasting, voice was garbled...true turn off! We love Dwight, but the conditions made us leave before the encore! Never again!
Greg and Debbie from Roxbury, Wisconsin
It was hot but so was Dwight! First time me and my wife have seen him and we were pumped. I love his music and his voice and his band was awesome!
A couple of cold ones made the heat a little more bearable.
Go Dwight Go!....thanks for sticking it out and putting on a great show for us!
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