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This was an excellent spectacle of sight and sound - just proves some things get better as they age.
Phil Wanyerka from Cleveland , Ohio
NICK MASON CONCERT REVIEW
What a great show! It is likely that we will never witness another show like the one last night presented by Pink Floyd Drummer Nick Mason! Where ever are you going to hear Classic Pink Floyd numbers like Intersteller Overdrive, Lucifer Sam, Obscured by Clouds, Bike, Arnold Layne, and Fearless to name a few. The hits went on and on and the sound was awesome. The band was tight and seemed genuinely happy to be there playing the oldies for a crowd who ate it all up! The psychedelic light show lived up to what is expected from a typical Floyd show and was great to see vintage video of Nick from those early days inserted into the light show midway through the show. The Akron Civic Theater was a perfect place for this show. The theater is simply stunning and quite awesome and I encourage you to look for additional shows at this venue, you won;t be disappointed..
Jay in Nashua from Hartford, Connecticut
NICK MASON 12 MARCH OAKDALE THEATER WALLINGFORD, CT
Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets was phenomenal in Wallingford. Sound was outstanding -- loud and full spectrum, but not too loud. What a great job the musicians did. Thought it was one of the best concert I've ever seen...and that's somewhere around 200.
Greg from Toronto, Ontario
B4 THERE WAS A DARK SIDE OF THE MOON
Brilliant selection of songs ingeniously reinvigorated with great hooks , Like Pink Floyd when the world was a simpler happier place before there had to be some message to go along with the sheer entertainment of the songs
Greg from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
MASON AND HIS BAND WERE SPOT ON
Nick Mason and his Saucerful of Secrets was simply amazing last night in Philly. Long set list featuring all the old stuff. An amazing experience to hear Floyd songs that havnt been played live in decades (or forever in the case of Vegetable Man). The musicians were tight and the vocals perfect. The sound and ambience at the newly renovated Met was excellent and only added to the show. So glad I got to experience the once in a lifetime opportunity.
Martin Stewart from Boston, Massachusetts
This band play with t vigor and raw energy. Some fantastic deep tracks, Lets Roll Another, Vegetable Man, Obscured By Clouds, when your in...just phenomenal.
If your pondering, don't !! Buy a ticket and go, you'll have the best time while seeing a Legend with a fantastic band.
Don Samuels from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Nick Mason and his talented band played the Early Pink Floyd songs in an energetic manner. The musicianship was excellent and hearing these rarely performed songs was a real treat. Everyone including the musicians had a wonderful time.
Tom from Boston, Massachusetts
NICK MASON SCHUBERT THEATER BOSTON
Just when you thought you could never hear another great version of Echoes, comes Nick Mason and his great band. Piper at the Gates of Dawn, Obscured by clouds, and Meddle were all well represented here as well as Atom Heart Mother. Need I say more from old PF fans.
Rory Gentry from Indianapolis, Indiana
This was my 8th show on the tour, and the band just gets better every night. No two nights are exactly the same. This band was great during their 2018-2019 tour, but have really tightened things up in this tour. Tackling "Echoes", a massive favorite among Pink Floyd fans, is a monumental task. They did the song great justice. Other personal favorites include "Childhood's End", "Astronomy Domine", and "Obscured by Clouds". Gary and Lee do a great job exchanging guitar parts, and Guy is always animated on bass. Dom adds that ethereal Pink Floyd tone on keyboards- I just wish we could see him better! If you haven't seen them yet, you need to do it.
Dennis F. from White Rock, BC
MARCH 19, VANCOUVER BC, QUEEN ELIZABETH THEATRE
This was the first stop on the band's current leg of their world tour. It was a great show and the band gave every appearance they enjoyed themselves and which was displayed in their playing. A Saucerful of Secrets and Point Me at the Sky were offered during the encore and capped a great evening of nostalgia and musicmanship. Very interesting to me was how many dads in the crowd had the same idea I did, that being to take their kids to see a show with music they'll most likely never again have a chance to enjoy live. My 30 year-old love it, as did I. If you are thinking of going to see this show and found this as part of your research, heed these words: not to be missed!
Tkvoice from Minneapolis, Minnesota
WAY TOO LOUD
Saw the show last night in Minneapolis
Nick should fire his sound man.
Even the solo act had my ears bleeding.
The speakers were popping at each peak making sound muddy. I was sitting in balcony at rear of Orphium and had to put ear plugs in very disapointed in sound quality.
The band did great and were very tight. Vocals were spot on. Light show was psychedelic.
Some cool Sid sobgs that were never previosly recorded
My ears are still ringing
Jerry from St. Louis, Missouri
Drums sounded absolutely horrific! My wife, who knows nothing about music mentioned to me how terrible the drums were. She said they sounded like firecrackers! So overly compressed it hurt your ears! And very little low end during the entire show. Overall, majorly disappointed! Do not go to this show!
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