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The mix for this show was less than amateur. It was horrible. We sat right next to the sound engineer, where it should sound the best. In spite of our 'good' location, the sound was a muddy, indistinct, mess. Not one instrument could be clearly discerned when the full band played. Only when the majority of the instruments dropped out was there any semblance of clarity. The bass was indistinct even on its own. Any note played by Joe below D above middle C had a nasty, brutal resonance. The vocals were buried most of the show. The horns and keys were always too dominant in the mix, which I hate to call a mix since nothing was indeed mixed properly. Could have been a great show...it wasn't. I feel ripped off and want my money back.
Dr. Douglas O. Brady from Edmond, Oklahoma
Best Blues Guitar player around now. Have seen several concerts and I am a Senior Citizen. Joe is the best. If you can see him live please do so. Fingers move so fast hard to see him play. Jumped right in on time and played straight except for introducing his band members and back up singers. Guy is phenomenal. Lucky to have seen him.
Cam from Seattle, Wa.
JOE BONAMASSA IN OAKLAND,CA.
Flew to Oakland just for this show. First time seeing Joe. While I enjoyed the show, I was disappointed in the set list. Only a couple songs from Redemption (only one of my favorites). Wish he'd play more of his blues songs like, Midnight Blues, I 'll play the blues for you etc. I have tickets for the Seattle show March 2020. Hopefully it will be a different set list.
Al Ferraante from Middle Village N.Y.
MASTER OF THE GUITAR
My son and I saw him at the beacon theater on November 14 2019, great venue to showcase his phenomenal talent. No matter how old your are, you can not miss the man. If you know guitars, his collection is of the utmost. These vintage instrument's together with his god given ability to play, give you what the blues is about. Oh!, did I mention his band, well they are an outstanding set of musician's and singers.
Michele from New York, New York
OH JOE! BRILLINAT- COULDA BEEN A BIT LONGER
This was the first time Id seen Joe and Id been waiting 2 years to finally see him. Every second was spot on- a virtuoso backed up with 2 amazing singers, a fabulous crowd- showing love for Joe- terrific orchestra seats- only issue- after waiting so long to see him- I missed first 3 songs- he goes on at 8 sharp- wished the gig was longer than was.
Kurt from Greenville, South Carolina
Just what I expected. Joe and the band were awesome. Sound was great too.
David from Phoenix, Arizona
A LOT BETTER!
Phoenix - Joe B was tremendous. Started on time, played approx 2 hours, newer songs, classics, changed guitars, band incredible - everyone loves Reese, even the “fill in drummer” for Anton Fig was excellent. Amazing evening. Saw him just after Gary Clark Jr - these two are carrying the blues mantle. GCJ was top notch - go see him! Back to Joe - this was a power packed show that was one of the hi-lites of my fall concerts. BUT I am going to share that I also traveled to see Joe B in San Diego at Humphries 18 months ago - he said he was injecting some country greats into that tour. Well it wasn’t some it was almost all and it was not enjoyable at all. Some people actually walked out and after the show there were a lot of shaking heads - this October show at Comerica was Redemption for Joe B and for me. His 2nd to last song in the encore on acoustic guitar was stunning - reminded me of a guitar player from the UK years ago - John Martin - one guy on an acoustic guitar opening for Yes.
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