ROCKIN WITH THE MAVERICKS
My wife and loved the show they go out out of their way to make the crowd part of the show we will go again!
from Brewster, New York
GREAT 30TH ANNIVERSARY SHOW
The 30th anniversary Mavericks show at the Beacon Theater in NYC on June 8th was amazing. The Mavericks were "Electric". Each member of the group displayed incredible music talent and collectively they had many of the audience standing and dancing. A great show with the Mavericks demonstrating their amazing talent and enthusiasm.
Chris Doubleday from Des Moines, Iowa
YOU CANNOT GO WRONG SEEING AND HEARING THE MAVERICKS LIVE!
Wow! How can we explain the greatest live band we've ever seen? A band that plays country, rock, blues, big band, polka, Tex/Mex, you name it. We put the Mavericks above even Chicago. Just an incredible, extremely entertaining show from start to finish at Hoyt Sherman in Des Moines. If you see no one else this year, go see the Mavericks. It is truly not just the Raul Malo show at all. Each and every band member is a super star whom holds his own. Long live the Mavericks!!!
Sherri from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
MAVERICKS AT THE PABST THEATRE
Mostly I'm responding to the reviewer who thought Raul should not have told some crowd member to "Shut the F up!" I totally support him as I was on the second level and could hear these people talking. It was disrupting and that behavior belongs in a rowdy bar. Raul was about to sing "Blue Moon", which I believe he sang at Carnegie Hall, honoring Willie Nelson. Come on, this guy is a gem and deserves respect. I actually thought he might have not enjoyed himself as much because of this. The show, of course, was great on every level.
Larry from Aubrey, Texas
THE MAVERICKS AT BILLY BOB'S
Been a Mavericks fan since they came out with their 1st album, but never really got around to seeing them live until Friday. They did not disappoint. High energy and they are a joy to listen to. If you want anticsgimmicks, this is not the band for you. I've been to 2 shows now at Billy Bob's. Have to say, the sound there just sucks. It's just too cavernous of a place to get good acoustics. (Yes, I know there's been hundreds of acts that play there). Green Day at the Austin amphitheater had a better sound than at Billy Bob's. Highly recommend catching the Mavericks, but try and see them somewhere else other than BB's.
Dave from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
GREAT SHOW! GREAT TIME!
We are huge Mavericks fans, so they did not disappoint last night! If you've not been to a Mavericks show, be prepared to dance, sing and sweat. Not a "sit in your seat" band. They have so many hits to choose from, they could have played all night. I thought it was strange that Raul yelled at some standing near the stage to "shut the f*** up" but whatever.... The only thing keeping this from a 5 rating was I thought the encore would have been better with some Mavericks hits, although Hungry Heart was done very well!
Donna feistel from Raleigh, North Carolina
Great band. Raul's beautiful voice was not the center of the show. Certainly I wouldn't recognize them as the original Maverics I knew and loved. How about some of the old songs that I could recognize and really get into. "Garden "Party by Rick Nelson sums it up for me. Hey, no big deal just sayin!
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