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Griffin from San Francisco
MUSICAL FAILURE: DONT SEE RODRIGUEZ!
The best part of the show was the first opener. The second openers guitar didn’t work and she proceeded to sing a Don with no guitar. It only got worse once a sound Tex brought her a second guitar. I’m not sure if Rodriguez was sick or drunk but he could not play at an acceptable level. Rhythm, key, pitch, tone, it was all off. I couldn’t stand it after the first 3 songs and left.
Nayram kintabos from Seattle, Washington
The opening act was 45 wasted minutes at best. Every song sounded the same and the singer had absolutely no stage presence. By the end of her performance, I could only feel pity for both her and me. Rodriguez arrived on stage in a weird shower of flower petals strewn by 2 women and a child who appeared to be 60's throwbacks. Rodriquez was too feeble to come on stage unassisted. His performance lacked energy. I wanted to hear the music that so endeared him to millions of South Africans, but instead he performed, poorly, the music of other 60's legends. The performance was lackluster and amateurish.
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