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Luis Miguel Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.0 star rating (3.1 Stars)

Number of reviews: 74



3.0 star rating Grace from Santa Barbara, California


LM was amazing with incredible range once he warmed up. He had considerable difficulty getting his sound technicians to adjust his mic while singing and was escalating his frustration with each song. He stopped often to try to get it right to the point of exasperation! Thank goodness the amazing 14 piece Mariachis debuted and ML range of ability came through and he seemed happier after that. Wish he had started on time otherwise an amusing night.

3.0 star rating Liza of Albuquerque from Albuquerque, New Mexico


After listening to his music for more than 25 years, I was excited that he finally came to Albuquerque. I though it would be typical for someone of his fame to be half an hour late. But after an hour and a half of waiting, my anticipation was replaced by anger. He didn't care how much people had paid to see him or how long he kept us waiting. If you care that little, Mickey, it's time to retire! I will say, his voice is better than ever. And even though he had to read the prompts, he still put on a great show when he was on stage. The Mariachis had the best sound quality I've ever heard. However, I'd much rather listen to CD's than to be disillusioned by someone whose fame is dependent on his fans.

3.0 star rating Arelia from New York, New York


NYC- Madison Square Garden. June 9th,2018. I am lifelong was an effort getting the seats that I had. It pains me to say this: (1) technical difficulties to begin the concert. He should have arrived earlier to figure them out. (2) He constantly left the stage. (3) The saxophone, piano, mariachi, all indications that he did not want to be there. They played by themselves as he disappeared from stage. (3) The figeting with clothing, the microphone, his headset, his vest ..he was unhappy up there, on stage, it used to be his favorite place. I love his music, but the weird melodies and arias, really left me feeling like I didnt hear the artist at his best. I won't be seeing this show again. Again, I love his music but he has to love his fans enough to know we deserve a good concert.

3.0 star rating La Incondicional from Chicago, Illinois


The music over powered his voice. Maybe that is what he wanted. What you could hear wasn’t his usual strong and sweet voice. You could tell he was moved when he saw the packed venue. He made up for any short comings in enthusiasm. I was a bit disappointed, but i’d still go back to see him again. He’s been the soundtrack of my life.

3.0 star rating Cecypinal from Los Angeles, California


Great musicians, Luis needs to sing more of his songs in their entirety because we came to hear his voice. Needs to put the mic closer to his mouth so we can make out what he is singing or do a better sound check on his mic. He does entertain well but we want to hear him sing more. Dances on stage was fun but hell we came to hear him sing. Ok you get my point. Artist in general need to know we don’t want to hear audience sing we want them to sing.

3.0 star rating Muchacho de Hoy from Cincinnati, Ohio


LM used to give great shows. This time he avoided pretty much all the high notes in his songs, either by singing a different melody with a much lower note, or turning the mic to the audience. He also sped up through the phrases to shorten long notes. If he's tired, he should take some time off, and not charge huge amounts of money for people to go see a mediocre Luis Miguel. It was also weird that he didn't say a single word to the audience. No good evening, no thanks, nothing at all. It was quite disappointing.

3.0 star rating Eliza from Portland, Oregon


I LOVE Luis Miguel and have been a fan since 1992. This was my 5th concert and I think it was his first time ever in Portland, Oregon. But, there were a couple of things that really disappointed me and affected my overall experience. I didn't find out about the cancellation until I was already in the area after taking time off from work, taking an Uber and paying for dinner. As a dedicated fan, I re-arranged my schedule for Saturday to do it all over again. Plus, 1. The concert didn't start on time--rude. 2. He never said a word to audience. 3. He never apologized for the cancellation or thank fans for coming back the next day--disappointing. 4. He always comes back for an encore--this time he didn't! After a cancellation, a few songs would have been warranted. As much as I love his music, this experience left me with a sour taste and doubt I will ever go back to any of his concerts. It said a lot about his personality and it just didn't sit well with me.

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