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Just got home from the concert. Totally enjoyed it. I don't think i sang the songs as much as yelled them. Ravinia is a beautiful place to have a wonderful time. I will be checking their schedule to see what is coming soon :)
Darlene from Toronto, Ontario
MOODY BLUES , DAYS OF FUTURE PASSED
This show was excellent. Major bonus was the Toronto Orchestra.
Nights in White Satin was more than worth the price of admission.
Have been a follower since 1967. I have never been disappointed in
their shows. It was filmed and when the DVD comes out, I'm buying it.
The Sony Centre was easy to get to and would recommend this venue
Four any show.
John Franklin Martin from Dublin, Ohio
THE MOODINESS ROCK!!!
Fantastic show, great venue. Justin Hayward and John Lodge have always written great
songs and their voices have not diminished with age. Graeme Edge still rocks on drums
and their backup band is phenomenal. Why is this band not in the Rock and Roll Hall of
Fame. The are SOOOOO deserving!!!
Brad from Toronto, Ontario
MOODY BLUES JULY 7TH COMCERT
I've seen the Moody Blues numerous times and this was by FAR the
best ever! A full orchestra, Days Of Future Passed... I felt like I was a
kid again! Plus, front row, dead center tix didn't hurt! Justin Hayward
was in full voice, John Lodge was his playful self and Graeme Edge was
having fun as well! A great night and I want to thank them for
providing the soundtrack to my life! It was an epic evening!
Rodger from formally and still from manitoulin
The Moody Blues rocked at the sony center in Toronto on july 7, 2017.Justin , Graeme , and John are the best. I waited years to see this band, From first discovering them on 8 track and vinyl records , my dream came true on Friday night . I t was a night I will never forget.They where such an integral part of my memories past and present . Thank you
Diane N. from New Brunswick, New Jersey
MOODY BLUES PNC
Beautiful! Sang my heart out. So great
to be able to see and hear the Moody
Blues, a band that was part of my life.
Thank you for the music💜
Roy from Boonton, New Jersey
Fabulous concert, I liked the 2 parts, classic Moodies and then Days of Future Passed,
dont miss it. Their voices are awesome
Mark Etherington from Toronto, Ontario
MOODY BLUES JULY 6 2017
I have been a life long fan of the Moody Blues and although I was only 5 years old when Days of Future Passed came out. I was amazed and left in tears by the performance of the Moody Blues and the 2nd half with the Toronto Festival Orchestra. This is music at it's best.
JOANN from Baltimore, Maryland
GREAT SHOW TONIGHT.THEY SOUNDED WONDERFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!
Romper Renwick from Rockton Ontario
MOODY BLUES SONY CENTER JULY 7TH
This show came at such a perfect time in my life,first off I bought the
tickets for my wife's 50th Birthday so fitting in with Days Of Futures
Past 50th Celebratation,and secondly I just lost my Mom July 5th age
86.....so for my wife and I to get out of the stix and head to the city and
be part of this magical musical evening this was so perfect...... My
wife's first Moody's show my one of many.....they performed
flawlessly, the backup band kills, John & Justin's voices are still getting
to those magic notes.......been listening to my vinyl since the 60's and
am still listening to them......Do yourself all a favour to
yourselfs..........go see them while you can.....and see them again......* *
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Bryan from Las Vegas, Nevada....Michigan
MOODY BLUES AT ENCORE THEATER, VEGAS...10-5-18
I had a very different experience than some who wrote reviews from other nights. Attended
Oct. 5 , 2018 performance. Would have been nice if it could have been done with full
orchestra, but also would have been pretty expensive. The sound was excellent, vocals were
great, screen and light during the Days Of Future Passed segment : really good. Hayward,
Lodge clearly enjoyed themselves and were charismatic and gracious. Saw them in 1969 or
1970 in Detroit, and must say they still sing brilliantly, and their tunes are so melodic. The
audience response was extremely positive. In all, it was beyond my expectations. I’m picky
about concert quality, and I also am certain that most of the audience would have a positive
reaction. Would be interesting to see comment from others that attended Oct. 5.
Cheryl D from Las Vegas, Nevada
Loved it. Would see them again and again.
Please come to Philadelphia Pa
Melanie R. from Dallas, Texas
MOODY BLUES 50TH ANNIVERSARY
The Moodies rocked the place tonight in
Irving, Texas! John Lodge, Justin Hayward,
and Graeme Edge out did themselves with a
memorable, musical trip through the years.
I've seen most of their venues in this area
and this was outstanding! Keepin' the Faith!
from Dallas, Texas
WORTH A FORTY YEAR WAIT
I've waited 40 years for this. Ecceeded my
Dave from Las Vegas, Nevada
GOOD, NOT GREAT
Like others in attendance at the Wynn/Encore MB concert this last week in Sept., we
are devoted fans. I'm afraid I have to agree with some of the feelings of
disappointment expressed by others.. This is the second time we've seen them at
the Wynn/Encore. As with the first show we saw there, the recorded music, was, for
the most part, WAY too loud...to the point of distortion. it was painful. Many around
us used earplugs, tissues, or just plugged their ears. Then there were the spotlights
scanning the crowd...not only did they distracting, but more than once we
experienced temporary blindness. Very disappointing. At both events, we found the
distorted, painful sound and blinding lights were a topic among other attendees as
we walked out afterwards. I'm afraid we attribute much of the disappointment to the
Wynn/Encore. We have seen the MB perform at many other venues and never
experienced the issues. We love the Moodies but I doubt we'd see them again at the
Alan from Las Vegas, Nevada
MOODY AND BLUE
We saw the show Wednesday 9/26 at the Wynn Encore Theater.
OK, where to begin?
The sound was awful. You couldn't hear the guitar and bass in the mix for the first
several songs. It got slightly better through the course of the show. For the most part
the sound was thin. I have seen the MB in other venues big and small during the
course of their career. This was the worst. My old transistor radio sounded better!
There is a saying regarding theatrical lighting, "LIGHT THE MONEY!" It was very
annoying that the Lighting Director had the lights flashing and shining into the
audience for most of the concert. I get what they were trying to do but light the
Artists on stage not the audience. At the intermission I went back out to our car to
grab our sunglasses.
Lastly, during Isn't Life Strange some idiot in our row decided that he had to get up
and go grab a beer He disrupted the total vibe of the song with his coming and
We love the MB but this was not a great experience.
David from Dallas, Texas
BETTER 4 YEARS AGO
I saw them 4 years ago and it was a much
better performance. Sound system seemed
off at times. Had never seen a band take a
20 minute break during the concert. The
flute player was fun to watch.
Joe from Orlando, Florida
MOODY BLUES CFE
The show was very good.
Played many of their top songs.
Disliked the canned orchestra
background music as well as the
canned lead guitar.
I was close enough to tell the
Km from Las Vegas, Nevada
LEFT US BLUE AND MOODY 9/2018 VEGAS
Hate to write negative review but feel
it’s fair. We were underwhelmed by
show. You expect better when at a
Show on The Strip. And pay $90 !
Used Recording of orchestra.
Stage set like a high school gym
dance. People left mid show. Save
your $ for better shows.
Kacy Murray from Las Vegas, Nevada
MOODY BLUES GAVE US THE BLUES
Attended show 9/ 19. The stage was similar to what you'd see at a
high school dance. The video clips were nonsensical and looked like it
was compiled in 1977. Annoying lighting shone in audience eyes and
Sound was terrible. Hard to believe this is a show on The Strip! The
band needs to have some semblance of an orchestra and not
recorded music to bring their show up to Strip expectations and to
justify the $90 ticket costs. We are boomers and MB was some of our
fave music but it is best left to our memories. Disappointed.
Charles Sanders from Las Vegas, Nevada
NOT WORTH $125 (OR EVEN $25)
This concert at Wynns was terrible............
Singing was off on some songs.
Laser lights was horrible and affected viewing for most of show.
Stay away from this show.
Justin Leonard should retire. His voice is no good anymore.
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