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This was my third time seeing the Eagles and the first for Jimmy Buffet. Saw the
Eagles 3 years ago in Miami. I was interested to see how they would handle the
transition to a "new chapter" without Glen, the bands long time front man. Don
Henley stepped out from behind the drums more than he has in the past. I see this
as him taking more of a leadership role now as the patriarch of the band. They put
Deacon Frey right up front there next to Don so I thought they must have a lot of
confidence in him. He does sound a little like his father. At only 24, I hope that his
voice continues to mature and that he only gets better. They spent a lot more time
doing the old stuff than in past shows I've seen. Nearly an hour, most led by Vince.
Too much of that. Only 1 song from Long Road Out of Eden, a 2 CD set. That was
disappointing. As always, no one rocks the house like Joe Walsh. Would like to see
them back in the studio. Jimmy Buffet, same ole tired sing-a-longs for 40 years
Jim Bates from New York, New York
LASTING LEGACY TERRIFIC
Not a bad moment in 2.5 hrs vince is seamless addition to sit in for glen seamless great night
Dave Ball from Toronto, Ontario
TOO MUCH WALSH
Our third Eagles concert..this one was extra special with the great Vince Gill doing so well on Take it to the Limit and Lying Eyes plus others..
But the preponderance of Joe Walsh numbers was grating. Frankly, songs that sound too similar and they were coming after each original Eagles number in the second set.
With a full orchestra and choir Wasted Time never sounded better !
NYC Blonde from New York, New York
DISAPPOINTING SHOW - SAD TO SAY
I saw the Eagles in 2015 in their History of the Eagles tour at Madison Square
Garden and thought it was one of the best concerts I'd ever seen. It was a very
professional show with minimal talk and lots of great music. i went again last night
and was somewhat disappointed. Don Henley, of course, spoke about Glenn and
introduced Deacon Frey who now plays with the band. Deacon is adequate and the
crowd gracefully cheered him, but he is no substitute for his father whose soaring
voice, musical talent & presence was missed by this fan. Also, the show was too
glitzy & theatrical. At one point, they shined lights on each section of the arena so
everyone sitting there cheered. This was pointless and seemed like they were
trying to waste time and perhaps get some rest in between performing songs. We
enjoyed the 2.5 hour show, but it almost felt like a tribute band not the Eagles to
this fan. This is what it would have been like if the Beatles performed with Julian
after John died.
Jack Chadwick from Sarasota, Florida
EAGLES TRIED BUT VINCE GILL HELD THEM UP
Saw the Camping World Stadium concert this past Saturday, with Buffet and
the "New Eagles" band, and have to disagree with most of the positive
reviews, probably from newer fans. Have to say while JB got the 45,000 +
fans going, for this long time Eagles fan their segment dragged, and seemed
disconnected. I've loved these guys for all of my adult life, and have seen
them in concert many times. But this time the songs dragged, the long time
in between songs was amateurish, like a band playing 2nd fiddle for JB. If
not for Gil, and Joe Walsh, we would've walked out sooner than we
ultimately did. Gil saved them with Glen's songs. And unfortunately,
Timothy B. Schmidt seemed to be in constant pain with his broken foot. To
run the risk of blasphemy, unfortunately Glen's son couldn't handle the
impossible job of filling his Dad's shoes - sad. We can't figure out what Don
Henley was planning, but playing Eagle's past hits in such a slow &
unenthusiastic pace needs some re-thinking!.
Walter from Denver, Colorado
EAGLES IN DENVER - COASTING AND SNOOZING
We were hoping for a great night of fun music. Weather was super hot, about 100
degrees. There is absolutely no tailgating around Coors Field in Denver which did
not help the Jimmy Buffet crowd. We met in a restaurant before heading to the
stadium. It was not bad getting in, but merch and refreshment lines were huge.
We found our seats at club level to be way to far from the stage. Our friends who
are season ticket holders for the Rockies had to be relocated due to being
blocked by the sound booth tent. There was a female singer on first, but we could
not hear her at all. Jimmy Buffet came on at the announced time and his sound
was horrible. I don't even think the rear speakers were even turned on. We could
not understand a word he said all night. I'm a fan and it took a while to recognize
what song he was playing, other than a few obvious ones. He played his allotted
time and was off. We were hoping for a great party atmosphere and did our best.
Eagles sounded lame but thanks to Joe!
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