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Pink Martini Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.0 star rating (3.2 Stars)

Number of reviews: 12



5.0 star rating Irka from New York, New York


They are the most tallented, high educated, sophisticated young group, i am glad they succeed

5.0 star rating Viva Pink Martini from Anchorage, Alaska


Pink Martini was fabulous ! They keep t the crowd going wild and singing along and yes dancing! I will never forget it and can’t wait for them to return again and again.

5.0 star rating Phil from Kansas City, Missouri


Loved the show in KC. Leader does talk fast, but musicians and singer were fabulous. Very entertaining night. Could have listened all night!

5.0 star rating Mark L from Kansas City, Missouri


The best concert ever and we’ve seen Pink Martini in Portland and KC several times.

5.0 star rating Kate Clinton from Galveston, Texas


We saw the Pink Martini Orchestra last night at the Galveston Opera House. They rocked the house with songs in many different languages, even in Japanese. Paris Forbes, singer song writer, wrote awesome , upbeat, international songs in many languages. Paris’ diction allowed me to hear every word and follow the bard. Each member of the orchestra was talented beyond words. We will look to see the Pink Martini Orchestra again.

3.0 star rating J. Evans from Portland, Oregon


We have seen Pink Martini several times in concert, which is why when we saw they were performing at Edgefield in Portland, we jumped at the chance to have a fun, lively evening. What we got was not even close. The opening band was great, got the crowd up and dancing, anticipating the fun main event. However, when Pink Martini took the stage they seemed to take the crowd down, hosting several guests (which is normal), but each guest seemed to play a slow ballad with no fun upbeat music until the very, very end of the show when they closed with Eugene, however, by then the sleepy crowd sitting in the dark was either asleep or on their way home. It was a very disappointing evening. We will think twice before purchasing tickets again. Storm Large was great, but we hardly got to see her, and China Forbes was hardly on stage. Sad. Thomas Lauderdale seemed very unsettled. We would like to have seen more of the band themselves, not just guests. We paid to see Pink Martini!

2.0 star rating from New Haven, Connecticut


We have enjoyed the music of Pink Martini for quite sometime and when we saw they would be performing LIVE at the Shubert in New Haven we jumped at the opportunity to get tickets. But sadly we were disappointed with their performance and would most likely not go see them again. Wish they sang more and talked less. It was difficult to understand Thomas' chatter and we didn't appreciate the constant pitch of their political views. They should have played more of their "classic" songs, the ones that made them famous. Not a tribute to Helen Reddy "I Am Woman" and Dolly Parton's "9 to 5"! Really??! Come'on people... not at these prices. China Forbes seemed bored and they gave too much attention and song time to their guest "Ari Sapiro" from NPR. On a positive note, the musicians in the band were phenomenal.

2.0 star rating Patrick from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania . Glenside


Saw Pink Martini 2 years here and loved the show!!! we were excited to see them again. BUT.... last night???? disappointed in the show last night. more talking than performing. didn't like the audience members dancing behind the band, very distracting. band seemed bored with their show and almost said as much. the Helen Reddy bit "I Am Woman" was bad, didn't understand Thomas or what he was talking about most of the time. also didn't like them pitching their goods that were available for purchase in the lobby. took 2 friends telling how great the show was going to be . all not impressed and probably won't see them again. sad to say

2.0 star rating from Anchorage, Alaska


I don’t go to a music performance of this caliber to watch audience members covering the stage doing as they pleased. Also, this was 90%the same set as they did the last time to anchorage, geez, learn some new material, besides singing happy birthday twice to the same person. I’ll skip them next time.

2.0 star rating KayGee from Denver, Colorado


I have happily seen Pink Martini perform on six previous occasions but the 7th and last was a terrible disappointment at Red Rocks. Filled with “guests” singers and cover songs? Why??? They are so talented and have terrific songs we all wanted to hear and didn’t.

1.0 star rating C.Sorgani from Hollywood, California


We were very excited to see Pink Martini again! It was a very disappointing performance. They performed three songs and the rest of the time was filled with other unknown "performers". This was not what we expected and certainly not what we paid for. What were you thinking Pink Martini?

1.0 star rating Vera Moroyan from San Francisco, California


I raved about Pink Martini to my girlfriends. It was a big disappointment last Sunday, Dec 15th at the SF Jazz Center. We were there to hear her classic songs and not Christmas songs, they should have advertised if it was a Holiday Edition...She hardly sang, she had other guests to perform. We were there to listen her upbeat songs to dance and not her boring "I'm a woman and 9 to 5 songs. 2 years ago we saw her at the Mountain Winery and she was fantastic...not sure if I would want to see her again.


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