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Robert Turner from Los Angeles, California
I have not seen Alabama for 30 years and did not expect much. I was tolaly surprised how good the show was. It was like they were doing there last show forever here in Ontario. Randy Owen did not want to leave the stage as if he wanted to share every applause . Jeff Cook performing was very emotional . Love the show so much and a great venue .
Brian from Burlington, North Carolina
50 YEARS OF ALABAMA MADE THEM TIRED
I grew up listening to Alabama my entire life. Alabama was a group I have always wanted to see. Being an audio engineer I was let down when they hit the stage. I couldn't hear Randy's vocals for about 1/3 of the show. I would have thought the sound system was not set up properly but the opener (Charlie Daniels) sounded phenomenal. The band seemed tired and unorganized with little energy, they would finish a song and then start playing it again, kind of like a bar band trying to kill time when they dont't have enough material to finish the set which I know isn't the case here, I guess they were tired. Even though the sound wasn't good and the band was tired, I was able to hear a few of the hits I grew up listening to. It's bad then a 83 year old opener had more energy and sounded 100 x better than the headliner.
Doris from Providence ri
Disappointed with this concert. Appreciated the attempt to please by continuing even when not feeling well, but felt like the repeats of song endings and audience participation was way overdone. Wanted to hear Alabama songs not someone else’s. Charlie Daniels did a great job
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