Matchbox Twenty and Counting Crows Reviews
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from Toronto, Ontario
MATCHBOX 20/COUNTING CROWS
This show was amazing, the music for the Crows was a little loud which for the most part overruled his great voice. Rob Thomas and Matchbox 20 were totally fantastic, very energetic, spoke to the crowd, kept people out of their seats the whole time. My friend and myself danced the whole time. I will for sure go to see them AGAIN!! Just wish I was able to meet that sweet man of a singer (Rob Thomas) Courtney Wight , Belleville ONT
Lisa from Toronto, Ontario
Great concert by 2 amazing bands from the '90s. Counting Crows opened-you need to know their style,..that's how they perform. It's not bad but just different than Matchbox 20. Maybe if people actually listened to the lyrics they would appreciate the greatness of Adam D and how polished the band is after 20+ years. MB20 was great...I forgot how many songs I knew. The crowd was into them for sure. Had a great night!
Laura marqus from Hartford, Connecticut
AWESOME EXCEPT COUNTING CROWS
Let me tell you this concert was amazing! Matchbox 20 was amazingly impressive. High energy fun for everybody. We had so much fun, felt like Dancing all night. I used to love counting crows and still love the recording's but live no way. Counting crows should hang it up unless their sound guy is to blame. That part of the concert was a waste. You could not hear his voice at all. They let the music override him and maybe they should have who knows. And the tempo was not for the audience it was for them
from New Brunswick, New Jersey
PNC MATCHBOX 20 8/29/2017
Matchbox 20 was excellent, Counting Crows completely sucked!!!
Randy Vanee from Toronto, Ontario
MATCHBOX 20 AND OTHERS
We started the show happy and left blown away with a slight dip in the middle. Opener Rivers and Rust were fantastic featuring Matchbox 20's Kyle Cook alongside the amazing Sheila Marshall had us wanting more at the end. Then the stage opened up with the Counting Crows, a band that I have a lot of respect for and know a couple of their tunes. I had some mixed feelings, what I heard I enjoyed and I wished I knew more of their songs so I could have sung along like others were. I struggled to hear the vocals as the music was overtaking them and the frontman lacked interaction with the audience. Not sure why they left out "Mr. Jones" from their set as it was the one that I (and others) wanted to hear the most. Matchbox 20 took the stage and the energy that they supplied lit up the whole place. Rob Thomas and the boys killed it. I've never seen a better show. Ever! They performed as a equal unit and the respect they shared for each other and the audience was obvious to everyone there.
Mike gibson from Los Angeles, California
Great singing just a little unpolished in showmanship I gave it 4 stars for the singing but overall concert experience I would give it 2 starsg
Michelle from peterborough ontario
MATCHBOX TWENTY AUWSOME, COUNTING CROWA A WASTE OF TIME
Rob Thomas still sounds as good as he did on his first album with excellent showmanship and was totally into it. The Counting Crows were a total disgrace, not into it and the sound was totally awful. What happened to the signature song Mr. Jones !!
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