Chris P. from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
NEIL YOUNG IS TOO F**KING COOL.
Great song choices performed spectacularly. Neil is one of the all time best songwriters for this type of music. He put on a great show and Philly loves him.
BP from Portland, Oregon
SHAKING MY HEAD
I'm absolutely dumbfounded by the three star and less reviews here for this show! Neil performed 23 songs + 1 encore. A mix of classics and several brand new songs including the live debut of one! His performance was riveting from start to finish, the playing and singing was impeccable. He did in fact play all three pianos (including a 9 foot steinway which had been partially burnt in a fire) AND the pump organ on stage along with at least 4 of the guitars, a banjo (Old King!) and the Ukelele on the encore. You can't please everyone I guess. Cannot wait to see Neil with Lukas Nelson's band in Eugene on Thursday.
Bill from Appleton Wisconsin
When you go and see Neil you never know which Neil Young will show up. You have the Electric Neil, the acoustic Neil, the country Neil. Last night it was mostly the acoustical Neil. He seemed subdued, very quiet, unsure what he would play next and the encore was just weird. 1 song on the ukulele. Concert was short but if you like Neil you loved it.
Ralph Borzyczkowski from Madison, Wisconsin
SUCH PROMISE, BUT.....
Neil seemed old (and I'm 67!) and confused. 4 pianos onstage, 2 went untouched. 6 guitars, 3 went untouched. The highlights were brilliant but not sustained through consecutive songs. New music is cool, but less so without introduction. Clearly, no thought put into the setlist equals a less evocative concert. A great artist captured on an uninspired evening.
Bill from Sacramento, Calif from
Neil still can bring at 73 his voice is still great but last nights show had too much focus on the band Promise of the Reel and not on Neil. Way too much of the new songs and not enough of the old. I was very disappointed he didn't play Old man, Cinnamon girl or Harvest moon I'm sure I wasn't the only one shaking their heads after those encores
Cindy from Seattle, Washington via San Francisco
NEIL YOUNG PARAMOUNT, SEATTLE
Soo disappointing! We paid $700 and flew to Seattle from San Francisco to see Neil Young. We were hoping to hear more of his amazing songs from his 50 years of great music... I believe he maybe played 4, maybe 5 of his not so popular hits. The rest was from his new music which did not he put together with his new band ( Willie Nelsons son) a electric guitar solos... We were not impressed and so bored... We were soo sad after concert, as we were looking forward to this concert!
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