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KENNY CHESNEY CENTURYLINK FIELD, SEATTLE WASHINGTON 07/07/18
We have seen Kenny 6xs prior to tonight, his
concerts have been memorable and
enjoyable. Kenny failed to engage with entire
audience, as we were in "the Sandbar" in
front row and spent majority of his
performance looking behind us in order to
see him, this was super disappointing as well
as when he spoke to audience the words he
spoke, were the EXACT SAME WORDS he
spoke to Gillette stadium on his live Cd that
we listened to in car on way up to concert..
"Scripted" it made that "Connection w/the
audience" seemed generic. Here is a quote
from kenny in an interview
“Every time, I want people to have the best
night of their lives,” Chesney says. “I take
that very seriously. I’ve heard enough stories
about people planning their summer around
coming to see us, and when you know that,
you wanna always give ’em more and better,
trying to think what else? But, you know,
these songs are the reason people come —
and I don’t ever want to take away from the
music. He didn't hold true to his words.
Deb from Seattle, Washington
Seeing Chesney in concert was on my
husband's bucket list. We left very
disappointed. It was way too loud,
the band drowned him out and it was
impossible to understand the lyrics or
appreciate the great voice we know
he possesses. It seemed odd to us
because the sound for Old Dominion
and Rhett was fine.
Kevin Harper from Dallas, Texas
This was a high energy concert but
the sound wasn’t set up good enough
to hear the vocals. Even when the
performers were singing without the
band playing you couldn’t
understand what they were saying.
Kind of like a cheap stereo turned all
the way up in your car, loud but
distorted. I like loud music but would
also like to hear the words to the
Linda from Tampa, Florida
RUDEST AUDIENCE EVER!
Kenny was awesome, but the audience was HORRIBLE! I have never been so embarrassed to be part of an audience in my entire life. They were completely RUDE to the opening acts-especially Dan + Shay, who were, in my opinion, absolutely AWESOME, and the main reason I showed up to begin with. I’m not originally from Tampa, thank God, because I was raised with more manners. I have been to dozens of concerts in my life, and I’ve never seen an opening act treated so poorly. Nobody was paying any attention, everyone was talking, nobody hardly clapped or responded. They’re an award-winning, Grammy winning duo for God’s sake! Show some class! I’ll never go to another concert At Raymond James again. Plus, the sound system sucked. No thanks.
Alan from Atlanta, Georgia
SOUND QUALITY IS AWFUL
We had amazing seats in the 117 section. 6th row. Old Dominion sound quality was acceptable for a stadium show. KC sound quality was terrible. Muddled, hard to understand the words, and extremely loud. It's our 2nd or 3rd concert at Mercedes Benz in Atlanta and we won't ever go to another there. Pretty sure all that concrete and glass makes it impossible to have a loud stadium type show there.
Tina S- Johnson from @AT&T Stadium. From Round Rock, Texas
KENNY CHESNEY AT AT&T STADIUM
Saw Kenny Chesney (at Austin 360 Ampitheater), Dan + Shay (at Austin 360 Ampitheater & Rodeo Austin), Old Dominion (in Killeen, Texas) all GREAT shows so I gifted my fiance with floor tickets for his birthday & was very disappointed with the sound. The acoustics were so bad we left the floor & went upstairs. Still bad. We went outside & heard the words & music much better- it didn't sound warped but sadly I wasted $300 on a disappointing birthday gift. The Waffle House down the street had a much better concert.
I still love the bands but won't return here for another concert.
LT from Denver, Colorado
HORRIBLE SOUND QUALITY
The acts that proceeded Kenny were great and all had excellent sound quality! I'd definitely go to another Dan + Shay and Old Dominion concert.
The sound quality of Kenny's set, however, was absolutely awful. It was hard to hear Kenny over the instrumentals, and even hard at times to pick out the melody to know what song he was singing. The thing about having his singing drowned out is that it was painfully obvious when the musicians played wrong notes... which happened frequently. Such a shame given how hard he worked on stage. Hope they get the sound issues fixed before his next concert. We had the same problem with 2 concerts in Vegas so stopped going. Have always had great sound quality at Denver venues, at least until Kenny.
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