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First time out of my “cage” since Covid hit. BEST NIGHT EVER! A fan for 30+ years and the boys did not disappoint. Being 75 never looked so good! In awe of the passion, talent and love these two exude from the stage. BRAVO guys! 👏
Michele Borbidge from Philadelphia, PA
LOVED DARYL HALL AND JOHN OATES AT THE MANN
We saw Squeeze and Daryl Hall and John Oates at the Mann Music Center in August and loved the show. Fans of all ages were dancing to the music and Daryl and John sounded great. Their band
Is awesome and everyone enjoyed the show.
Stuart Davis from Nebraska
HALL & OATES DIDN'T DISAPPOINT; TRAIN STAYED ON TRACK
At Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif. on August 7, I was a little worried during the first
two songs, as it seemed Darrel Hall's voice was tired, but then he hit his stride. When
he moved to the piano for "Sarah Smile," he brought down the house. Strong finish
with a wonderful encore wrapped up a great evening. Collaboration with Train's lead
singer was a highlight. Train was great, but the microphone for the vocals could have
been turned up more, as the sound mix was off all evening. Kandace Springs has
pipes, as well.
Terri from Portland, Oregon
TRAIN WAS FANTASTIC
I would get tickets to see Train again in heartbeat.
Went in loving Train, came away an even bigger fan!!!!!
Hall and Oats felt like a Daryl Hall Show, not impressed.
And the band was so loud the when it was a John Oats song
you couldn't hear him.
JenLeighWheel from Dallas, Texas
TRAIN SHOULD HAVE HEADLINED
I grew up listening to Hall & Oates and have great respect for bands who stand the
test of time with their songs still playing on the airwaves. However, John Oates was
more or less a backup singer to a very (tired? drunk? stoned? old?) Daryl Hall. What's
more, is Hall took way too many tangents from the original lyrics/style, even talking
instead of singing. Too many times I felt I couldn't sing along, which was a bit
disappointing. Again, still have much respect for the duo, but I think it's time to hang
up their touring hat. Train, on the other hand, was surprisingly AMAZING. Their lead
singer, Pat Monahan, was energetic, perfectly on key, and engaging with the
audience - pretty funny guy, actually. And to give Hall some credit, he sang Train's
Calling All Angels with Pat Monahan and it was fantastic. I don't feel too bad about
the whole show not being great...I only spent about $50 per ticket total. So, I got my
money's worth for sure. If you're gonna go, go for Train.
Brent Roper from Kansas City, Missouri
TRAIN GREAT H&O NEED NEW STRATEGY
Train was great. Great songs, great stage
presence, interesting and fun!I saw hall and
Oates in 2010. They were absolutely amazi
Hall’s voice was 100%. His voice in Kansas City
was 50% at best. He is 71 years old! Give them
credit, they had eight musicians on stage, that
is expensive.They threw money at the problem
instead of being honest. Hall either has
dementia or was drunk. If it is the first, just
admit it, people won’t mind- Look at Glen
Campbell. A better strategy would be to tell
the audience that he will sing live to a pre-
recorded version so they get their moneys
worth. Also, their performance needed some
women’s voices, eight man on stage is OK but
Trains back up singers would have been
helpful. Also, train was very kind to go on tour
w with them we all get old and need help.
Overall it was a great show, I just felt sorry for
Hall and Oats getting older.
Hiram from Kansas City, Missouri
TRAIN WAS ON TIME; HALL & OATES, A REFRESHING JOURNEY IN TI
Although my wife and I missed the opening performance of Kandace Springs, we arrived in time to catch 'Train.'
From there opening number, "50 Ways to Say Goodbye" to their closing selection, "Drops of Jupiter," they rocked. Patrick Monahan, Train's lead singer, was beautifully engaging and his voice and the band's songs made Sprint Center feel more intimate than it had any right to be.
While Hall & Oats are not the singers they used to be (70 years of age will do that to you), they were terrific. What they may have lost in strength of voice, they made up for (in spades) going down memory lane with their catalog of hits. While 'Sara Smile' is still my favorite song from the duo, their rendition of "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' had the entire Sprint Center crowd (which was near capacity) on their feet and singing along.
By the end of the night, 'Train' gained a new fan in me and Hall & Oates reminded me how sweet it is to listen to 'blue-eyed soul' once again.
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