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Hall and Oates Reviews

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Average customer review: 2.5 star rating (2.5 Stars)

Number of reviews: 83



2.0 star rating Michael from Denver, Colorado


Squeeze were fantastic sounded great, hall and oats set had such bad feedback and sound we left after the 5th song.

2.0 star rating RC from Atlantic City, New Jersey


We went to their show in 2019 and it was great. Unfortunately Hall has lost his voice and can’t hit any highs. It was a bit embarrassing to be honest I felt bad for him. I understand that many artists can’t hit the high notes anymore as they age but their was simply no body to his voice at all. Very flat and off key. Time to retire. We did however still have a good time with the other fans. Don’t expect much of you see them.

2.0 star rating John scannell from Hartford, Connecticut


Been a fan of Hall and Oates since the 80s . I’ve seen hundreds of concerts. Both hall and Oates are talented, great band . Last night when I heard them we watched Daryl lose his temper on stage about sound . He was correct. Mics were squealing giving feedback . I’m a dj 25 years and I understand sound it was bad . Unfortunately it threw off his game and he was rarely singing on key he was talking the words and fans don’t pay for that . The concert at times seems like a jam session from Daryl’s house . John Oates did well he kept it together and the sax player was absolutely fantastic . The best duo of all time were a bit off the map this concert but I’m still a fan . I wish hall and Oates would spend more time together collaborating they are more successful together ! You met at a gang fight for a reason the stars were aligned focus on sticking together I’m still a big fan ! I would still see them again and I would still buy and listen to their songs ! We hope to see more music !

2.0 star rating Tony from Sacramento


My wife and I saw Hall & Oates in Reno/Sparks. The band was good but the vocals were very bad. Hall had a hard time holding a note and was basically talking the lyrics. I’m happy to say that I got to see them, but also disappointed because they sounded like bad karaoke night. They should also interact with the audience more. Maybe tell some stories about how they came up with some of their songs and lengthen their show. We came along way and paid a lot of money to see them for an hour and a half (maybe) show. Yes, I know they’re getting up there in age but I have seen other older artists and they have gone over two hours. .

1.0 star rating Amber from Wenatchee, Washington


For years, Hall & Oates has been on top of "must-see" list and had been looking forward to Seattle show for months. Train was awesome and first gal forgettable (even though she reminded us of her name every few moments while her name was on screen). H&O's vocal sound was just horrible and as last show, you think they would have worked out those kinks by then!

1.0 star rating from Portland, Oregon


Don't they read reviews? Most other venues complained of muddy sound, too much bass and percussion, too loud and distorted. Same in Portland last night. It was the Daryl Hall show with little presence by Oates. Often couldn't figure out what the song was. Expected better. Pat Monahan was great fun and even saved H&O with his voice in their set. While Train's sound was a bit better than H&O, it could of been improved. Same for Kandace Springs. The Moda Center is awful for sound. The Eagles had it dialed in much bettter with a lower volume and less distortion and echo. Please clue in future artists.

1.0 star rating Rolf from San Diego, California


Sound mixing was terrible. Bass over shadowed everything. Train was good but that's not who we went to see.

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