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The Band was tight......Mike Leonhart and the brass were remarkable......Carolyn
Leonhart and the Danettes sounded like angels.....Drummer, Keith Carlock never missed
a beat......Herington's guitar was perfect.....Donald Fagan's voice and keyboards were on
the money....Walter was smiling down!.....Perfect sound with a great light show......Hotter
than the 104 degree Toledo Zoo show in 2011.....
Bob Wheatley from Louisville, Kentucky
DAN WILL GO ON FOREVER
The sounds was tight and the lights were bright. Steely Dan at the Louisville Palace 3-
Oct-18 was awesome. Yeah he could have played tracks from Morph the Cat. But what
he did play was so tight it didn't matter.
When Fagan goes (god forbid) slide in a replacement and keep on rolling.
Nice venue for jazz. Close parking and bars and restaurants.
Lester from Las Vegas, Nevada
GREAT ROOM, TIGHT BAND, CROWD OF SLOBS...
DATELINE: Venetian Theater, 4/28/19
After many thwarted attempts to see the band live, me and the misses settled in the lovely and acoustically solid VT. The entire performance was reminiscent of an old school R&B jazz review which should be no surprise.
Excellent set list that covered all the bases albeit the inclusion of "FM" (too Top 40 considering the band's deep catalog, but easily digestible for the audience) and "Dirty Work" which is a tremendous song with David Palmer's plaintive vocal but "lounge-y" as done by the female backup artists.
With the exception of hard core Dan fans and budding music students (a master class if ever there was one) the crowd appeared to be ancient Midwesterner's who on a lark dropped by on their way to the Kwik-E-Mart to get a gallon of vanilla ice cream and Hershey's syrup. (See: FM) with no thought of stepping out.
Perhaps Nevada's lax cannabis law accounted for the malaise but methinks 8:00pm was bedtime for many. Too bad, great show!
STEVEN P from Las Vegas, Nevada
STEELY DAN VENETIAN MAY 4TH 2019
Steven Schuyler from Boston, Massachusetts
THE DAN AT BOSTON'S ORPHEUM--DOES IT GET ANY BETTER?
Over the last 25 (!) years, my two daughters and the family have seen Steely Dan perform about 6 or 7 times. Older daughter Stephanie bought 8 tickets in the first balcony of the 150+ year old Orpheum Theater for Friday's opening night performance ("Aja and greatest hits"). I should contextualize last night's experience to say that my daughter had seen the Dan last week in New York (where David Crosby sat in for a surprise rendition of "Wooden Ships") and that our first family concert was to see them at the so-called Tweeter Center, when the kids were maybe two and six. We had a great dinner at Pho Pasteur, right around the corner, and then walked up to the Orpheum, which is an intimate setting for a concert. The band was tight, Donald's voice was stronger than ever. Watching the drummer perform is actually mesmerizing! The set list was "something for everybody." The crowd was generally above 50, and obviously digging it, but not more than my 25 and 29 year old daughters!
Lamont from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
AUDIO NEED HELP
The mix FOH wasn’t that good at all
Alan Turgiss from Boston, Massachusetts
STEEL DAN'S 1ST ORPHEUM SHOW PUSHED ALL THE BUTTONS
On November 17th Steely Dan preformed a selection of random stuff along with a flawless execution of the Aja Album. The band was as expected, musically tight, and locked in on an expanded rifts and highlights which all previous viewers have encountered over the years. The musicianship and presentation were top notch as the presented list of greatest hits. Donald Fagen’s performance and vocal were spot on along with great solo’s from: Keith Carlock on drums; Jon Herington & Connor Kennedy, guitar; Walt Weiskopf and Roger Rosenberg, saxes; Michael Leonhart, trumpet; Jim Pugh, trombone; and vocalists Carolyn Leonhart, Catherine Russell, LaTanya Hall and Cindy Mizelle. We enjoyed this show tremendously. Great catalog along with great performance.
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