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H Barrero from New York, New York
Bad , cold, distant, monotonous. The legend is on, the singer is out. Very disappointment. He was a shadow walking of a dessert. He was lost. The best, the beautiful Beacon Building. Glorious space of beauty"
Tracy from ROckville Centre, New York
A LEGEND THAT NO LONGER ENTERTAINS 12/3/19
Dylan sings , (mumbles) to please himself. So excited to hear him perform at the majestic Beacon theatre. The theatre outshined the performer! I recognized one song out of 18. He sings NOTHING to please his fans. Not one oldie but great. Could have been a great night with just his band. So truly disappointing. He’s a legend who sang like a nobody. He can still play the harmonica with feeling!
from New York, New York
DYLAN BEACON DEC 5TH
Terrible. The most disappointing concert I've seen. He butchered his songs; Dylan's "singing" was inaudible. He has a very strong supporting band that was clear constrained and restrained due to Dylan. He had no stage presence. A complete waste of money.
Steve Mencik from Gambrills, Maryland
IT IS PAST TIME FOR BOB TO RETIRE
UMBC Event Center Nov. 2019. Bob's singing has always been suspect. Now it is just awful. Almost indecipherable. No interaction with the crowd whatsoever. A couple of times it look like he was about to fall over. His setlist had mostly songs only a very dedicated Dylan fan would recognize. The few tunes that were among his better known were arranged so differently, you'd hardly recognize them. Honestly, this is the worst concert I have ever been to for any artist. I was truly disappointed. It certainly was not worth the money and fighting the traffic at UMBC.
Brenda from Knoxville, Tennessee
My husband loved and admired Bob Dylan. He passed away on November 10, 2020. So, I thought it would be fitting to attend his concert in Knoxville on November 10th, which also happened to be my birthday. I was so very disappointed. I couldn’t understand a word he was singing, the band was playing over him. The arrangements made the songs unrecognizable. I wanted to see Dylan play the guitar and the harp. I left after 6 songs. What a disappointment, he needs to give it up.
Anna from Willow Street, Pennsylvania
My husband was anxious to see Bob Dylan. He knew we'd never have another chance. Sad to say that this is the most we ever spent on a concert and the only one that ever disappointed us. This was also the first time we left a concert early. We expected him to sing a few of his old hits like "Blowing in the Wind". It was all blues songs; hard to understand him; no audience connection. Give us the reasonably priced ticket s at Lancaster's American Music Theater and the great classic rock bands they get!
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