Mark from Cedar Falls, Iowa
10-4 We saw her in Cedar Falls Iowa at the Gallagher Bluedorn, which has good acoustics and sight lines (not a bad seat in the house). It’s maybe our fourth Emmylou concert, starting in late 70s. Love her to death, but the song selection seemed to favor her later recordings and were a bit of a downer. I think it contributed to a low energy dynamic between the audience and musicians. On balance, I thought the audience was stingy with applause at the start, but the song choices did little to lighten mood or inspire enthusiastic toe tapping. Emmy and her band are accomplished and compelling- I think we all teared up several times- Just were hoping for a little heavier sprinkling of fun, familiar tunes.
Srf from Austin, Texas
DISAPPOINTED IN THE SOUND QUALITY
It was fun to be there, but the songs sounded garbled—hard to understand. Definitely diminished the experience. We were in row J.
Dixie from Joplin, Missouri
Mostly sad ballads. No upbeat bluegrass . Never heard most songs. Yardley Hall is a beautiful venue though! Would go back for another concert!
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