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We saw Ray last night at the Queen Elizabeth theatre in Vancouver bc.
It was a great night, Ray was humble, soft spoken almost shy.
His songs were out it there with only three musicians on stage. Really good Ray!
The crowd seems to want to scream out their live of him at awkward moments. Seems they wanted to hear themselves in the show.
Weird crowd behaviour to try to catch the limelight instead on just being part of the audience.
Nancy from Minneapolis, Minnesota
LOVE RAY’S MUSIC
I really liked the venue at State Theater for the
performance. It was perfect with just Ray and
his awesome back up singer. Unfortunately
some of the audience didn’t get the difference
and acted like it was in a huge auditorium -
rude talking, in and out of seats, yelling for him
to play Jolene after he said several times that
he would, ugh!
enjoyed the mix of old and new music, as well
as mixing in some harmonica. Ray interacted
very little with the audience and when he did it
was a dry witty humor that we couldn’t hear
well. Disappointing, sound crew should’ve
I wasn’t a fan of the opening act but my young
adult granddaughter liked her. I didn’t think he
needed an opening act in that venue.
We didn’t buy seats right away so ended up
about 20 rows back and way to the side but
sound was still okay although he pointed
himself slightly to the other side of stage and
never really moved much.
Overall, I enjoyed Ray’s soulful music and lay
Tom from New Haven, Connecticut
Ray is amazing. Dude is a wonderful talent.
Would have been 5 stars if the opening act
was decent, but she set a poor tone to start
Bryan T from St. Louis, Missouri
TO ENJOY RAY NEED TO COME RIGHT EXPECTATIONS-PEABODYSTL
Artists come with different personalities. We buy albums, songs,
tickets based on the final work of art not who the person is. If u come
wanting an entertainer, you’re not going to get it with Ray. U will enjoy
the performance from the band, his voice, but not how he interacts
with the crowd. I personally have not followed his latest work, & was
disappointed not to hear his older classics like everyone else, however
still enjoyed the performance. I can understand the crowds
disappointment, people pay a decent amt of $ & want to hear songs
they know. However, if u go just to see & enjoy the performance the
band brings versus focusing on your “requirements” you’ll likely enjoy
your evening more
Jason from Dallas, Texas
Went to the show at the Fair Park Music Hall. Venue is top notch and the sound was some of the best I've ever heard. Ray's voice was identical to what his records sound like, which is a high compliment. So many artists are so digitally altered it's almost shocking to hear something so pure and unadulterated. There was only Ray and another musician on stage, which gave the night a very sparse, ethereal air. It was unexpected but very enjoyable. My only minor quibble was that I would have liked to have seen some songs with a full band. Other than that, for my first time seeing him, I was impressed and look forward to seeing him again. Great show!
Roo from Denver, Colorado
RAY, OUR ATTENTION SPANS HAVE CHANGED
Dear Ray: I doubt that you read reviews, and I think that's awesome for you as an
artist. I have a suggestion, though, for you as a performer. Try to think of the bulk of
today's concert goers as overgrown toddlers who need constant stimulus (audience
interaction, movement on the stage, a hit or two, dance-able beats, ear-splitting
volume, looking up from under the hat), or they will get bored and act out by yelling
over you and playing with toys at inappropriate times. To wit: lots of your fans paying
way more attention to each other and their phones than to you. In turn, the ones
actually trying to listen to your new stuff, digging it or not- the non-hits, the
slllllowwww quiet stuff, the lengthy Floyd-tribute jams complete with groovy zoomy
camera shot of your guitarist's swingin' hairdo- will get frustrated. Either with the
puzzling performance choices or with their seatmates. That's kind of how the crowd
at your Red Rocks show felt. Bored and frustrated, and needing a nap.
James S. from League City, Tx.
I have been a fan of Ray's music for years and was looking forward to his concert at the Smart Financial Centre in Sugarland (a great venue, by the way), however, I must say I left his concert feeling disappointed. Ray did not play the songs that made me fall in love with his music. Songs like "For the Summer", "Winter Birds", "Be Here Now", Beg Steal or Borrow", Gossip in the Grain" were no where to be heard. Ray seemed intent on playing rock 'n roll and chose to ignore his great ballads. I like rock as much as the next person (my wife and I were fortunate enough to get to see Tom Petty on his last tour before he passed away) but come on Ray, throw in a few of your fans favorites.
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