Charlie Puth Reviews
Hana M. from Kansas City, Missouri
BEST LIVE PERFORMER I'VE SEEN SO FAR
Don't you hate it when you go to a concert and the artist either lip syncs or sounds nothing like they do on their album? That is not the case with Charlie Puth! In fact I believe he sounds better in person than on his album. If you are thinking about going to see Charlie on his upcoming tour dates DO IT, YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED.
Matt from New York, New York
CONSUMMATE MUSICIAN WITH A GLORIOUS FUTURE AHEAD OF HIM
What can one say about Charlie Puth? Anybody who has his jazz chops on keyboards, and who can blend elements of jazz, classical, pop, and R&B into a fabulous concert and who could so entertain an audience that consisted of kids, their parents, and independent adults between the ages of 30 and 80, has it going on! He exudes joy and honesty in his music. and on stage. He thanked folks who came all the way from Europe to see him in NYC and added: "I hope I don't suck." He didn't suck. He enchanted. I hope to live to see him ten years from now, because anybody with this talent has the potential for an absolutely glorious and creative future. Which means: a glorious future ahead for the fans of this consummate musician. It was especially poignant that he grew up in the Tri-state area, and that he expressed awe of Radio City. The audience was awestruck by him. I'm lucky to have seen him on his first solo tour; he's entertaining and educating us on music's universality! Go Charlie!
Kim Browning from Rochester, NY
GREAT CONCERT -TRYING TO SEE HIM AGAIN ON T HIS TOUR
Where to begin? The man’s voice is amazing and you feel his soul with every song. Been following Charlie since his early You Tube days. Love his music and love him even more seeing him live. Don’t ,miss this tour when it comes close to you. I drove 5 hours to see him and am ready to do it again!
Susan S. from Dallas, Texas
NEEDS MORE CONCERT EXPERIENCE
I'm not going to argue he's a great musician, but saw his concert last night and it came across very amateurish. From wearing his keyboard and jamming on it (felt like I was watching Ross from "Friends"), to performing half the concert with his shirt off to not being able to keep his hands out of his hair, to holding every note out for 20 seconds to prove he could do it, it seemed to highlight his sex appeal not his talent. Maybe because recently I've seen Sam Smith, Justin Timberlake, and Adele in concert my standards are a little high, but it reminded me of when we saw Taylor Swift as a warm up to Rascal Flatts years ago. It was more about her flipping her hair than anything else. Typically I go to a concert and love the music all the more. This time all I could think was listening to his music through my sound system was much better.
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