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Regarding Michael Bublé’s show last night (July 9, 2019) at the Staples Center in Los Angeles:
Michael’s singing and song choices were great. Not sure how many songs he sang in the two hours he was on stage but he spent quite a bit of time talking to the audience probably in an effort to limit the strain on his voice that comes with so many back-to-back tour dates. As a professional singer/entertainer myself, I know how much strain just singing once a week is for me. I can’t imagine singing those songs 5 – 6 nights a week. So it makes sense he would do whatever he can to limit damage to his voice.
What I didn’t like was the acoustics at the Staples Center. There was so much echo that it was very difficult to understand his spoken words. And it really detracted from the music and the overall joy of the show. It might be a great venue for basketball and hockey games, but I definitely cannot recommend going there for musical entertainment. Next time, I'll wait for a smaller venue.
Darla from Sacramento, California
Saw his show in Sacramento, Ca 7/10/19. My daughter brought tickets fir ger mom & dad. We had a GREAT evebibg. Loved the whole concert to a full house at the Golden 1 center. Definitely would go again. Love to hang with cuz he's hyst a real nice guy. Just enjoyed so much.
Bill Krawczyk from Tulsa, Oklahoma
SOUND SYSTEM SUCKED
My wife and I attended the concert in the BOK Center on Sunday evening. We very much enjoyed MB and his orchestra. However, in our opinion, the sound system did not do his voice and music justice. We sat in Row J of Section 314 and had a really good view of the stage and walkway. At that location, the sound was distorted, “tinny” and too loud.
B. McKenzie from Tampa, Florida
MICHAEL BUBLE IN TAMPA'S AMALIE ARENA
We absolutely love Michael Buble, but Amalie Arena did not do him justice as a singer with orchestra. We did have excellent, expensive seats on the first level above ground level. The acoustics were terrible especially for an orchestra and his lyrics, especially for new songs, were lost in the blare and noise of the arena, which is truly meant for hockey. He even joked about it not being a very intimate setting and playing in a hockey arena. His current stage sets are huge and gorgeous and would not fit into a concert theater venue. Also the crowd was enormous and only the arena would accommodate it in Tampa. We were disappointed and it was our first time to see Michael Buble live in concert. We would love to see him in another city with a more intimate theater venue.
Mmp from Worcester, Massachusetts
SOMETHING SEEMED OFF!
This was my third time seeing MB. This just seemed a bit off. The sound seemed off at times. Not a clear, clean sound...and at times pitch seemed off.
Such a handsome guy, but he should edit the green suit from his wardrobe! Maybe a ritual burning would be a good idea...nobody needs that garment!
What I loved... he is so in touch with his audience, sincere positive messaging throughout, he is a great guy with a beautiful voice. Last night was just not his best🙁
Jamie W from Dallas, Texas
TOO MUCH TALKING, AND OFF-COLOR COMMENTS
His voice is amazing, as always. But his jokes about obesity and old people were inappropriate, as was the unnecessary use of cuss words. I must sound like a prude, but I’m not, just his commentary, words, and actions did not fit his music and songs.
The set was great, the musicians were fantastic, and MB is a great singer. My opinion, stick to what I ou are good at!
Not a Fan from Portland, Oregon
MICHAEL BUBLE AT THE MODA CENTER
Thank goodness there was overpriced alcohol to "Help me make it through the Night" From his very first note I just wanted to go "Home" His voice combined with dreadful acoustics didn't leave me "Feeling Good" So I just tried to "Close my Eyes" and dream that "It's a beautiful Day" I'm sure he's very capable of singing some wonderful, enjoyable songs I just "Haven't Heard them Yet" I can't be the only one? Is there "Nobody but Me" that feels the this way.
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