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The band was great. The vocals were also great. Michael McDonald was off and pitchy. That’s too bad. I saw him as a solo performer in a smaller venue 2 years ago and he sounded great, but not last night.
Bill from Boston, Massachusetts
DOOBIES IN MANSFIELD MA 6/25/22
Waited two years I see the Doobs because of Covid .. thanks Covid . Well worth the wait . We saw the Doobies in 2019 at the New Orleans jazz fest and they were by far the best band there! We were t expecting much because they’re older but we were wrong.
Flash forward 6/25/22 Massachusetts. They came out a little after 8 and by the first song we knew they were going to be great. Yes they seemed a little loud but not distorted. They are a rock band after all. Michael Macdonald was a nice touch too . All the guys sang amazingly !! The band was tight !guitars were beautiful and the sax player blew the place apart. The doobs still got it!!
The one bad think is when you go to these shows the ratio of old to young is like 80/20
It’s disappointing to be told to sit down repeatedly and at one point some douche actually asked me to stop clapping to which I told him to FUCK OFF. He left
Brenda King from Atlanta, Georgia
GOOD TIME HAD BY ALL!
Loved the Doobie Brothers after a two year wait. Of course the audience was mostly middle age and older. This proved the older folks can rock. Mostly new stuff for the first half. This allowed people to get 'ready' as in their favorite alcoholic beverages were consumed. Then the songs everybody was waiting on started and people were up singing and dancing for the rest of the show! Michael McDonald's voice seemed to be a bit off, but it could have been the mixing.
Zahra Leone from San Diego, CA
SAN DIEGO, CA 9-30-22
Mostly a great rocking show that had a lot of people on their feet singing and dancing. But while Michael McDonald can still tickle the keyboards, I'm not sure about his singing. He was hitting the high notes, but his phrasing/timing was very late & he left words out. It was beyond distracting.
Don in Spokane from Spokane, Washington
DOOBIE BROTHERS SPOKANE
The sound mixing seemed off; much too harsh and, dare I say it, too loud. This harshness detracted from the evening. The band played for 2.5 hours; that was great. A mixture of old and new songs. Michael McDonald still can sing great.
Covid-wise; mask compliance was about 25% and no enforcement; if that worries you, probably should stay home. But why did the band ask the audience to sing along? That is a well-described way to start a super-spreader event. That is a disappointing oversite.
Tom from Seattle, Washington
I love the Doobie Brothers, but I was really disappointed with the sound mix. In particular, Michael McDonald's mic washed out horribly. The bassist and percussionist were hard to hear, too. And Michael McDonald was off on his vocal timing.
But the harmonies were tight, and the other vocals and musicians sounded great.
Dockmaster Michael Atilano from Marina Del Rey, California
BAND SOUNDED GREAT, CROWD NOT FESTIVE AND BORING
We had 3rd row tickets, because of the rain lawn crowd was allowed to fill empty seats. Shortly after the concert began the people around me became upset because I was dancing and by 'Dependin' On You', the 6th song in their set, we decided to leave. Crowd was atrocious and wanted to sit the entire time. Doobies sounded fantastic, too bad the crowd sucked
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