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Doobie Brothers Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.5 star rating (3.4 Stars)

Number of reviews: 54



1.0 star rating Megan from Toronto, Ontario


The pacing of the songs was terrible. They saved their best songs for the encore, which I'm surprised they even got one given how boring the rest of the concert was. The audience wanted to be engaged and they did little to build any momentum. (The crowd went electric each time they were addressed or invited to sing - but only a couple times in a concert venue is not enough.) Every song is an opportunity to engage and build energy - opportunities they squandered. With the repertoire of songs they have, I wanted to be on my feet the whole concert. Everyone did. No one was. Several people left. Sound was sketchy in parts. Massively disappointing.

1.0 star rating Jamie from London Ontario


The sound for our long awaited london ontario concert was so bad that the person sitting beside me had her hands over her ears. People left before the encore. The worst sounding concert I have ever attended. $125.00 tickets and $10.00 beer and the venue could care less. Boo to budweiser gardens.

1.0 star rating from Toronto, Ontario


We have seen Michael McDonald many times over the years. His sound has always been flawless. Last year he was amazing at the Sony Centre. However, whoever was responsible for the sound mix at the London Concert should be fired. All the instruments were so loud that the voices were barely heard. Wor

1.0 star rating Laura from San Francisco, California


Flew in to see this concert with a friend. Planned and looked forward to this night for months. Couldn’t wait to sing and dance all night. I don’t understand how they wouldn’t know they need to play the hits. We left early after realizing it just wasn’t going to happen. Very dissatisfied.

1.0 star rating Ron from Hollywood, FL.


Just struggled through an hour and a half of a shadow of a band called Doobie Brothers. Louzy over all. Why didn’t Michael McDonald dump the rest of the band and sing his greatest hits as a Doobie? The front man tonight was in love with himself. Shit-show!

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