Stephen Stills and Judy Collins Reviews
Lars from Vancouver, British Columbia
Yes ... two legends in concert ... but Stills no longer "has it" and brought down the entire performance. Judy is still amazing, but she really needs to rethink this partnership. I left the theatre feeling sorry for a once-great performer who just doesn't know when his time is up. I'd go and see Judy solo any day!
Kate Hayden from Syracuse, New York
LIVING LEGENDS, STILLS AND COLLINS
The performance at the Tangelwood Music Center was memorable to say the least. Stephen Stills and Judy Collins gave us a night to remember. They seemed so happy to be there, the air was filled with the energy of the 60's and of times gone bye. Made us remember how our own lives had been marked by that music and what it stood for. Many thanks for the memories.
from Boston, Massachusetts
I am not a music critic, just an old tine fan of CSN. Some of the critics were right but my expectations were met. I never got the chance to see either one live before so this was special. Glad they played some old stuff from each career and band. Loved it. WhY would anyone walk?
Ellejay from Boston, Massachusetts
Stills is a great composer, guitarist and soulful singer; Judy Collins is a great musician in fine voice. They delivered a good show, performing mostly songs from their CD, "Everybody Knows". They weren't studio perfect, and I wasn't expecting that. I hoped to hear "Southern Cross" from Stills and "Two Sides Now" from Collins--and heartily enjoyed hearing both--as did our audience, who didn't need any prodding from the stage to join in on :Long May You Run" and "For What It's Worth", The Lynn Auditorium acoustics were great; stadium seating visibility very good. Their backup band enhanced and underscored the vocals. I'm thinking if you're after a good time and want to see and hear two living legends sing the songs they wrote and/or made great, you shouldn't miss this tour. If you insist on absolute perfection, stay home with your playlists/CDs.
Bob from Ballston Lake. NY
STILLS AND COLLINS
Opener Kenny White was really good and entertaining. Venue was awesome. Weather was perfect. Judy and Steven were good but so historically significant that it was just fun to be with them. They obviously love what they do. They are not 25 anymore, but still brought plenty of passion. Thank you!
MargefromTN from Nashville, Tennessee
DID WE SEE THE SAME SHOW?
We enjoyed Stephen Stills immensely. I thought Judy was having an off night, but what do I know. Judy's version of Maria is so appropriate given what is happening in our country this week. And Stills did a KILLER job on "For what it's worth" was amazing. The Ryman is my favorite venue.
Eric Schulman from Avon, Connecticut
A BIT ROUGH AROUND THE EDGES AND MORE
It was an interesting concert, and not necessarily in a good way. Our seats were in the Shed, section 6. The site lines were challenging, but we learned to live with it. I wasn't a huge fan of Judy Collins, but she was magnificent and in fine voice for a 79 year old. I've always been a fan of Stephen Stills, but he has seen better days (haven't we all, I guess). They seemed more than a bit out of sync initially, arrangements were weird, and their voices don't really compliment each other - hers sparkling and clear, his quite rough. She's obviously taken good care of herself over the years, Stephen not so much. He seemed hobbled physically, but his guitar playing was OK, under the circumstances. It was abundantly clear that they hadn't rehearsed very much, as the timing between Stills, Collins, and the rest of the band was way off at times. Quite disappointed at the truncated version of "Judy Blue Eyes" for their encore - a terrible way to end the concert. Oh well.
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