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Stephen Stills and Judy Collins Reviews

Average customer review: 2.5 star rating (2.6 Stars)

Number of reviews: 8



4.0 star rating Bob from Ballston Lake. NY


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!

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4.0 star rating MargefromTN from Nashville, Tennessee


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.

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3.0 star rating Wayne Everett from Sacramento, CA @ The Silver Legacy Grand Ballroom.


We sat in the first row of the riser section, maybe 21 B. Great view with no blockage. Opener Kenny Whites was great with the a udience! Worth a listen For Sure. Stills I have been a fan of since the Springfield days and we were somewhat disappointed. His guitar work is not up to his level. His voice was very hard to understand and his timing was not good. The band sounded unpracticed and unrehersed. It seemed kind of last minute, like they had never played with Stills. Or Stills couldn't keep up. Or age, something that affects us all. Judy was just Exactly what I expected and only hoped for; Elegant , beautiful and that voice so sweet and high ! We would like to see Miss Collins again but we'd like to see her alone.

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3.0 star rating CinRedMan from Dayton, Ohio


Judy was...well Judy. She can still sing and play. Her vocals carried the group through the entire set. Stephen was NOT all. His timing was poor and his play sloppy. I'm really hoping he was feeling under the weather. Otherwise, Stills has lost his mojo...

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3.0 star rating Eric Schulman from Avon, Connecticut


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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2.0 star rating Joe Z from Albany, New York


I 've been a livelong fan of both, and have been to Tanglewood often as it's close to home. In short: this was the worst show I've ever seen there! With good seats in the shed, we had to endure terrible harmonies, and Stills' often unintelligible ramblings. The keyboard player overpowered Stills' singing, which may have been by design, as his voiced sounded awful. Judy's voice was wonderful, even though her enthusiasm seemed quite low. And their chemistry seemed very forced. Throughout the 1 1/2 hr show, we watched a steady stream of patrons leave early.

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1.0 star rating Frank Guglielmino from Connecticut


The opening act was very good and professional. That cannot be said for Stills and Collins. Collins forgot to put her capo on her guitar on the 2nd song of the act. They had to stop and re-start "In The Morning" . We can forgive that, but not the horrible vocals, the clear lack of rehearsal and the tired stories of meeting 50 years ago. The tickets were 100 dollars in the shed at Tanglewood. We left after 4 songs, disappointed and feeling as though we got ripped off. The bar was set VERY low for this performance. These are two fairly elderly performers, But to go on stage and play in such a fashion is not acceptable. Songs that we might recognize were horribly re-orchestrated" to such a degree that we really had to dig deep to find any semblance of the original. Stills garbled when he spoke and was even worse when he sang. Collins' vocals were acceptable , but did not blend with stills. A very sad way to end two great careers. The bar was not met, but they "jumped the shark".

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