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The Gilmour Project Reviews

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Average customer review: 2.0 star rating (2.0 Stars)

Number of reviews: 6

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4.0 star rating Jim Carr from Providence, Rhode Island

LIVE AT THE STRAND

Fantastic show. Songs from the Albums that matter. "Dark Side of the Moon", "Wish you were here" and incredibly "Animals". Other gems mixed in. Highly recommended for any Pink Floyd purists.

3.0 star rating Sandy from Detroit, Michigan

SINGING WASN’T GOOD

the concert was a bit disappointing. The guitar playing was great. Loved the drum solo and the keyboard player. I expected to hear more songs from David Gilmours solo albums. Don’t understand why the song Gloria was included??

2.0 star rating Mark from New York, New York

GILMOUR PROJECT DISAPPOINTED

4 stars out of 10 On several of the songs, it was 30 seconds to a min before I recognized what song they were playing. Better than a street band, but not good enough to pay money for. Not exactly Gilmour but then again, who is.

1.0 star rating Scott Davis from Mesa, AZ

NOT GOOD

Saw the Phoenix show on 2/4. Many songs are nearly unrecognizable. Vocals way too loud. Guitars out of sync with drums. How long have these guy's played together? They need way more practice as a group before setting out on this tour. Kids in a garage could have done as well. Shameful really.

1.0 star rating Russ from Providence, RI

LOUD AT THE STRAND

The lead guitarist playing was just over the top self-indulgent. Weird, disjointed transitions between songs. Second guitarist and bass were ok. Painfully loud sound. I love loud music and have been seeing shows for 30 years and this was the loudest most ear piercing thing I’ve ever heard. Their sound guy must not have a clue. Listened to the start of the 2nd set from the lobby to protect my hearing and then split early

1.0 star rating from New York, New York

GILMOUR PROJECT IS TOTAL SCAM

5 super old guys who belonged in a garage!!! Not on a stage. That concert should have been free for a senior citizen group. They made up the solos... took turns signing songs. I walked out on 4th song. Absolute joke and they should be sued for the way its advertised. I was very upset. Do not go to this trash show. Oh and the David Gilmour song they were playing when I was walking out... was being played twice as fast as it should have been. When they played have a cigar... omg horrible... if ya can't sing, don't sell tickets to a show. Total scam!!! You'll know u got scammed when u hear the shine on u crazy diamond butchering to open the show

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