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I attended with three friends and we were very disappointed in the concert. Carrie Underwood is promoted as a County Singer but presents as a Rock Star. The volume was beyond extreme and we could not hear one word she sang, most disappointing. She has such a beautiful voice but it was lost in the overall noise.
Barb from Lincoln, Nebraska
So disappointing. The music was so loud so they turned her mic up and you could not understand a word she was singing. Carrie is so phenomenal, but this was awful. Everyone in the audience was complaining. This is what they do to a “has-been” and Carrie is certainly not that.
TW from Odessa Ontario
I thought Carrie was amazing!!! She has the most amazing voice and her personality vibrates in her music! She is a phenominal singer and puts her everything into every song. She had super opening performances. The ladies all were terrific. It was the best birthday gift and a great evening for me!! Thank you Carrie!!!
Terri Shives from San Diego, California
CARRIE UNDERWOOD CRY PRETTY TOUR
We love country western concerts and Carrie Underwood. Her team destroyed her music of what made her famous. The band and base was soooo loud, we could not hear Carrie think of being in a metal trash can. The opening bands were drowned out by speakers. The best part of the night was quiet acapella singing where the 3 joined together in tribute to the women of country music. Wow! All the voices were fantastic! Wish we could have heard that in their own music. Too much of a good thing: fireworks, fire columns, confetti, 3 floating stages, ... do we need all that? Missed hearing the beauty of these women and their vocal talent.
Cajundaddy from San Diego, California
WOW! A DAZZLING SPECTACLE!
Call me a Carrie Underwood fan. From the first time I heard her sing a duet with Vince Gill in Nashville I realized her incredible talent, drive, and connection with the music she performs with such grace and confidence. Last night proved she still has it and her voice and command of the stage is as good as ever.
The 360 stage was amazing and every member of the audience got a great view of the show. The lighting and special effects were spectacular.
The sound... Ugg. Over the last 10 years an arms race has developed where they lean heavily on 500kw of huge pulsing bass and drums to create "excitement". Ugg.
Last night was the worst I have seen where the bass and drums pummeled the audience all night to the point of obliterating most of the other instruments, all of the backing vocals, and over half of Carrie's extraordinary performance. This unfortunate trend might work in a Rap or Metal show but for Pop Country it is absurd and is driving fans away from live music.
Connie from Los Angeles, California
CARRIE UNDERWOOD WAS GOOD IN SPITE OF BAD SOUND
I have been to many concerts at Staples Center and many by Carrie Underwood. The bass was way to high and it was difficult to hear Carrie's words while trying to connect with the audience. You couldn't hear her voice over the band on many songs and it took a while to figure out what son it even was. Not sure who's to blame but it needs fixing!
John Hunter from Nashville, Tennessee
I love Carrie, but this was awful! I now have a splitting headache and two hours after the concert, my ears are still ringing. Just like the other reviews have stated, the bass shook Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. The band was way too loud so her mic was loud, and she just sounded shrill at times. The light show drove me crazy too. Maybe I’m too old for concerts, but my 32 year old daughter felt the same way. Very disappointed! I have attended great concerts in Bridgestone, so it was not the venue. Too bad Carrie doesn’t read her reviews and turn down the volume...
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