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We waited a long time to see Bonnie Raitt and she did not disappoint. We could have listened a lot longer to her. Effortless and entertaining!! Thank you To her and her band!!
Marvin Smith from Memphis, Tennessee
BONNIE RAITT IS MUSIC AND THEATRICAL ROYALTY
I love Ms. Raitt's music. She comes by it naturally. Her father was John Raitt who originated the male leading role of Billy Bigelow in "Carousel". He also did "Pajama Game" on Broadway and the movie version with Doris Day. I look forward to seeing Ms. Raitt and would not hesitate to recommend her show for entertainment for the whole family.
Joanne Foren from Memphis, Tennessee
Bonnie Riatt is a extremely talented and gifted singer/songwriter/musician. Special thanks to her and her wonderful band for a wonderful evening!
Katrina W from Hendersonville, Tennessee
NOT ENOUGH WORDS
There are just not enough words to describe Bonnie Raitt’s performance at the Ryman last night so I will just go with “joyous.” It was as intimate as it could have been in that venue and the crowd loved her as hard as she loved them. The band was letter perfect and Lucinda Williams, though clearly still in physical recovery, gave a powerful, rich performance. I am still riding on the natural high from so much talent, effort, and pure. Love.
Debra Sizemore from Clemmons,NC
SOME THINGS TRANSCEND!
Bonnie was luminous and gifted, and she knows how to spread her gifts. Most of the audience were baby boomers-as I have said, we have lived through turbulent times but we have had great background music!
She made me feel younger, wiser , more hopeful than I have in many moons. She has transcended all life’ s heartbreaks and created beauty with a beat. We loved every moment of this concert!
Venue was great! Sound was amazing!
William Cunningham from Prince William County, Virginia
VIBRANT AND FRESH
Bonnie Raitt's and the band were a great show on Saturday night at Wolf Trap. Her voice was strong and her guitar playing was commanding. She interacted with he crowd and spoke often of her appreciation of the venue and the privilege of performing to the crowd. Her generosity to the band was fantastic. She can't do this without them. Her new songs were scattered throughout the show and the classics sounded fresh after such a long layoff from touring. This was my 4th Bonnie Raitt concert and she didn't miss a beat!
Jacquie from Boston, Massachusetts
BEST I’VE EVER SEEN- AND I’VE SEEN A FEW.
Listening to Lucinda Williams and then Bonnie Raitt cold rainy June 18 night made me forget the rotten weather. Perhaps the best show I have ever seen.
Both bans awesome, both women, inspiring. I loved every second. And the sound at Tanglewood - magical.
Brad from New York, New York
She was unbelievable. Great energy and voice. Sexiest woman alive
Barry Shannahan from Macomb, Michigan
MAGICAL MEADOWBROOK AND BONNIE
The accolades espoused around this incredible performer over the years are well-earned and she knocked it out of the park again last night on a sultry summer Friday evening! Voice absolutely solid; slide playing otherworldly! Band was tight———sounded as though they were twice as many!
Mick Settles from St. Louis, Missouri
SO GLAD WE MADE THIS SHOW
Too many times I've said "I wish I would have gone to that" so glad we made this, Bonnie Raitt is a legitimate person giving us a piece of her legitimate talent. Took us in and out of our times ups and downs with lyrics of relatable experience. Thank You for bringing I'm not alone when I felt I was in it all alone.
It was an experience that all ages could find moving.
RonO from Dallas, Texas
BONNIE RAITT DELIVERS A MASTER CLASS
It was great to see Bonnie Raitt in concert after an absence due to the COVID epidemic. Her time off provided her with some reflection and give her more inspiration in her music, which was evident last night at her Dallas area concert. Her band show great musicianship in backing her up. Ms. Raitt played many of her hits along with other great tuns from the blues & rock genres. All and all, a terrific night of music.
Karlua Giguere from Fort Lauderdale, Florida
BONNIE RAITT :CHECK THAT ON THE BUCKET LIST
I have been wanting to see Bonnie Raitt in concert for a long time and was especially pleased to see many others like me. The concert appeared to be sold old out. I loved how she talked to the audience between songs...very funny, engaging and a hellava musician. My favorite song she sang was John Prine's 'Angel From Montgomery.'
Karen Hart from Los Angeles, California
BONNIE'S LIKE BUTTAH!
Her voice was like velvet! Velvet butter! At 73, she just gets better with age like a fine wine. What a class act!
Cindy Morales from Kansas City, Missouri
Great show but the threat she will walk off stage if she sees anybody smoking was little excessive. Maybe the venue should have posted that on tickets . posted no phone or pictures or videos but nothing about smoking. Goid way to piss off folks. I'll check from now on
Rebecca from Washington, District of Columbia
WOLF TRAP DOESN'T ALLOW DANCING?
My college age daughter and I went to see Bonnie Raitt on Friday night at Wolf Trap. My favorite interaction between the audience and performers was when an ear deafening cheer when out after Lucinda Williams told the crowd she'd experienced a stroke last year. Amazing and hopeful after 2 years of pandemic-isolation. What was not fun was being told to go back to the lawn while dancing (very discreetly) with my daughter far to the right side of the venue. Apparently Wolf Trap has designated a 16 inch strip of sidewalk (no kidding there is a line drawn on the pavement) for large crowd on the lawn to dance when the music moves them! Wow. I remember great dancing at wolf trap. What we need to heal after the pandemic is art, performance and interaction. Wolf trap rules, or perhaps just one out of control volunteer in a cowboy hat, it working against it. We left with a really lousy feeling after a fabulous performance by Bonnie and Lucinda. tickets should say, no dancing for transparency.
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