THEY KEPT THE CROWD IN OAMHA NEBRASKA JUMPING n SINGING WE CHANTED FOR MORE THEY OBLIGED US !!!!
WE WILL MISS THEM ONCE THEY RETIRE BUT LEAST WE CAN KEEP THEIR MUSIC GOING FOR EVER !!!! LUV YA GUYS !!!
BEFORE THE CONCERT my 6 year old Granddaughter !!
[8 of 10 customers found this review helpful]
Show was awesome and I caught brooks' hat!!!!!!!!
[4 of 5 customers found this review helpful]
Saw them at the Las Vegas Hilton Dec. 2009. Great seats, great music, crowd loved Kix and Ronnie. Wish they'd play just a little longer.
Great seats at the show!
Tags: Image of the venue/grounds
[8 of 13 customers found this review helpful]
I hate to say this.Ive been a die hard B&D fan and have seen them play many times. This was the worst show I have ever seen them put on. Kix looked very wasted and Ronnie looked like he just woke up. Kix faked playing the guitar all night. His was not on and I am sure he could not have played it. No warm up band and it was over in 1hr 20 minutes. I drove 4 hours(one way) to see them. I really would like my money back. Good thing I brought my B&D cds for the long trip back home.
Kix...Why would you do that to your fans. Many around me had the same feelings. I guess they forgot where they came from. Sad guys...really sad.
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