Lyle Lovett & His Large Band Reviews
Warren from St. Louis, Missouri
STIFEL THEATER CONCERT 9/1/18
Excellent concert! I'm trying to find the song Lyle sang with Keith Sewell and Luke Bulla after Guy Clark's "Anyhow I Love You" ... it was about the Twelfth of June (??????) Thanks
Jimmy Seed from Houston, Texas
HOUSTON GEM SHINES
Again Lyle Lovett and his Large Band delivered a night of musical poetry. The 14 member ensemble meshed with Lovett's Texan original style to delight an ever grateful audience. Clearly this folk singer is a National Treasure.
Jan Withee from Los Angeles, California
We saw Lyle Lovett and his Large Band last night at the Cerritos Center for Performing Arts in Cerritos, CA last night. What a versatile, excellent two and a half hour show it was! Fourteen different musicians, diverse songs, heart-felt and funny revelations; Lyle delivers big time! If you get the opportunity to see the band, don't hesitate. Even though we're not followers, his excellence as a performer and all-inclusive support of his highly talented fellow musicians make him a bluegrass legend!
Steve from Chicago, Illinois
LYLE AND HIS BAND DELIVERS AGAIN
Amazing show once again! I've seen lyle a half dozen times both with his large band and his acoustic shows with john hiatt and have never been disappointed. Nobody can cover so many different genres of music, and cover them so well, as lyle and his band does. His band are all top musicians and with lyle leading the way, the music they deliver is top shelf! Thanks to lyle and the band for another great evening of music.
Roger Cook from Berea, Kentucky
Saw/Heard Lyle and his Large Band perform at the 2010 World Equestrian Games and enjoyed it more than any other concert I'd attended in a long time. It's impossible to pin down just what musical genre to describe his talented original performance style other than totally entertaining. So glad to see he's coming back to Lexington and the Opera House should be a fantastic venue for a more intimate show. Can't wait!!!
Stan from Charlotte, North Carolina
LOVETT/KEEN OCTOBER 25 '18 KNIGHT'S THEATER
I'm surprised not to see even a word mentioned about the above concert anywhere in the Charlotte media. It was a wonderful night in front of what appeared to be a full house. None other than Kyle Petty showed up to play an original song entitled "Whatever Happened to the TV Cowboys" (or something like that). He has a smooth, rich voice, James Taylor with a little more twang. REK brought the house down with "Merry Christmas from the Family," and he gave credit to local radio jocks John Boy and Billy for the fame of that song. He later played my personal favorite, "I'm Coming Home," with Lyle on guitar and vocal harmonies. I'm impressed with REK for just stepping onto the stage with LL, who is one of the most accomplished musicians in the world. LL had a number of crowd pleasers but the best was probably "If I Had A Boat." And they gave us a 2.5 hour show! Talk about bang for the buck! If you get a chance and are a fan of this genre, don't miss them when they come your way.
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