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Three Dog Night Reviews

Indie & RockConcerts

Average customer review: 3.5 star rating (3.7 Stars)

Number of reviews: 21

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3.0 star rating Dave from Kansas City, MO.

AMERISTAR CASINO KANSAS CITY, MO

Was really looking forward to the show, grew up on their music. Some songs were good some weak. Danny Hutton sang very few songs. Maybe the mixing people was having a bad night. Maybe I was expecting to much, yeah I know they are not 30 years old anymore . You can't beat the set list, one hit after another. Yeah, I could still hear their music coming out of a transistor radio in 1970. Over all, I enjoyed the show.

2.0 star rating Sally Ride from Lake of the Ozarks

DEPRESSING

They can’t sing very well, they appear to forget lyrics, they seem frail… the songs don’t sound very good. And their stories about their spinal stenosis and hip replacements just remind you of their age and yours. I loved them in the old days. Now it’s better to listen to the original songs.

1.0 star rating Betsy McCarthy from Boston, Massachusetts

VERY POOR

The one original Three Dog Night member was pretty good, but the replacements were terrible.

1.0 star rating Tim from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

THREE DOG NIGHT PALACE THEATER 9 OCT 22

Terrible. The bass and keyboard drowned out the guitar that I heard in only three songs during the solos. The original guy lost his voice a few times. He's 80 years old with another geriatric singing partner. A young, dynamic cover band doing justice to the songs would have been much better. Skip this cash grab.

1.0 star rating Vikki from Denton MD

FREEMAN ARTS PAVILLION

Worst show ever. My husband and I left after the 3rd song. Don't waste your money. We were so disappointed!!!

1.0 star rating NRG from St. Louis

GO TO DINNER

Wait for the cover band. Vocals horrible. Musicians - fair. This would have been a good show in a small club w a $10 cover charge. Not prime time high end venue entertainment. Good set of music. Sad performance. Retire!

1.0 star rating Chuck from Columbus, Ohio

TIME TO RETIRE

None of the vocalists could cover the higher-range Chuck Negron vocals. Keyboard player was very talented but chose a Farfisa organ sound instead of the trademark Jimmy Greenspoon Hammond B3 with Leslie. Original lead player Michael Allsop typically played signature riffs rather than chords letting the keyboards fill the gaps. Admittedly hard to replicate, but a big part of the Three Dog Night sound, and sorely missed.

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