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Three Dog Night Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.5 star rating (3.7 Stars)

Number of reviews: 21



5.0 star rating Sue from Boise, Idaho


Awesome. I forgot how many great songs they’ve had over the years. I also enjoyed the small venue of the Egyptian Theater in Boise, ID

5.0 star rating Pam from Lebanon Pennsylvania


One of the best concerts ever!!! If you get a chance go see them!!!!!

5.0 star rating Scott Kaufmann from Kansas City, Missouri


Stellar show. Vocals were outstanding and they played all of their best songs. Danny Hutton, lead singer, said, "Other bands will play their 'deep tracks.' We had 21 top 40 hits in a row. We'll play deep hits." Very well executed, and what do you know, they really seemed to enjoy playing after a half century together. The whole crowd gave them a well deserved standing O.

5.0 star rating James M. from Huntsville, Alabama


All the great songs I remember growing up. Vocals were outstanding...especially the new "Prayer For The Children". Amazing hearing a Hammond organ regardless of the genre. Interaction with the audience really made the show for me. Stories behind the songs are always a great part of the presentation. There was a minor sound issue but did not detract from the experience at all. Dont remember his name but one of the founding members was out there giving all he could despite hip surgery and another injury recently...a true performer. Cant wait to see them again soon

5.0 star rating Patty Castellon from Dallas, Texas


Great songs! Awesome show! Their voices were spectacular!

5.0 star rating Jeffrey Fried from Atlanta, Georgia


Amazing how many hits they had. Brings back good memories for those of us who are boomers. Amazing drummer and keyboard player. High energy performance.

5.0 star rating Patricia Hopes from Omaha, Nebraska


I sang along with every song they sang. I knew every word to every song except the new one about the children. Excellent musicians. One of the top two concerts I’ve ever seen. Highly recommend seeing again.

5.0 star rating Charles Tokarek from Jacksonville, Florida


Leader Danny Hutton has put together a great band, including his sons on drums and Bass. Paul Kingery is outstanding on vocals and lead guitar. The arena sound and Danny's voice were excellent. The set list was top notch. An overall impressive performance.

5.0 star rating Pam Lovvorn from Navarre, FL

10+ STARS!!

My sisters and I crossed two state lines to see them at the Ryman Auditorium February 3, 2024. WOW!! It sounded exactly like my album songs. They left out Nothing! I was completely blown away. The place was packed. I saw no empty seats. Thanks, 3DN, you are and always will be amazing. I listened to my CD all the home to Florida. I love you all.

5.0 star rating Patti from New York, New York


I'd read that because of not all original members, the reviews weren't up to snuff! BUT THIS SHOW WAS AMAZING! We saw the 3-8-24 date in Holland, Michigan. Outstanding set list including hit after hit, and a beautiful new song coming out on a new summer album! If you get a chance to see them, GO!

5.0 star rating Rick Bonura from Chapel Hill, NC


I read a lot a poor reviews on this band and felt that I was seeing an entirely different show when we went to see them last Saturday night in Durham, NC. They were a tight ensemble with fantastic bass, drums. guitar, and keyboard back up. The lead guitarist was exceptional plus he handled some of the lead vocals on a few songs and was right on target. I enjoyed the stories the members told during the performance and could not think of any song they had a hit with that was missing from the setlist. Carolina Theatre does not have the best acoustics but the overall sound was clear with each member coming through individually to add to the complete full band sound. My girlfriend told me she thought it was a great show and I have to agree. If they were ever in town again, I would go again because the show was that good. It brought back memories of my days as a teenager and if they were ever part of your growing up soundtrack, do yourself a favor and see this band if you have the chance.

5.0 star rating Robert Smith from Orange Park, Florida


Saw them in Orange Park (Jacksonville) and was pleasantly surprised. The show was great and the vocals were excellent as well. Really enjoyed hearing all my favorites from my days back in high school. I hope to see them again. It was a lot of fun.

4.0 star rating Tom from New York


Its a good show and the guys are talented even though theres only one original guy left. Ive seen most every configuration since the beginning including Chuck Negron as a solo and its always a decent show because the original material was so strong to start with. Its almost a tribute act now but they still sing their asses off.

3.0 star rating Norm from Auburn, California


We saw them at Harrah's South Lake Tahoe on 9/23/23. The performance was pretty good, but it started late and was over in less than an hour, no encore. We paid a premium price for the Tix and expected at least a 90 minute show. Disappointing!

3.0 star rating Dave from 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


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


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

1.0 star rating Tim from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


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


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


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


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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