the man instantly lost any credibility the moment the words "climate change" came from his mouth
Instead of interviewing someone whose opinion is of little to no consequence. The reporter could have talked to the person who helped Amber Vinson. After all, according to the CDC, if they came within 3 feet of Amber Vinson, they are at risk.
Murdered his first wife? Probably. He had very strange behavior right after Mona died. Coverup of information, bad behavior! Much information not really considered by outsiders. Burned headboard...Possibly drugged daughter the night of death... Streamed three or more times carpet finally removed by cutting out a part of it.... these are not acts of an innocent man. Let Mona's family have peace and know that our God is just in His punishment to those who choose not to follow in His ways.
Don't you think that if someone was Sexually Abused by a parent, that they would show ERRATIC Behavior? Or would they just be "Happy Go Lucky" ... DAAAA!!! .... Quit blaming the child. She may very well be telling the truth. Remember, they said the SAME thing about the Self Righteous Jimmy Swaggert . That is until the TRUTH came out. and then it was BOO HOO and national TV.
So we're to believe that students of, former students, and family of all the other Ohio schools don't root for their school. No Kent fans? Akron, OU, Cincy, etc.? C'mon now, you're just being silly.
Not surprised. We tried to visit that location four times, and only one of those times were they open. No signage and lack of availability.
My only comment is that it was not impromptu dancing in the streets of the Theatre district, it was one of the many outdoor concerts on US Bank Plaza.
Surprised to not see even a little UC fans in cincy. Makes me think that this chart is flawed.
Jackson was indeed frustrated as was I. It was getting embarrassing actually. As the posts above stated, he was trying to make a point on more than one occasion and some people just don't get it. He sounded great, the band was terrific, the show was fantastic but those few in the crowd created tension. I kept thinking, "just go into the next song" but because of instrument changes, there was just enough time for some a**hole to yell something out.
Here's a thought next time...just go and enjoy the show because you missed a good one with your incessant chirping!
Well I think a few in the audience were to dense to get what he was saying. I was embarrassed he had to keep explaining himself. Love his old songs but wanted to hear the new as well. His voice is so strong and looks great for his age. Wow! He is a true ballad singer songwriter and tells stories to give the concert goer a window into his journey and a feel for how sometimes life just happens. The band was the best I have ever heard. There were at least 16 different guitars on different parts of stage along with a steel guitar, two pianos, drums and organ, amazing. Not common in this day and age. Best accompaniment I have ever heard. So great to get away from it all especially all this Ebola talk that has drowned out our city.
The reviewer is right. JB was frustrated along with the majority of the audience who were there to hear the music he had planned to play, not audience members shouting their own preferences at him while he was talking to us about the next song. His story about seeing Bob Dylan play was his not-so-subtle commentary on how the audience was virtually incidental to the artist. "When I hear a request, I play the opposite. So here's a song that someone requested last night..." "It's like a bad relationship, you all know what I mean, when someone tells you to do something you were going to do anyway..." If you missed his frustration, you were probably one of those on the wrong side of this discussion. It was, despite a few in the audience between songs, the best JB show I have ever seen. I wish I had a recording of it.
It only takes a few obnoxious people to interrupt the flow. Jackson Browne sounded wonderful. I'm so glad I went. He has taken great care of his throat and sings well. The band sounded great together and sharing leads.
J Mann is the most friendly rock star around. On October 9th in Destin, Florida I tried to get my 10 year old son into Mushroomheads Club L.A. show. Do to liquor license laws my son was unable to attend. J was nice enough to ask the owner if there was anyway possible. How nice to take time for a fan who wants his 10 year old to experience great music, performed by true professionals. Thanks for the autographed CD; my son cherishes it. Please keep playing shows until he turns 18.
My brother was at this show, fifth time seeing JB, and said it was the best Jackson Browne show he had ever seen. Sounds like the reviewer had a bad night.
I disagree with this review. Jackson took the requests in stride and accommodated whenever possible.
This is crazy!
OMG! It's 21+ NO KIDS! NO TEENS!
Great to see people walking, riding bikes and taking pubic transportation! Will not this tick off the auto-centric suburbanites who complain there is no place to park in DT?
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