Viva Pink Martini from Anchorage, Alaska
PINK MARTINI IS WELCOMED IN AK
Pink Martini was fabulous ! They keep t the crowd going wild and singing along and yes dancing! I will never forget it and can’t wait for them to return again and again.
from Anchorage, Alaska
DISTRACTING AND TIRED
I don’t go to a music performance of this caliber to watch audience members covering the stage doing as they pleased. Also, this was 90%the same set as they did the last time to anchorage, geez, learn some new material, besides singing happy birthday twice to the same person. I’ll skip them next time.
Patrick from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania . Glenside
PINK MARTINI AT KESWICK GLENSIDE PA
Saw Pink Martini 2 years here and loved the show!!! we were excited to see them again. BUT.... last night???? disappointed in the show last night. more talking than performing. didn't like the audience members dancing behind the band, very distracting. band seemed bored with their show and almost said as much. the Helen Reddy bit "I Am Woman" was bad, didn't understand Thomas or what he was talking about most of the time. also didn't like them pitching their goods that were available for purchase in the lobby. took 2 friends telling how great the show was going to be . all not impressed and probably won't see them again. sad to say
from New Haven, Connecticut
LOVE THEIR MUSIC BUT DISAPPOINTED WITH THE SHOW
We have enjoyed the music of Pink Martini for quite sometime and when we saw they would be performing LIVE at the Shubert in New Haven we jumped at the opportunity to get tickets. But sadly we were disappointed with their performance and would most likely not go see them again. Wish they sang more and talked less. It was difficult to understand Thomas' chatter and we didn't appreciate the constant pitch of their political views. They should have played more of their "classic" songs, the ones that made them famous. Not a tribute to Helen Reddy "I Am Woman" and Dolly Parton's "9 to 5"! Really??! Come'on people... not at these prices. China Forbes seemed bored and they gave too much attention and song time to their guest "Ari Sapiro" from NPR. On a positive note, the musicians in the band were phenomenal.
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