Myles from Vancouver, British Columbia
GREAT SHOW....BUT WTF
Great show at the Commodore last night! Band was solid and crisp. But we didnt hear Nose To The Grindstone...NOSE TO THE GRINDSTONE!! what the hell. Everybody cheering for an encore for 5 min straight and then told he wasnt coming out! Lol just dont get it....that's the song that put him on the map. Just weird
Fabulous 44 from Minneapolis, Minnesota
The concert was great. Sound at First Avenue was really phenomenal! It was a good experience overall. There were a couple of a$$ hats in the crowd & that was annoying. Don't push & don't fight. I think Tyler was exhausted but he still sounded* so* flipping good. It's amazing, all of his talent! Congratulations on a great tour. Hang in there! All you folks putting him down ... come on now. Get real.
Nobody from Tulsa, Oklahoma
HUGE CHILDERS FAN .. BUT A LITTLE FRUSTRATED
Dude you're amazing and you sound perfect live but..... you came to the Cain's Ballroom. THE CAIN'S BALLROOM and played the shortest set i have ever seen at Cain's. You wrapped up with a song no one knew and lights on at like 1115 or something. WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU MAN?!?!?! THE Cain's is holy ground in Tulsa and you shi$ all over it. Congratulations.
Leni Corwin from Los Angeles, California
Band too loud. Sound mushy and distorted. Couldn't discern lyrics. Bass way too heavy. Tyler is a great songwriter, but what good does that do when you can't hear the lyrics and the vocals get drowned out.
Teddy from Detroit, Michigan
I was really really looking forward to this show. I drove 2 hours to get there. I'd never been to the Fillmore in Detroit but I like small venues and it looked good on paper. Long story short, crappy venue. Box office opened at 6, then we were left out in the very cold for 2 hours before the doors were opened. Main floor was nothing but a mosh pit. Show didn't start until 9. Horrible opening act...Liz something and the Stampede...Bring earplugs. By the time TC went on close to 10 PM, I was bored and pissed. Couldn't even buy a cup of coffee. The bass player was all that I could hear...the reverb from his strings covered up everything else. So I paid $80 to stand in a freezing line for hours, for crappy seats in a mosh pit venue to see a really bad opening act and then to be unable to discern the songs played by Tylar Childers because of bad sound mixing and crappy acoustics.
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