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Lauren Daigle Reviews

Contemporary PopVocal & Classic PopConcerts

Average customer review: 3.0 star rating (3.0 Stars)

Number of reviews: 46



4.0 star rating Dan Boatright from Lubbock, Texas


OK, I'm spoiled. I have been listening to Lauren Daigle for 12 years when I stumbled accross her amazing voice and sincerity towards Christ. We were able to see her for the first time in Austin, Texas when she started touring on the 'smaller' stage at a huge venue and show with multiple Christian artist and she was FANTASTIC. We just saw her in Lubbock, Texas for the Kaliedescope Tour and the show was great except she did not sing "How Can It Be". I missed it tremendously because it touches my heart every time I hear it and was looking forward to hearing her sing it live. Lauren Daigle is a blessing to us all. Peace

3.0 star rating Cathy Sherman Bittrick from Grand Rapids, Michigan


What has always inspired me about Lauren Daegle's music is her ability to touch your heart with her wonderful words. Last night you could barely understand a word she sang. The bass was so loud our chairs were vibrating. I don't know why a sound technician didn't go into the audience and adjust it. Only the familiar songs brought people on their feet because they already knew what she was singing. Such an injustice to have happen to this artist. Also the info-mercial regarding Child Fun was an important message but didn't need to be the focal point of a very expensive ticket purchased for entertainment.

3.0 star rating Peka Vaxel from Grand Rapids, MI


As I've read from other reviews the concert we went to in grand rapids started late also. It is a pet peeve of mine when artists leave their huge audiences hanging and come on stage with no explanation of almost an hour delay. It was much different than we were anticipating. It was So loud and it all distracted from her beautiful voice. We didn't really appreciate the double push for the helping children organization. We fully support helping these extremely needy kids, we actually support about 30 kids in Africa on our own already

3.0 star rating Sue from Indianapolis


Lauren is an amazing singer. Unfortunately there was so much intermission time after the opening singer. Way to long and now need for it.

3.0 star rating William from Memphis, Tennessee


Her New Orleans Jazz infused intro, along with her new music, was off course. I felt she is striving to be a pop star. I miss the old Lauren. We struggled hearing the lyrics. This is the third Lauren D concert we attended over the years and it was the worse one. Memphis was the first stop of her tour. Hopefully she works out the kinks.

3.0 star rating Angela McV from Columbus, Ohio


I saw Lauren over 10 years ago & her music moved me to tears. That was not the case on her Kaleidoscope tour in Columbus, Ohio. It was like she decided to perform a pop show speeding up the tempo of some of her best songs, very loud brass section often drowning out her voice. The push for Child Fund was made not to once but twice throughout the evening felling like they were laying a guilt trip on you if you don’t participate. I love her music but was disappointed with this concert. There was no connection & no sense of worship.

3.0 star rating Heather P from Sacramento, Ca


I saw Lauren last night in Sacramento. I have followed her for many years to due to her beautiful voice. Unfortunately, the sound mix was not complementary; the bass and drums were way too loud and often you could not understand what she was singing. She performed a different type of music than what I was expecting for the most part, much more upbeat, pop sound, so perhaps she is trying to cross over to something different. On the few songs that she sang that I recognized, there weren’t many that you could really hear the beauty of her voice due to the mix. I am not sure what the sound engineers were thinking…


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