Garth Brooks Concert Review
The ability to put on an electric performance is not inherent in any singer – and neither is the ability to keep the crowd engaged for hours. Therefore I can safely assert that tickets to such musical concert performances are a preserve of the few talented performers whose experience in song writing and delivery skills woo the crowds and keep them yearning for more. This was revealed by a gentleman by the name Garth Brooks – who apparently falls into this category-when he put up a stellar delivery and performance in Allstate Arena in Chicago at the 10:30PM concerned earlier on 5th September 2014. The following Garth Brooks Concert Review will enlighten you more about the events that took place.
This performance which was characterized by lots of energy and tirelessness seemed to have genuinely had a huge toll on Garth Brooks as he went on to thank the audience on the onset of his performance and the feelings of gratitude were written all over his face.
Overall, he displayed total relaxation during the concert and this was evident when he kept on throwing fun moments at various points during the show. The performance was well structured and executed because he kept switching from faster to relatively slower songs to help the crowd have some time to relax. In addition, he urged the crowd to sing along to some of his popular hits-which they readily obliged- which made the show even livelier. Some of the popular hits performed included Two of a Kind, The River and Papa Loved Mama before wooing the crowd with a slower song entitled Ain’t Goin’ Down. Despite the many years of performances, these songs sounded relatively new. In addition to performing older tunes, he also performed his new releases including People Loving People, Man Against Machine and Thunder Rolls.
The crowd never disappointed as they readily sang along, danced, and cheered to the music. The environment was also illuminated in tandem with the performances and this brought out a very beautiful effect. There were many video cameras all around and the drummer was exceptional as well.
Finally the show came to a climax with songs such as If Tomorrow Never Comes, Fever, Much Too Young and Belleau Wood being performed.