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The entire show was awesome from start to finish! You would almost believe you are at a Beatles concert! Rain has 4 unbelievable talented singers/musicians! Will definitely see it again!
from Charlotte, North Carolina
GREAT TALENTS AND AN ENJOYABLE SHOW BUT LOST OF SONGS IN 2ND HALF NEEDS TO CHANGE
It started out great and I realize the title was Abby Road but I am a big Beatles fan and never heard of that Earth is Round number they didi. Th whole previously enthused audience went quiet during those numbers. I loved their costumes and mannerisms were on the money but that brought it down for many. We needed Get Back, Yellow Submarine, Eight Days a Week, Got to Get you Into My life, etc. Glad they ended with Hey Jude. That redeemed it a bit.
Jim from Minneapolis, MN
GOOD BUT NOT GREAT
This was NOT the original band. This is the #2 touring band. They
are darned good but not as good as the band we saw two years
ago, the original group Rain. We will not go to see them again
unless it's the original band
Tricia Shore from Des Moines, Iowa
FIRST HALF OF SHOW GREAT!
This was first time seeing RAIN show - was thrilled with first half of performance. Second half could have been better. Too many songs didn't recognize and not as upbeat as first half. Just OK show. Definitely not favorite Beatles tribute band. FAB 4 is much better.
Lola Phillips from Detroit, Michigan
First review missed my option my sister & I are hearing impaired and used their headphone device only it did not work for us we had it a100% which should have been pretty loud in our ear but nope nothing. The guy who came and explained to us how it work before the show , he said he would be back to check never did till we found him outside at the end of the show and told him , he told us it was a new system the point is if it was why didn't he come and find out how we like it so we never used it during the show, I hear somewhat better than sister I was able to hear some what, she wasn't enjoying it she much it might have helped her hear something and she mostly wanted to chat which made it hard to watch the stage, my daughter tried to use sign language for her but lot of songs we never heard of. theater is really beautiful but experince has brought the 5 stars to 3 stars cause of the device
Bob from Kansas from Tulsa, Oklahoma
WHY DON'T THEY SING THE HITS
I saw this show at the Hard Rock Cafe in Tulsa on November 13, 2021. The show started out fine as they sang a number of the Beatles hits and the audience was having a great time. Then they started singing a bunch of crappy songs no one had heard and the audience sat quietly still like a stiff cadaver. The No Name songs seemed to go on way too long and here are some of the hits they DID NOT sing: Lady Madonna, Yellow Submarine, Hello Goodbye, Ticket to Ride, Nowhere Man, Blackbird, Penny Lane Eleanor Rigby, Norwegian Wood, Day Tripper and the list goes on. Why would they sing songs no one heard when they left all the above hits behind? When are musicians going to learn that the audience comes to hear the hits, not songs we aren't familiar with and don't care about? Are the groups too stupid or arrogant to figure out that people pay their money to hear the hits and not listen to songs that are duds. I'd never go to their show again and waste my time and money.
Joe from Greenville, South Carolina
The only reason I’m giving these a 1 star rating is because there’s no option for anything less. What a waste of time and money. Vocals from the group was like bad karaoke. With the crowd consisting of mostly 60 and older it was like a scam on the seniors.
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