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Brian Wilson Reviews

ConcertsIndie & Rock

Average customer review: 3.0 star rating (3.1 Stars)

Number of reviews: 29



2.0 star rating Mike from Cuyahoga Falls (Blossom Music Center)


He may be a musical genius, but I would rather see him go out on top. The piano is set up with him looking at the crowd. He started off and we instantly began to question whether he was playing the keyboards or just propped up. When he sang we all looked at each other and wondered if he had a stroke. My buddy said it was like he just got a bunch of Novocain and his mouth was numb. The rest of the band and singing was great, but don't go to hear Brian.

1.0 star rating Jeff from Las Vegas, Nevada


Saw the Brian Wilson tour at the Joint in Las Vegas. Brian Wilson is a universally acknowledged musical genius, but he should not be touring. His vocals were massively off key and delivered almost in a monotone. His bandmates did their best to cover and had fantastic soaring harmonies. Brian however, was literally just a prop they put out front. Half the time he looked completely spaced out and unaware of what was going on around him. It was sad to see and significantly detracted from the enjoyment of the concert. This type of performance can only hurt his legacy – his band needs to start carrying on without him.

2.0 star rating Becky Wilson from Dayton, Ohio


I was so looking forward to seeing one of my favorites of all time. So sad to see him just sitting at the piano. Very little singing or playing. Kind of just seemed propped up there. He didn't speak to the audience. Seemed like a tribute band, with him there. Time to retire, blessings to you My Friend ❤️

5.0 star rating Warren Peskin from Ventura, California


My wife and I saw The Zombies and Brian Wilson and Friends at The Greek last night. Simply put, it was an evening of being in the presence of musical genius. It does not matter if all the notes and harmonies did not always sound like they did in 1968- Both sets were pure and honest attempts to play their music and have joy in doing so. A night to remember and be grateful for as there was no pretense from the stage- just good old rock and roll. Warren/Ventura, Ca

1.0 star rating Michael Kauzer from Walnut Creek, California


We had to leave. Painful to watch. Wilson was there in body only, propped up behind a fake piano. It was sad. Al Jardine's son was good covering the high notes. But for most of the concert, you wanted to look away.

1.0 star rating Liz from Las Vegas, Nevada


We left early. It was very sad to see him propped up in front of the piano. He looked like a statue. His vocals were so off and a couple of times he came in late because he forgot the words. I found it painful to watch him so we had to leave. Also I don’t think it was a good idea to do so many songs that weren’t very popular. I’ve always loved the BB but I’d rather remember them the way they were.

5.0 star rating Jason from Garwood, NJ


...what we’d be without you Brian. THANK YOU for the music you’ve brought to my life and many others. And a THANK YOU for keeping it going....the show was GREAT!


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