Christopher Lane from Seattle, Washington
Patti no longer sings much at all, she screams those powerful and often high notes only somewhat connected to the song being sung by her backup singers (who were pretty good). She fussed with her hair/wig constantly and had her back to the audience fully 1/2 the time. Sad to say she “doddered” at times. Overall the concert was a mess except for the Pointer Sisters who get 4+ stars. Seating rows too close to get in and out and you need to get in and out as the dead time, fully 90 minutes or more, were dreadful. Making them worse was the constant ads running in the screens to join the casino “One” club, so bright that you needed sunglasses just to endure it. The wait between Pointer Sisters and Patti was I think about 45 minutes. If it was free, no if they paid me I would not do it again. I’d go see the Pointer Sisters, but Patti you need to hang it up and Tulalip, you need to do MUCH better! BTW not near enough toilets, next concert call me I’ll rent you some more porta-potty’s you cheapskates!
Julie and Patty from Boston, Massachusetts
What a huge disappointment. We get that you can hit the nigh notes, but enough already. It was pure screeching. She didn’t sing most of what she’s famous for. Why was she standing most of the time with her back to the audience? Her backup singers did most of the singing along with several audience members who were brought on stage. 74 years young, but time to call it quits. High expectations; huge disappointment.
Igoplaces from Lake Worth, Florida
I couldn't have said it any better than Patty and Julie. Had there been an intermission, my husband and I would have surely left. (Was that because she didn't sing enough actual - complete - songs to warrant it?) And I thought that the reason why she had her back to the stage so much was because there was a floor fan under the piano, and she was cooling herself off! No excuse for a bad performance. Perhaps the saddest part of the show was when she had people from the audience come up on the stage. They showed the audience that they could sing and dance better than she could. I guess my favorite part was looking at some of the fabulous outfits women in the audience were wearing!
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