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The Dead South Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.5 star rating (3.6 Stars)

Number of reviews: 5

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5.0 star rating Eliza P. from Knoxville, Tennessee

DEAD SOUTH BRINGS LIFE TO KNOXVILLE!

What a stellar performance! The Dead South sang in a beautiful harmony and played their instruments like the Canadian bluegrass Gods they are. I am so happy they came to our very own Scruffy city and put a smile on all of our faces and kept our boots stomping :D

5.0 star rating Lori Furlong from Montgomery,Alabama

SPEECHLESS

We saw Dead South In Nashville. What an outstanding show!!!!!!! I was so close I could touch them. ( although would never impose on there personal space). They were awesome!!!! ( yes I’m originally from Boston) Can’t wait to see them again. They are a show not to be missed!!!!!!

3.0 star rating from Denver, Colorado

DEAD SOUTH AT MISSION BALLROOM DENVER

Three warmup groups. Really?? The volume was overwhelming.

3.0 star rating from Chicago, Illinois

DISAPPOINTED

Not the same as in 2019. Have they tried to substitute decibels for the effort they used to put into their performances?

2.0 star rating Jim willer from Denver, Colorado

NOT WORTH SEEING

The first warm up group was terrible as expected. Ghost of Paul Revere was pretty good, but as some have mentioned use volume rather than talent when playing. Dead South was biggest disappointment of all. Volume to high especially the bass and drum lines. Vocals were lost in the noise. When I go to concerts, it's to watch the performance. This was impossible due to the terrible lights on the stage. Dead South was primarily back lit and in deep shadows the entire time. Worse though were the light cannons on stage that were continually directed at the audience. It was BLINDING. Any four guys could have been on the stage as they were totally unidentifiable. If the band members did anything on stage it didn't matter as you couldn't see the stage but for brief shadowy glimpses. I hope that Dead South can see an audience view of the show so that they can understand what was delivered to their fans. Left early as I saw many others doing.

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