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Alan Doyle Reviews

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Average customer review: 5.0 star rating (5.0 Stars)

Number of reviews: 5



5.0 star rating Karen from Ridgeway, Ontario


Another awesome show from Alan and The Beautiful Band. This guy leaves it all on stage...he puts everything he has into giving his audience the best and his band dies too. What a talented group of people! While his tribute to his parents brought me to tears, the rest of the night kept me dancing, singing and I walked out if that show feeling so good! He didn’t stick around to meet fans last night but Akan, if you’re reading reviews this morning, Thank you once again for a great show!

5.0 star rating Candy from Toronto, Ontario


You won't have more fun at a concert than seeing Alan Doyle. His new band (The Beautiful Gypsies) are a fantastic group of musicians/singers. They all get showcased and seem to have a great time together. I was just at the show at Massey Hall Feb 24th and they played some Great Big Sea songs, some from their 2 albums as well as some traditional songs. The crowd is on their feet clapping and singing along most of the concert. We will probably try to get tickets to Alan Doyle tickets anytime he's passing through...I can only imagine how much fun it would be to see him in Newfoundland. Something for the bucket list!

5.0 star rating Charles from Montreal, Quebec


Another opportunity for a fix of Alan Doyle. Excellent! Seen him 3 or 4 times, first with Great Big Sea then solo. Don't miss him!

5.0 star rating Ted Kitto from Owen Sound, Ontario


From the first second of the show Alan Doyle & the Beautiful Beautiful Band had fans at Bud Stage on their feet, raucously roaring (Come Out with Me / We're Gonna Love Tonight), jigging (Lukey / The Night Pat Murphy Died), crying (Laying Down to Perish), blues-rocking (Testify), counting (1 2 3 4), and even a sea shanty (Bully Boys). Whether his solo material or Great Big Sea's (End of the World, When I'm Up), every song was a standout. Band members have bucketfulls of talent & had plenty of solos to showcase. We even had a visit from BNL's Ed Robertson. The icing on the cake: we'll all be in Mr. Doyle's new video as they revealed Welcome Home for the very first time live. Fantastic tune. One ovation, we were treated to Ordinary Day and a beautifully stretched out version of Dancing With You. Will I see Doyle again live. Absolutely!

5.0 star rating D GREEN from Toronto, Ontario


it was a great concert where everyone was from newfoundland if just for a day. the only drawback was the gawd awlful opening acts. could have done without that


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