Jeff Beck Tour 2018 Tickets, Dates, Concerts


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June 24, 1944 in Wallington, Surrey, England




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The popular and inspiring English rock guitarist Jeff Beck and his band will be performing in their latest Jeff Beck North American Tour 2018 The 2018 tour will kickstart on 20th July in the Five Point Amphitheatre, Los Angles, CA. The fans can expect some of Jeff Beck’s all-time hit numbers like ‘Brush With The Blues’, ‘People Get Ready’, ‘Shapes Of Things’ etc. The performer will be hitting the road and traveling to 26 cities across North America. The North American Tour 2018 will be coming to a close on 26th August in the Midflorida Credit Union Amphitheatre, Tampa, FL. The concert tickets for the upcoming tour of the artist are available for sale. The fans can check out the detailed tour schedule and tickets availability in advance to make their bookings in time for attending the anticipated tour and watch the band enthrall them.

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Date & TimeEventLocation
Aug 8, 2018
07:00 PM
Jeff Beck Paul Rodgers & Ann WilsonCincinnati, USA
Jeff BeckRiverbend Music Center 6295 Kellogg Avenue 45230
Aug 10, 2018
07:00 PM
Jeff Beck Paul Rodgers & Ann WilsonNoblesville, USA
Jeff BeckRuoff Home Mortgage Music Center 12880 E 146th St 46060
Aug 11, 2018
08:00 PM
Jeff Beck & Ann WilsonPittsburgh, USA
Jeff BeckHeinz Hall 600 Penn Ave 15222
Aug 12, 2018
07:00 PM
Jeff Beck Paul Rodgers & Ann WilsonHolmdel, USA
Jeff BeckPNC Bank Arts Center 116, Garden State Parkway 07733
Aug 14, 2018
07:00 PM
Jeff Beck Paul Rodgers & Ann WilsonWantagh, USA
Jeff BeckNorthwell Health at Jones Beach Theater 1000 Ocean Parkway 11793
Aug 15, 2018
08:00 PM
Jeff BeckPort Chester, USA
Jeff BeckCapitol Theatre - Port Chester 149 Westchester Ave. 10573
Aug 17, 2018
07:00 PM
Jeff Beck Paul Rodgers & Ann WilsonNashville, USA
Jeff BeckNashville Municipal Auditorium 417 4th Avenue North 37201
Aug 19, 2018
07:00 PM
Jeff Beck Paul Rodgers & Ann WilsonCharlotte, USA
Jeff BeckPNC Music Pavilion - Charlotte 707 Pavilion Blvd 28256
Aug 20, 2018
08:00 PM
Jeff Beck & Ann WilsonVienna, USA
Jeff BeckWolf Trap 1645 Trap Road 22182
Aug 22, 2018
07:00 PM
Jeff Beck Paul Rodgers & Ann WilsonAtlanta, USA
Jeff BeckState Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park 4469 Stella Drive Northwest 30327
Aug 23, 2018
07:00 PM
Jeff Beck Paul Rodgers & Ann WilsonJacksonville, USA
Jeff BeckDaily's Place Amphitheater 32202
Aug 25, 2018
07:00 PM
Jeff Beck Paul Rodgers & Ann WilsonWest Palm Beach, USA
Jeff BeckCoral Sky Amphitheatre 601-7 Sansburys Way 33411
Aug 26, 2018
07:00 PM
Jeff Beck Paul Rodgers & Ann WilsonTampa, USA
Jeff BeckMidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre At The Florida State Fairgrounds 4802 Us Highway 301 North 33610


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2017Live at the Hollywood BowlRhino
2016Loud HailerAtco
2011Rock 'n' Roll Party (Honoring Les Paul)Atco
2010Live and Exclusive from the Grammy MuseumAtco
2010Emotion & CommotionAtco
2008Performing This Week... Live at Ronnie Scott'sEagle Records
2007Official Bootleg USA '06Sony Music Distribution
2003Jeff Beck Live: B.B. King's Blues Club & Grill, New YorkFriday Music
2001You Had It ComingEpic
1999Who Else!Epic
1993Crazy LegsEpic
1992Frankie's HouseEpic
1989Jeff Beck's Guitar ShopEpic
1980There and BackEpic
1975Blow by BlowEpic
1973Beck, Bogert & AppiceEpic
1972Shapes of ThingsSpringboard Productions, LLC
1972Jeff Beck GroupAudio Fidelity
1971Rough and ReadyEpic


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57 Responses to “Jeff Beck Tour 2018 Tickets, Dates, Concerts”

  1. Shannon Wolansky

    Once again, Jeff Beck has proven he is the maestro of the guitar. Just when you believe you have seen & heard it all, Jeff picks up the guitar world & gives it a spin of his own. It’s a world we lucky ones get to visit, all the time wishing we could take up permanent residency. An incredible backing band, with guest vocalist Jimmy Hall of Wet Wille fame, who all add a little extra to make the evening a stellar experience. Rock on Jeff, rock on.

  2. John Galayda

    In May of 2015 my wife and I saw Jeff Beck perform at the Chicago Theater. I taught school for 37 years and I always tried to deliver the message to my 4th grade charges that they owed it to themselves and others to always perform at the highest possible level.

  3. Nick Skare

    The Madison Square Garden Theatre is an outdated mess. They redid the Garden but apparently the Theatre was left out and is dingy and certainly not worth over $100 per ticket. I’d rather go to Westbury and that’s saying something -so the venue is a big NO. Beck is always amazing but this time he had two vocalists who were screaming and very distracting. We came to hear Beck play not listen to off putting vocals. I would bypass this event.

  4. Coleman Pexsa

    Buddy Guy was great. This is the third time I have seen him. I thought Jeff Beck was great, but the girl singer was terrible. All she did was shout and it seemed like she was trying to turn his performance into a rap/grunge concert. You could not understand a single word she said. She was a real distraction from the show. The male singer was very good and complemented Jeff’s playing style. My comment… drop the girl.

  5. Hubert Tevada

    Buddy Guy opened and did a tight set with John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters tributes. Great as usual. Invited his 12 year old prodigy on stage to play at the end. He was unbelievable (Brandon N.) Jeff Beck played a ton off his new album which I really like plus some classics. Played some Sam Cooke, Beatles, Stevie Wonder. Great singers with him on old and new. He and Buddy played one together. Had the place rocking. Great concert by all.

  6. Brenton Kluge

    Seeing these two icons was fabulous. Buddy Guy never ceases to amaze and Jeff Beck is
    always amazing..and deservedly has been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame twice.

  7. Carolyne Lougee

    Two legends. Awesome. Both are masters and rocked the house

  8. Sheryl Starcher

    Well the show was just ok. There wasn’t much enthusiasm or anything that made me say WOW. Two legends and it was a 5/10 show. Not bad but really didn’t hit any highs.

  9. Adan Guymon

    Jeff was in rare form. He played like it was his last concert on the tour because it was. The lead singer, forgot his name but he originally was with Wet Willie, was unbelievable! His raw, whiskey voiced locked with Beck and Ronnie’ s playing and the sound meshed as one. Beck still has it, unlike his early on partners, Clapton and Page. I swear this man doesn’t need to practice it flows from him naturally like lava from a volcano! I only hope, after finishing up a “leave your heart on the stage” tour like he did, he has enough fuel left in the tank for another go around.
    Thank you Mr. Beck and may God give you the health and well being, drive and energy to come visit your family once again here in Minneapolis, Minnesota. May God bless.

  10. Josie Pennelle

    Great show, so much talent. The warmup band was Buddy Guy who was awesome. Jeff Beck and his band mixed it up. Jeff was unbelievable.

  11. Cristy Stire

    Jeff Beck and his band played to perfection. I have seen hime 10 times now and I would have to say that this was his best concert yet. He and his band were a finely oiled machine that had everyone in the band at the top of his and her game. Jimmy Hall was wonderful as the singer. Rhonda Smith always plays amazingly on bass, and Jeff Beck played beyond what would seem would be humanly possible. He has always been Great, but he seems to even be getting better with age. Amazing performance!!!! Do not miss Jeff Beck!!!!

  12. Telma Jakowich

    Jeff & the band were amazing, as expected. I would have preferred fewer covers and more original music, but the covers were great as well.
    I’m 63 but a musician myself. I played for my living in the early 70s, original & covers, mostly in Chicago, and we were LOUD.
    The State Theater mix was way too loud for a small venue, the best descriptor can only be painful. Adding to the pain was an extreme mid-high push in the EQ – yowch!
    The band seemed to have a good stage mix and they were having a ball on stage.
    Great performance, but the whole experience was under-whelmingly disappointing because of the house mix & volume.

  13. Celsa Aranjo

    Buddy Guy gave the most dynamic performance of the 4-5 times I’ve seen him over 30 years. From the very first note Buddy showed us why he is not just our greatest living blues master but truly one of the original innovators of blues-rock (one of Jimi’s primary inspirations). The band was terrific and Buddy was singing great. Class act – go see him whenever you can! Jeff Beck also provided a kicking show (the night was a virtual symphony of blonde Stratocasters!) – I believe he remains the greatest of the “holy trinity” (Beck/Clapton/Page); Beck alone combines the mastery of blues with jazz fusion and hard rock. His band was typically composed of quirky women including a bitching bassist, plus colorful and tight guitarist Carmen Vandenberg and punky/Cockney vocalist Rosie Bones who co-composed the songs from Beck’s new CD, “Loud Hailer”. His drummer was phenomenal, reminded me of Billy Cobham. Dynamite show.

  14. Colene Klimas

    Buddy Guy is an amazing talent and true entertainer. I would pay to see him again in a heartbeat. Jeff Beck is a talent in his own right but is not nearly as dynamic as Buddy.

  15. Donna Seeley

    Mr. Beck never ceases to amaze me. I have seen him 8 prior times beginning in 1973 at the “old” Aerie Crown theater. Always “jaw-dropping” moments during show. Great back up band as usual. I will always try to see him when he comes to town. Mr. Beck is one of my all-time favorites!

  16. Michele Eggenberger

    An incredibly well played show. Jeff Beck has the innate ability to do what very few can, using only minimal peripheral help. By far, one of the truly great musicians to come along and still play with the precision and feeling that cannot be imitated.

  17. Valentin Berdecia

    First let’s discuss getting INTO the theater at MSG – Billy Joel was playing a sold out show at the same time Buddy Guy & Jeff Beck were playing in the MSG Theater – we were all herded through the same security on a smoldering hot night … causing us to miss ten minutes of our concert. MSG Theater should have it’s own entrance. On the bright side the a/c was working well, the sound was the most pristine I have ever heard in a concert venue – kudos to t he sound engineers – absolutely brilliant. Buddy Guy is a warm and talented performer and a joy to watch. I wish he had played longer. I was under the impression that Buddy & Jeff Beck would be playing more together … but in fact Beck was the headliner. What he lacked in personality he made up for in guitar virtuosity. He did not greet the audience, he did not introduce the excellent musicians he was playing with and he never said good night or thank you… in fact, he was mute. He is a superb guitarist with a stellar history going back to the British invasion in the sixties. His singers were great … the tunes were mostly from his new album, which is not bad, but i hadn’t heard it yet. SPEAKING of which he charged $20 for the cd at the venue and it’s $11.00 at Amazon…not nice at all. All in all a nice evening out … decent seats even in the absolute last row – great sound and amazing talents.

  18. Mandi Silvaggio

    3rd time I have seen jeff beck since 1977,i think this show best of all them.buddy guy no slouch either at his age.great show overall.

  19. Emerson Yeilding

    I waited 30 years to see Jeff Beck and he didn’t disappoint! He had an exceptionally tight and polished group with an outstanding drummer, and two women on bass and supporting guitars, and stand-in vocalists which I didn’t catch their names but they did a wonderful job of presenting vocals to Jeff’s great playing and fingering techniques. They mixed old and new songs and some classics like the memorable “A Change Is Gonna Come”, and the lady on vocals presented some very compelling songs resembling avant garde styles of music with hip-hop flavored lyrics. A superb performance by Jeff Beck and Company.

  20. Donnie Correau

    Jeff Beck is one of the best Rock guitarists in the world. Even considering his age; I can’t think of many that combine is abilities and creativity. His bands are always the cream of the crop. You never have to worry about lack luster musicianship. He covered a wide range of albums. My only complaint would be that he would communicate better with the audience. He’s not a very good communicator. He appears uncomfortable in front of the audience. But, his wonderful guitar work more than makes up for that.

  21. Max Korey

    Jeff Beck showed Saturday at the State Theatre why he is the greatest living rock guitarist. Peroid.
    This was a very different Jeff Beck than I’ve seen in recent appearances on Crossroads or Ronnie Scott. This harkened back to when it was the Jeff Beck Group with Jimmy Hall playing the part of Rod Stewart. It was great to hear old Beck classics like “Morning Dew”, “Rolling and Tumblin'” and “Goin’ Down” with great vocals by Hall. Also Beck paid honor to BB King with a lovely “The Thrill Is Gone” and to Hendrix with “Little Wing” and “Foxy Lady”. With so many high points, I would have to say that Halls vocal performance on “A Change Is Gonna Come” may have been the highlight of the show.
    Props to the backing band, which maneuvered the intricate turns of “Hammerhead” and “A Day In The Life” with ease while laying a solid foundation for the more rocking numbers.

  22. Lashaunda Moniz

    I had the privilage to attend the sound check and show at the Chicago Theatre. The sound check was an awesome (tease) prelude to an incredible show. Mr Beck rocked as always and made his Strat emote every color of emotion one can imagine. Rhonda Smith’s Bass playing was incredibly “hot” on every song. I especially enjoyed when she went center stage for a smokin solo, that left you wanting more. Her partner in laying down the bottom end Mr Jonathan Joseph was “frickin awesome”. He carries lightning in his hands, and thunder in his feet. He rocks the pocket, drives the beat, and his fills range from really tasteful, to down right jaw dropping. Mr Nicolas Meier plays with great passion and his chops shine through. How would you like to play guitar on stage bedside Jeff Beck? Takes a real talent and security in one’s own skills. Very very soulful, great back and forth, trading licks with the “man”. Mr Jimmy Hall’s vocals went from the heart and soul of the song, to the amazing icing on the cake. A Change is Gonna Come, brought me out of my seat. Rollin and Tumblin he rocked the house. To not mention how great he influenced every song he sang, would be an unintended insult. As you can tell I could not have enjoyed the evening any more than I did, unless they were still playing….now. If Jeff Beck and his bandmates are coming anywhere near, don’t miss this, it’s really really special.

  23. Dwayne Ozolins

    Jeff Beck remains a must see, at 71, an amazing talent. He can summon an amazing variety of sounds and emotions from his guitar, with minimal effects across a wide spectrum of genres. I wish he came around more often. I will say the singer on this tour is beneath Jeff’s talent. I thought he was a Chicago pickup, maybe found the night before at Buddy Guy’s Legends, etc.

  24. Virgina Guinyard

    The Chicago Theatre welcomed guitar icon Jeff Beck back to it’s stage on May 21, 2015. Beck’s career spans 6 decades, going back to 1965 with the Yardbirds.
    This night showed Beck covering all of those eras. Jeff’s current touring band consists of Rhonda Smith on Bass, Jonathan Joseph on Drums, Nicolas Meier on Second Guitar and Jimmy Hall on Vocals.

  25. Jarred Leonpacher

    Jeff Beck put on a really great performance, better than before when I had seen him. Buddy Guy was unfortunately all over the place, disorganized and unfocused.

  26. Pasquale Cipcic

    The theater was the best.
    I got second row dead center buying from service provider the same day.
    I was in row BB and the last song was a tribute to BB King.
    Jeff Beck is still the Stratocaster master.

  27. Contessa Yoest

    I had been exceeded to see this show for long time. Exceeded expectations. Never thought I’d experience anything approaching the great one, JMH, in my life but Saturday night came close. I had been of the opinion that after Hendrix, the next best guitar player kind of depended on genre or personal taste. No longer. Mr. Beck is, hands down, the greatest living guitar player and just a stone cold musical genius. Innovative and evolving throughout his entire career. Been processing since Sat. night and now I’m pretty sure it was the best show I’ve been to since Band of Gypsies in St. Paul in ’69. The entire band was awesome too. The bass player is every rock guys fantasy.
    Peace and Love & Rock On!

  28. Jame Regner

    I’ve seen Jeff Beck about a dozen times, it’s always nice when he’s supporting a new album, this was not the case. He did more covers then I had ever heard him do, not much of his own stuff, which is what I wanted to here.
    At first when the singer Jimmy Hall (Wet Willy) came out I thought this could be interesting, but this was not a good pairing at all. I’d rather have no singer and Jeff should just play his guitar. Over all sound was good.

  29. Gaston Kasky

    Beck was fabulous. The concert goers at Chicago Theater
    are another story. Up down up down back and forth back and forth excuse me excuse me. What are you five years old and cant stay in your seat and shut up to watch a legend tearing up the stage?

  30. Stan Castile

    Jeff Beck was amazing as always. A good mix of new songs and old classics. I especially appreciated the Cobham classic Stratus. Other standouts were the new and very welcoming opener song The Revolution Will Be Televised, O.I.L., and- sung by the awesome Jimmy Hall- Morning Dew and A Change Is Gonna Come, the latter prompting us to rejoice/chant ‘Donald Trump!’ The encore was sweet- Rollin’ And Tumblin’. Buddy Guy opened the show and was also excellent. Standouts included I Just Wanna Make Love To You, Fever, and Five Long Years. On the downside, a pair of knuckleheads behind us decided to talk during the whole show. One drunk spilled the other’s beer towards the end, which got them ejected not soon enough.

  31. Maynard Zonker

    Fantastic show, Jeff and his band were amazing. Also what a treat to have Jimmy Hall from Wet Willie as his vocalist. B.B. King tribute was sweet.

  32. Kendal Sieben

    outstanding concert. hadn’t seen jeff in thirty years. show featured much of his new album “Loud Hailer” along with the big hits from “blow by blow” and “wired”

  33. Mitchell Lamphear

    Jeff Beck and Buddy Guy wowed the audience. The musical creativity and guitar prowess of these two geniuses brought a fusion of old and new sounds to an excited crowd. The antics and showmanship of Buddy Guy gave the audience some laughs in addition to an appreciation for the Blues legends’ musical talents. Buddy, as he once did for a young Quinn Sullivan, invited a youngster onto the stage for a jam. The jam was a crowd pleaser.
    Surprisingly Jeff did not verbally interact with the crowd. I would surmise that he may have been a bit under the weather; however, his guitar did plenty of talking on this memorable night. His all female backup band was pretty tight. I must admit to missing Tal, and Vinny playing with Jeff however the new group did not disappoint. The theme of social change within the new material resonated with the crowd. In conjunction with strong voice of Jimmy Hall was Stewartesque during renditions of old Beck classics such as Morning Dew. A fabulous show.

  34. Marva Sappington

    All I can say is I wish the two did the show together. It was a drag to have a set change and two different concerts go on at the same show. It lost the flow.

  35. Alex Launer

    A great venue to see a show. Jeff Beck is an awesome guitar player and showed it again tonight. Had 2 singers tonight,a little different for him. The one singer was great ,the other so so .

  36. Kenyetta Shambaugh

    Not the greatest setlist and Jimmy Hall isn’t in my top 100 Singers list

  37. Hilario Hare

    Simply put this was a memorable, classic, virtuoso performance. NO ONE plays the guitar & / or sounds anything like Jeff Beck! He is a true class act! No ego what so ever. Just as humble & as talented a person as you’ll ever see. Everyone should see him at least once. Narada Micheal Walden (drums), & the backup musicians were all magnificent as well!

  38. Javier Bergeman

    With a line up that was suspect, Jeff Beck took the Chicago Theater by storm with a determined and new found purpose in his craft. Gone was the over-wrought whammy bar. Every note had purpose and there was no waste of energy. It was the most efficient display of guitar mastery you could ever ask to see and hear. His tone was pure and his statements crystal clear. He was an alchemist at work, turning the individual elements of his band into gold. The Fire in the furnace, also known as Jonathan Joseph, was a driving force that pushed the band like an engine. The sexy Earthiness of Rhonda Smith’s bass tempered that Fire as she melded with Joseph to lay down incredible grooves. Nicholas Meier was the Wind, his guitar/guitar synth flowing with interesting chord progressions and at times whipping into a sirocco upon which Jeff would soar. Jimmy Hall was the preacher, the baptizer with Water. His soulful energy, and almost over the top showmanship, was what many other vocalists have not brought to a Jeff Beck live performance.

  39. Sonia Cheers

    fantastic guitar playing by a true master…..fantastic supporting band ad great vocals by Jimmy Hall…

  40. Easter Saelens

    With Billy Joel playing the same night, the place was a mob scene. So crowded that we missed most of Buddy Guy’s set. The few songs we heard were great. From there it was all down hill. When Jeff Beck started playing there was a women with a loud speaker shouting something while he was playing. At first we thought it was some idiot from the crowd, later we found she was part of the band, and did way too much singing considering her voice was mediocre at best. We expected a great night of instrumental Jazz and Rock guitar, and got her instead. And when she didn’t sing, his playing had no spark, no energy. The only part of his show we really enjoyed was when Buddy Guy joined him on stage. What a dissapointment

  41. Diane Boettger

    Jeff Beck never disappoints. Ironically, he did Superstition < and I saw him do it when it first came out in 1973 at the same venue. It was called Felt Forum then.

  42. Theodore Acly

    Awesome. One of the best concerts I’ve ever been to and I’ve been to hundreds. This was pure rock & roll at its finest.

  43. Kenisha Mckray

    Jeff Beck and his band enthralled the Chicago Theatre crowd. The paramount and ageless guitar avatar mastered blues, hard rock, jazz fusion, funk, soul and techno musical genres. His fretboard virtuosity elated and captivated guitar fans. Rhonda Smith, Jonathan Joseph, Nicolas Meier and vocalist Jimmy Hall bolstered and augmented Beck’s astounding performance.

  44. Bradley Sisney

    great venue and show. Would have liked for Jeff to jam a little longer, I waited my music life time to finally see him play and felt I was cut short.

  45. Jolie Quilter

    Buddy Guy is very much on top of his game and JB’s new band sound great. The Bones are a great addition to JB and Rhonda Smith; they have great synestry.

  46. Bobbie Husak

    I have seen Jeff maybe 4 or 5 times and this was by far his best performance ever. If you have never seen him then catch this tour you will not be disappointed.

  47. Long Stepter

    Both Mr Guy & Mr Beck showed tiredness
    in their last half hour albeit Mr Beck’s
    set was much longer than Guy’s.
    Buddy still has the chops to entertain &
    Mr. Beck has found his sound that I
    believe he was searching for. It works.
    He can show all the colors of any note
    through his guitar mastery and he can
    drive those thundering chords to the
    heavens. Always tasty melodically &
    harmonically. Jeff Beck is a unique
    musician period.

  48. Noble Mugrage

    Buddy Guy was just as great as ever. I love this GUY. He is the best. great showmanship and music i just well, not enough words..

  49. Alfredo Luci

    The man can play the guitar. Amazing the variety of speeds, sounds, moods he make create with it. His band that night very talented. The bassist was outstandingly HOT!!, and played well too! Wish he would’ve played more of his more notable music (from Blow-by-Blow, Wired, Belero) but tributes to Jimi (Little Wing) and BB (Thrill is Gone) were good. Only an hour & half. Thought he’d have more stamina.

  50. Clorinda Boore

    It was the 5th time in 10 years I have seen Jeff Beck and he did not disappoint. Absolutely phenomenal. Closing with The Thrill is gone was a nice touch. As always he does things with a guitar that no on else can match. And for the first time in my experience he missed a note. At 70 years of age he hasn’t lost it. While Page and Clapton are heading into retirement, Jeff continues to amaze. Rock on JB.

  51. Harold Muscatello

    Just outstanding! Saw the guitarman…vocals…drums..bass.and compremise.

  52. Cesar Lanzilotta

    awesome guitarist! Seemed to be a little short on performance time.

  53. Mathew Slimak

    Anyone who thinks this 2015 iteration of Jeff Beck is a repeat of his last tour will be completely surprised.

  54. Rosena Wright

    Outstanding performance. Good accompaniment, sound and blend of new and old repertoire. Jeff Beck is a class act. Good to see young people there enjoying the performance too.

  55. Leandro Vanduyne

    Hard to believe Jeff Beck is 70 years old. The show was an intense two hours long and his guitar wizardry was as great as ever. Fantastic backing band, especially Rhonda Smith on bass and former Wet Willie vocalist Jimmy Hall. Hall was featured on about half the numbers and his range and energy was first rate–and this guy is 65. The repertoire was varied between Beck’s compositions sprinkled with a number of old bluesy rock chestnuts that highlighted Hall’s vocals such as “Morning Dew,” “Goin’ Down” and a closing tribute to the late BB King with “The Thrill is Gone.” All in all–despite the occasionally clueless ballpark-like behavior of some of the audience (constantly getting up and down, talking, etc)–a top-notch show from a rock guitar legend.

  56. Belva Alberta

    Excellent show. Great sound and song selection. great venue

  57. Laine Corter

    What can I say? Buddy and Jeff’s guitar playing is music you feel in your soul.


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