Marc Broussard Boca Raton FL Tickets, The Funky Biscuit, Jan 12, 2019, Concert
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Marc Broussard Boca Raton Concert Tickets in Jan 12, 2019 at The Funky Biscuit in 08:00 PM available for sale as part of the announced Marc Broussard North American Live Tour 2018. All latest concert dates, tour schedule, setlist, video, reviews and etc you can find at Marc Broussard Tour Page.


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The Funky Biscuit
Royal Palm Place
33432
Boca Raton, FL, US

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11 Responses to “Marc Broussard Boca Raton FL Tickets, The Funky Biscuit, Jan 12, 2019, Concert”

  1. Mertie Maze

    One of the best voices of ALL TIME, not to mention the songwriting and musicianship. Explore all his music and see him live if you get the chance. You won’t regret it!!!!

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  2. Lewis Veatch

    Best concert I have been to, hands down. Marc’s voice is unforgettable.

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  3. Landon Duckworth

    Awesome show, great venue. L’auberge stadium was clean, friendly staff. Easy in and out.

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  4. Ruben Sharp

    This man is something else! It took me 10 yrs to finally get to see Marc and OH MY was it ever worth it. I am such a fan now that I’m already looking for his next gig. He’s funky, he’s soulful and he’s even got that sensitive side. Just plain old good music!!!

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  5. Yuette Wyers

    Great show. Broussard put on a great show. He enjoys the stage Jamie McLean was very good also

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  6. Janet Sjoberg

    My wife and I first date was at the Broussard concert! We make it a point to see Marc Broussard every year when he comes to The Knoxville Bijou Theatre or surrounding area Atlanta etc….. I noticed Wednesday night he had a new guitar & bass player both were phenomenal players! Marc’s performance was soooo on point!!!! Marc’s soulful voice and soulful grooves captivated the crowd! He ended the night with “The Beauty Of Who You Are”. It was the icing on the cake!

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  7. Irwin Theel

    All 3 groups were great, but Marc was outstanding. Only negative was with the audience. A group of people two rows in front of me kept standing up and blocking the view. People should be more considerate. If you want to stand up and dance get seats on the back row.

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  8. Michael Sudar

    Amazing! Great singer with an amazing voice and great with the crowd!

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  9. Polly Cabler

    I’ve been enjoying Marc Broussard’s journey since I first heard “Home” years ago. The show was opened by a young, talented singer/songwriter….Jamie Kent. He and his band brought passion and energy into the room. He closed with a song that brought cheers and tears….”Home Again”, his tribute and plea for our veterans.
    Marc and his band followed and ramped up the energy….at times the walls seemed to pulsate with the driving force of the bass and drums. Then Marc would bring us back down with a few slower melodies. All in all, powerful performances by both Kent and Broussard.
    I gave the venue 4 stars, since it was SRO. If you go, you may want to bring some camp chairs, if you don’t like standing up for over 2 hours. The Taft is still one of my favorite venues for shows downtown.

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  10. Syble Capley

    Awesome show, stage is awesome, near smoking exterior, area, plenty of room

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  11. Jame Sapienza

    The first opener was a young Czech man accompanied by a woman on a cello. The instrumental parts were great, his voice was good if not inspired. The second act was Jamie McLean and his group who were excellent solid rockers and blues men. Marc was incredible. He started out a bit slowly and sounded a little hoarse, but after he warmed up he was wailing. I didn’t make a set list, but he did many of his old hits with his incredible band and had various members of Jamie’s group come out to perform with him. An extended version of Home was the encore, and it was truly amazing. They also did a medley which started with If You Want Me to Stay by Sly Stone segueing into Fiyo on the Bayou by the Nevilles and finishing with Love and Happiness by Rev. Al Green. It was incredible! We’ve seen Marc about 6 or 7 times, and he gets better every time. Always an event.

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