Pat Metheny Boulder CO Tickets, Boulder Theater, Oct 16, 2018, Concert
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Pat Metheny Boulder Concert Tickets in Oct 16, 2018 at Boulder Theater in 08:00 PM available for sale as part of the announced Pat Metheny North American Live Tour 2018. All latest concert dates, tour schedule, setlist, video, reviews and etc you can find at Pat Metheny Tour Page.

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Boulder Theater
2030 14th Street
Boulder, CO, US


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15 Responses to “Pat Metheny Boulder CO Tickets, Boulder Theater, Oct 16, 2018, Concert”

  1. Tracey Phillipi

    Caught the show in St Pete. Pat did a lot of the old songs we all have come to appreciate and love. I thought a few of the variations were unusual, his sound not as crisp and clear. The band with him was stellar, as always!

  2. Lilly Ouderkirk

    Great concert by a great artist. Pat played for over 2 1/2 hours without a break and put on one hell of a concert.

  3. Jeanmarie Borland

    The Pat Metheny Quartet was stellar and Linda Oh on bass is a superstar! Don’t miss it if you get the chance to go!

  4. Catherine Drossman

    I’ve been a fan of his since high school and have seen him a few times over the years. Metheny doesn’t have a funky bone in his body but he’s still an amazing artist to watch and hear. The band is all acoustic but Pat does whip out his guitar synth for a few memorable tunes. Only reason I didn’t give it five stars is because there were a few more upbeat songs that I wanted to hear (Jaco, Tell It All, Half Life of Absolution), but the show is well-balanced between old PM Group tunes and his later work. He’s got one helluva drummer. Glad I caught this show. I recommend it highly.

  5. Kate Munley

    This is a new quartet line-up, featuring long-standing Metheny drummer Antonio Sanchez, Gwilym Simcock on piano, and Linda Oh on (mostly) acoustic bass. I had never even heard of Simcock or Oh, but have no worries — both are terrific musicians who don’t just “hold their own,” but bring outstanding skills sets to explore and push the material to new places. For this tour, Metheny has opted to revisit many previous compositions with new arrangements, but also notes the set list may vary from city to city. I loved hearing how this quartet approached the material. They played with passion, precision, and near telepathic communication. Pat still exudes that humble, polite, gracious manner I observed at the first concert I saw in 1978. As I’m sitting here typing this the next morning, I’m still in awe of the technical virtuosity Pat displays so effortlessly in the service of the song. All in all, a very satisfying evening spent with my favorite musician.

  6. Louetta Deguire

    The first time I saw Pat Metheny was in a one-man show in Gainesville a few years ago. It was a breathtaking show. In this show, it was even more exhilarating not only because of the other master talent, but because of how Pat showcased them. Antonio Sanchez, Linda Oh, and Gwilym Simcock were absolutely incredible!!

  7. Terra Reaser

    Pat Metheny was absolutely fantastic,
    Working with consummate professional musicians

  8. Elaine Lenz

    Cain park is a great venue for Summer concerts. The Kool night breeze with awesome acoustics. I hadn’t been there in years but now I can’t wait to go back.

  9. Shon Cassius

    It was an anniversary gift for my husband. He was on the edge of his seat with Joy.

  10. Alyssa Handren

    If ever the chance arises to see PM…GO!!!!!! He is amazing. A brilliant artist.

  11. Regina Morello

    He played a lot of his older songs which I love. His new trio was tight, proficient and very musically animated. You gotta make one of these shows if you are a Metheny fan.

  12. Jaime Parzych

    Awesome concert from the premiere jazz guitarist in our lifetime. Great show and it was nice to hear the old classics.

  13. Golda Dobis

    great show will always try to see his concerts when in Atl.

  14. Deetta Glab

    Expected entertaining jazz and got experimentation instead. Very talented musicians but a guitar imitation of Monk, Coultrane and noise. Difficult to identify repeating melodies that were technically difficult but entertaining to only the most die hard Metheny fans.

  15. Odis Lockmiller

    I hadn’t heard a single note from Metheny’s new band but I didn’t doubt it would be all that Pat and crew could be. And I wasn’t surprised his band held my close attention for 2 and a half non-stop hours. Granted, I recognized all but three of his songs it was the sheer joy of their playing that made my night so wonderful. After following him for over forty years I wasn’t the least bit surprised he pulled that off – pretty good for a non-spring chicken, huh? Good grief, he reached back to Watercolors (1977) and knocked our socks off.
    A side note: the two young players, Simcock and Oh, were reserved while Metheny and Sanchez went at it like a couple of joyful heavyweights. That reminded me of the first time I saw a very reserved Pat Metheny in the mid-70s with Gary Burton’s band. Metheny hadn’t recorded any of his own albums yet and was still getting his on-stage sealegs under him. I look forward to hearing more from Simcock and Oh.
    If you’re interested in jazz and want a great place to start (and stay) Metheny’s my top recommendation. Wonderful as always, Pat!


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