Stephen Stills Fort Lauderdale FL Tickets, Au-Rene Theater at Broward Ctr For The Perf Arts, Nov 18, 2018, Concert
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Stephen Stills Fort Lauderdale Concert Tickets in Nov 18, 2018 at Au-Rene Theater at Broward Ctr For The Perf Arts in 07:00 PM available for sale as part of the announced Stephen Stills North American Live Tour 2018. All latest concert dates, tour schedule, setlist, video, reviews and etc you can find at Stephen Stills Tour Page.


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Au-Rene Theater at Broward Ctr For The Perf Arts
201 Sw 5th Avenue
33312
Fort Lauderdale, FL, US

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13 Responses to “Stephen Stills Fort Lauderdale FL Tickets, Au-Rene Theater at Broward Ctr For The Perf Arts, Nov 18, 2018, Concert”

  1. Samella Ponce

    It was great to hear so many classic songs from a pair of performers who have known each other and made music together for so long. The only thing missing was the other verses of “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes”. Excellent show and excellent venue.

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  2. Frederick Moag

    Being a bigger Stephen Stills fan than a Judy Collins enthusiast, I would have preferred more Stills’ songs. It seemed to me that Stills passed on many of his bigger hits for less popular songs in his portfolio. Also, what seemed odd to me considering that both artists have many of their own original songs, both played several songs that were made hits by other artists. As always, the Lynn Auditorium was a great venue for the concert and the sound system was fine. I could have lived without each Artists’ political views during the event and would have preferred to just listen to the music and light banter between Stills and Collins, rather than their obvious political slants. I guess in conclusion the concert was just OK. Maybe my expectations were a bit to high.

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  3. Elmer Rosch

    For a lifelong fan, this concert’s principals were Judy’s singing, Stephen’s guitar playing, and the songs. All were there in abundance. Close your eyes and listen to Judy Collins’ voice which, at 80, sounds like she is 20! Her pure tones and incredible range haven’t aged a day. And Stephen Stills has long been my favorite guitarist. As on the Stills/Collins album, he played as well, if not better, than I’ve ever heard him. Although his solo voice is not what it was, singing with Ms. Collins unquestionably raises his game. Song highlights were “Helplessly Hoping”, “Houses”, “Handle With Care”, “Bluebird”, “For What It’s Worth”, “Who Knows Where the Time Goes”, and Judy’s astounding a Capella rendition of a song (unknown to me) about mothers and children, which was especially relevant and poignant. The final encore was, appropriately, the final two sections of “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes.” Fifty years in, Stills and Collins are still a good fit. Long may they run!

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  4. Ty Schwarting

    Great concert in treasured venue. Judy Collins still has that great voice and Stephen Stills put on a guitar clinic. Tunes from their new collaborative album plus memorable songs from Buffalo Springfield, CSN/CSNY and Tom Petty.

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  5. Steven Leclere

    I’ve had the pleasure seeing Stephen Stills several times over the years but never had the opportunity to see Judy Collins. They should have gotten together professionally years ago!!! Ms. Collin’s voice is just amazing. Her cover of Joni Mitchell’s ‘Both Sides, Now’ took my breath away but her A Cappella performance of ‘Maria’ just BLEW ME AWAY! I believe it was the most beautiful song I’ve ever heard sung live! I really enjoyed the evening and everything about it and was not offended by some of the political things that were brought up because both artist have never taken a back seat when it comes to our nation’s politics. Both have written several songs relating to that subject throughout their careers. So, to the guy who yelled out after Ms. Collins sang Maria, GET OVER IT! Her performance of that song alone was outstanding! Ms. Collins, you had me in tears! I was incredibly moved by your performance and the song itself! God Bless!!!

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  6. Clyde Thieman

    Judy Collins voice was as angelic as always. Steve’s guitar playing was amazing.

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  7. Judson Kofron

    Still’s voice is shot. He is done.
    Collins was good.

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  8. Cris Hanawalt

    I am sorry to say that the rain was one of the items that evening but the 2nd was the performance. The tempo was off and Judy Collins voice was not what is once was. Sorry to say but it would ruin the though of CSN reunion.

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  9. Clorinda Stoudt

    Collins was incredible as always and her “Dreamers” song was hauntingly beautiful. Too bad there were members of the audience who left reflecting their own bigotry. Stills vocals were on the verge of embarrassing. He’s never been that strong, but fortunately he had moments where he was his old self; i.e. Somethings Happening Here. Overall, a memorable evening full of intense feelings from our younger days. The fact that the artists asked for a cell phone free performance and got it, made it that much better.

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  10. Hershel Berliew

    A good mix of covers, originals and new music. We had incredible seats (row 4 dead center from the stage) Sound was a little distorted at first but quickly corrected. A great evening of my 70s memories and then some!

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  11. Patricia Janrhett

    If you’re a Stephen Stills and Judy Collins fan, this concert is a little slice of heaven. Yes, Stills’ voice is not what it used to be, but Collins voice is and their close relationship is apparent. What a treasure to hear about their lives and their story and we are all the lucky recipients. Every song was carefully chosen and sung from the heart. Exceptional and moving concert.

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  12. Virgen Garrington

    Drove 3 hours from Kentucky to hear them and was excited for the concert. Unfortunately, they used the concert as a forum for their personal politics. We paid good money to hear their music and NOT their politics – many people walked out during the concert because of their views.

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  13. Ross Klocek

    They have great chemistry and you can tell they love to perform together. The 60’s were alive including a solo a Capella performance by Judy to protest the immigration issue at the southern border. Marvelous musicians backing them up. Very entertaining evening. Maine

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