Stephen Stills Huntington West Virginia Tickets, Keith Albee Theater, Oct 2, 2018, Concert
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Stephen Stills Huntington Concert Tickets in Oct 2, 2018 at Keith Albee Theater in 07:30 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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9 Responses to “Stephen Stills Huntington West Virginia Tickets, Keith Albee Theater, Oct 2, 2018, Concert”

  1. Tona Esquilin

    Great performance. Beautiful venue but only if you sit downstairs. Upstairs has less legroom than an airplane seat.

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  2. Dusty Nakashima

    They should have played separately and not together. They didn’t sound good together at all. Judy should have sang her old songs. Her voice is still lovely. Stephen probably should retire from performing. Very disappointed!

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  3. Adrian Reinowski

    Opening act great. Kenny White was unexpected pleasure. Sound ok. Stills & Collins different story! Mic’s totally unbalanced. Her voice was great but couldn’t hear him when singing together. Also his guitar was a bit muddy and one of the lower frequencies like A or E would blast, almost like feedback & drown out everything else. Had bad sound there before. John Cleese Holy Grail movie for example. Stinks to pay that much and have it nearly ruined by bad, unbalanced sound system.

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  4. Sal Westermeier

    Still’s guitar work still spot on, Judy Collins voice hasn’t lost an octave !!! Very glad we went !!!!!

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  5. Alberto Schmunk

    I have seen Stephen Stills twice before with the most recent being eight years ago. He is not the same. At the beginning, his voice was not very clear. He seemed to get a little better as the show went on but he is nowhere near where he used to be.

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  6. Ammie Martinolli

    Their voices did Not blend well. I would have preffered if they had each performed their own songs separately and only coupled on a few of them

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  7. Creola Burdsall

    I had seen Judy and Stephen perform together last summer, and was thrilled to have another chance to catch them in the NYC area. Both are still making beautiful, meaningful music, and their affection for each other is so touching. Judy’s vocals on “Who Knows Where the Time Goes” and “Houses” were standouts, and Stephen finally had a chance to stretch out and shine on “Bluebird”. Riding back home on the ferry, watching the lights on the water, I could still feel the joy of this concert.

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  8. Granville Cavitt

    As much as i love Stephen Stills, the poor guy’s voice is “Long Time Gone.” Judy covered his flat vocals on duets and she did some magnificent solos.Many highlights – the greatest one? A fantastic rendition of “Who knows where the Time Goes.”

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  9. Jeromy Younger

    The music and “banter” between them was charming. I enjoyed the Concert until they both got Political. It lost its luster for me after that. I didn’t come for a Political statement, in fact I came as a respite from that.
    When I purchased the tickets they were best available in the Balcony but there were rows and rows if empty seats in front of me. This made no sense to me or the others around me. We all were miffed as we all bought best available…which they obviously werent.

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