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Thank you for coming SLC and putting on such a wonderful show. The date of your concert in SLC was my wife’s and my 22nd anniversary. We attended the show with our 2 children. The younger of which, 14 y.o. Boy, did not want to attend. He has been listening to your music ever since. A great show, and a great memorable evening. Thank you.
A perfect night. Glen is darling and funny, intelligent and pure. The whole show from beginning to end was wonderful. And when he brought out Eddie Vedder, the whole place exploded. If you have a chance to see Glen in concert, do. You won’t be disappointed.
Always a first class act. Love the energy and soul Glen puts in all his songs. Sorry you weren't feeling well Glen. Waiting for you to come back again to Minnesota. You guys are awesome! A very talented band.
I have seen Glen perform a couple of times and I am always so impressed with his comfortable stage presence. He has a talent that makes a show very intimate - as he did at The Merriam by coming out with his guitar, no mic, nothing else to play a song and introduce the opening act. The sound quality of his band did not disappoint as it filled the century old theatre with ease. Overall amazing show.
As always, Glen Hansard was simply amazing! This was my 8th time seeing him since 2009 and he just keeps getting better each time. Last nights show was just so great in every aspect; Great venue, we were able to stand by the wall which allowed us a great view and a little room for dancing, and Glens performance did not disappoint! I was a little anxious since we brought someone to see him for the first time and didn’t know if she would be a fan but she found him to be as awesome as we do!
Wondrous! The show was opened by an experimental Jazz duo, Joe Quartz, whom Glen had invited from Paris, before Glen and his band entered the stage. The first few songs from the new album (This Wild Willing) were stirring with an angry undercurrent but transitioned into quieter ones with mercurial ease. They then softened into the gracefully intimate sound of his earlier albums (e.g. Rhythm And Repose, The Swell Season, Didn’t He Ramble), just to let it grow into the blasting soundscape of a big band. Glen interspersed the set with anecdotes on the songs’ making, with birthday greetings for Paula Hughes and Joe Doyle, with a guest appearance and with lots of humour, of course. The evening concluded with a beautiful unplugged rendition of Leonard Cohen’s “Passing Through”.
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