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Amos Lee

Amos Lee

Oct 19th 2017 @ Orpheum Theater – Stage Door

Madison, WI
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About Amos Lee
Genres:
Rock, Soul, Blues, Folk
Hometown:
Philadelphia, PA

With MY NEW MOON, his seventh album, Amos Lee reaches into experiences of hope, hopelessness, loss, and renewal. The result is the most wide-ranging musical effort of his...
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Thursday, October 19th, 2017
8:00 PM
Orpheum Theater – Stage Door
Madison, WI
79 RSVPs
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About Amos Lee
Genres:
Rock, Soul, Blues, Folk
Hometown:
Philadelphia, PA

With MY NEW MOON, his seventh album, Amos Lee reaches into experiences of hope, hopelessness, loss, and renewal. The result is the most wide-ranging musical effort of his...
Read More
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Fan Live Reviews
August 14th 2018
AMAZING BEYOND WORDS. best show—down. The venue, the music, his voice. I can’t articulate enough just how magical last night all was. I’m still stuck in the reverie!
This was an amazing event. To see Amos Lee play together with The Utah Symphony was beyond amazing and definitely in my top 5 concert experiences.
I cannot even begin to explain how beautiful last night was. Amos Lee has always been one of my top five favorite artists- I do believe he could now be in my top two. First - we were at Powell Hall where the St Louis Symphony plays, so the acoustics were insane. Fifth row seats didn’t hurt, either. Amos started his show just playing guitar, with his amazing primary instrument - his voice. His voice was so powerful and the audience so attentive he even stepped away from the mic and carried it. He then added his pianist, bassist and drummer for a bit. He brought the crowd into a two part singalong that led to a point where he actually had the band stop playing so everyone could enjoy the fullness of the music we created together. Then the symphony orchestra joined the band and played this set list. The arrangements were so incredible that Paul and I often closed our eyes to take in the full tapestry of sounds without distraction. Beauty surrounded us. I actually had tears streaming down my face during “Keep it loose, Keep it tight.” Amos and his band were reverential to the conductor and orchestra members - I do hope the orchestra members know how much we appreciated how they enhanced the music. At the end of the show, strangers turned to strangers, expressing their awe over what we had just collectively experienced. We’ve seen Amos is highly danceable settings (outdoor shows) and in smaller venues (the Sheldon), but this just blew us away. Get out this summer - find some music to listen to - be transported to a pure place - and remember we were all put on this earth to respect each and every fellow human being - and share in the beauty that is this world and what we can create. After the past few weeks of seeing the under belly of our country, and the callousness of our leaders to fellow human beings - I needed this. So needed this. You need it, too.
Such a genuine person with an incredible gift. Was fortunate enough to meet him afterward and he made everyone feel important and welcome. Highly recommend going!!!
Kevin
Mansfield, TX@
Mansfield ISD Center for the Performing Arts
December 4th 2017
Amos was great. He had great energy. His new album sounds amazing. He left out a lot of his old good stuff and played a handful of covers and long instrumentals. The venue is beautiful. Great sound. This concert was a fund raiser and the venue was perfect for this purpose.
Molly
Knoxville, TN@
Bijou Theatre
October 13th 2017
Absolutely phenomenal. Amos sings the songs of a thousand angels. He captivates his audience with his soul, Spirit, and guitar... a true gift to poetry & music. Thank you so much. 💫
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