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It was a long time coming for me to see him live and man did he exceed my expectations. Few shows have ever hit that top mark for me and wow he did it.
There really are no words that I can say that will give him the credit he deserves for being an amazing artist and performer.
You will not be disappointed. I can't wait to be able to watch him again! I listen to your music everyday becuase I love how you put your anger and pain into the words of your songs, "I'm Sorry Mama, I never meant to hurt you, I never meant to make you cry" is one of the best emotional phrases you have used even though you think you have hurt them they will always love you and make sure you are safe.
I will always buy your albums when they are released and even try and come to one of your concerts, hopefully meaning I get to meet you and ask for a picture with you and ask you nicely to sign my albums and posters I have.
You are my favourite singer of all time. I am your biggest fan ever! You are the best, hopefully I get to meet you and that would be the best day of my life I would never forget it and never forget you!
Eminem live is mind blowing! Live he performs a great variety of songs from all of his albums, mixing in some of his old stuff which brings feelings of nostalgia with his newer stuff which sounds great.
He has got to be one of the best rappers of all time and the fact that he writes all his lyrics himself gives the songs depth and meaning.
He's a lyrical genius! Watching him live is a roller coaster of emotions from jumping up and down and going wild to swaying your hands in the air with a sing-a-long.
Even though Wembley held thousands he still performed like it was to each and every one of you, interacting with the crowd and showing off his great sense of humor.
Eminem is amazing and I would highly recommend seeing him live, there's no feeling like it. Just as with his Wembley Stadium show 4 years prior, Eminem executed a powerful performance of a diverse array of classics spanning his whole career.
He demonstrated why he is heralded by many as not only the greatest Hip Hop artist of all time, but one of the most iconic artists in music still today.
Seeing him reunite with 50 Cent on stage was a fan-pleasing nostalgia trip of legend. This was the perfect experience for Slim Shady fans.
Considering I have been a massive fan of Eminem since I was introduced to his music at the tender age of Seven; I believe I did a great job of staying calm.
Despite waiting a long time for the legend himself to appear on stage, the concert exceeded all expectations!
Eminem, Shady and Marshal Mathers were all present at the gig and he just emits brilliance. I can honestly say it was one of the best concerts I have been to in.
Eminem is a brilliant artist and he was worth all the money spent. An amazing and energic concert. An amazing feeling and Im soo moved.
The downside thought is the arena which isn't the best one for the viewrs, from a big areana where you almost can see the stage whater your meters from the stage on the side or the oposite side of the arena, the sound isn't really the best either and the caos when people are trying to get out and you get stuck and can't move.
But other than that it's a 10 out of It was absolutely amazing It was Eminem and Rihanna on August 17th. They were half an hour late which is fine.
The production was amazing, Rihanna is a goddess and Eminem is a god. Everything was perfect, the set list had everything it should.
MetLife Stadium is a great venue as well. Unfortunately the transportation back to NY was chaotic, but far from spoiling what an amazing concert we had.
They did not fail to impress, and the show was better than I'd imagined it was going to be. The show started with a bang as they played "Bad Blood," getting the crowd hyped up.
From start to finish, Dan really impressed us all with his ability to control his voice while jumping up and down and moving around on the stage.
It's crazy how good his voice was; he sounded exactly like their audio recordings. He would sing and interact with the crowd, and for some songs he would play the drums or the keyboard.
What was really cool about Bastille was that the other band members all moved around the stage as well to play different instruments during different songs.
For "Overjoyed," they moved to a corner of the stage and played a version of the song with keyboards and electric drums.
The lighting of the stage changed colors throughout the show which really added to the upbeat vibe.
Dan was so happy and personable; he wanted us to dance with him and told us that he didn't want to look like a fool dancing alone even though he didn't, of course.
But he didn't have to tell us twice; we were more than happy to oblige. He took full advantage of all the areas he could sing in throughout the venue, and it was so entertaining to watch where he was going to go next.
The quality of Bastille's performance was unreal. They put on a show that highlighted how diversely talented each of the members are. They were so connected with each other yet aware of the audience, and they acknowledged our enthusiastic cheers and singing.
When they played their single "Pompeii," the band To Kill a King who opened for them came back out and sang with them.
It was such a cool thing to see them join Bastille because their voices are also on the audio recording.
It was such a fun show, and I'm so glad that there are so many other people who appreciate Bastille as much as I do. This time, the size of the venue had grown, as had the stage production.
The light and video display really added to the excitement of the show and served to augment the music visually.
With Bastille, however, the show is more about the music than the fluff. This is a band that provides their audience with varied themes and emotions in the music, always coming up with something interesting and entertaining.
The band members are all vocalists, as well as talented musicians, which gives the band their signature harmonies. I am always impressed by an electronic band that can put on a powerful live gig without relying heavily on canned music.
Bastille performs with a lot of energy and really connects with their audience. My teenagers were astounded that there was a moment when Dan was moving through the crowd as he sang something he also did at last year's show , and they were concerned for his safety.
I believe that truly connecting with fans is a risk Dan is willing to take, and Bastille's fans are loyal and passionate in response. My teens were disappointed to not hear a couple of their favorite songs, and I explained that those particular songs are covers, and that there may be copyright issues, or perhaps other reasons that Bastille could not perform What Would You Do and Requiem For Blue Jeans.
We did hear many of our favorites, and loved that Ella Eyre is touring with Bastille so that we could hear No Angels live. Ella's opening set was very energetic and got the crowd pumped up for the headliner.
The energy of the whole evening was very positive, and the crowd obviously adores these artists as much as they enjoy performing.
I wholeheartedly recommend catching a Bastille concert if you ever have the opportunity. I showed up at 7am to queue because I wanted to get front row.
Queue system was terrible. Some of their fans didn't know what respect is but anyway. The second you walk into the arena, the show starts.
It doesn't only start when THEY walk in. That's what I love so much about them. They put on the most incredible and smart show I've ever been to.
From their opening acts, to their lighting, to their visuals, with Stephen Hepworth being hilarious and amazing, to their whole WWCOMMS concept and their skills and voices.
Dan's voice is flawless. From A to Z, even when he's jumping all over the place and stuff, his singing is absolutely beautiful.
His voice and Charlie Barnes's together is probably what you hear when you enter heaven. Their setlist is brilliant,going from upbeat songs to quiet peaceful ones that leave tears rolling down your cheeks and the arena lit up with phone torches.
Nothing is more beautiful than a Bastille gig. The fact that they use the whole arena is also one of the best things ever.
You can find Dan either on stage, in the middle of the crowd, jumping around with fans, on the platform at the back of the arena, or in the higher part of the arena, with Will this time.
That's absolutely amazing and everyone feels included with that. They really blew my mind with these two nights at the O2. I had seen them before but there, that was a whole new level.
It was a hot, beautiful day when Bastille performed at Boston Calling and I couldn't have been more miserable.
The day been long and eventful, with the sun harshly beating down, which can make a person grow very tired. On the verge of calling quits, the glorious being that is Dan Smith, strutted on to the main stage.
His up and coming album "Bad Blood" which featured the superb, very popular song "Pompeii" is one of the only albums where every single song is spectacular.
And this showed in the bands performance. Every note in a song is exemplified and draws you closer to the stage. Just the energy that the entire band emits, entices you and whether you want to or not, you dance your ass off.
All of them play roles in the music and the performance. The lead singer, Smith, really tries to engage with the audience, cheering and joking around.
During "Flaws" my personal favorite he came down into the crowd and took a bit of stroll. This band makes you part of the music and for those who don't like their sound, anyone will enjoy watching them perform.
Bastille is that type of band you can see over and over, each time being a new, thrilling experience. I have been to see Bastille 4 times and every single time was absolutely incredible!
Their music is so good to listen to but times better live. They are a bit shy as a and but still manage to really connect with their audience. However each time I have seen them they have got better and better.
The last time Dan even came into the audience at the back, which was so good because at some concerts if your at the back you can really feel out of the action, but not at Bastille.
Their playlist is a great mix so even if your not a massive fan you still can enjoy the concert. I have seen them in the student union in Cardiff tiny venue and at Reading Festival, they were amazing at both and well worth the money.
Their career so far has been an incredible journey to follow, and I cannot wait for what comes next. They are a very humble group of friends and not boastful about their achievements, which is really great to see.
You can tell they are all extremely passionate about their music, and love to play for their fans. I cannot wait to see them again at V this year!
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