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Martina McBride Reviews

CountryVocal & Classic PopConcerts

Average customer review: 2.0 star rating (2.0 Stars)

Number of reviews: 16



2.0 star rating S Dell from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


I’m not familiar with Martina McBride’s music but have seen her perform on award shows. Her voice is beautiful but last night it lacked strength. Maybe she was not feeling well? Songs were mostly slow and she just swayed back and forth. She lacks stage presence big time. Watching old clips from Christmas movies was a little off. Sad to say very boring.

2.0 star rating Grace from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


It was painful to hear her sing so off key and ruin so many classics. And showing video of Christmas cartoons? huh? Walking the aisle on the first floor for 15 minutes with camera/video not working so that most of the audience could not see anything, but only listen to trite dialogue? Only redemption was the Graphics, her nice personality, dresses and shoes.

2.0 star rating Dave from St George


Looking forward to this concert all year. From the first startling, incredibly loud announcement from the booth, which surprised and shocked the entire audience 5 minutes before the show even started, to the very first song, you could tell this was not going to be a good night for either the performers or the crowd. It seemed Martina was sick. The band, which was very good, just went on and didn't say anything to her during the entire, painful event. My wife played one of Martina's songs for me over our car radio as we drove the short distance home telling me that the band had actually performed that song, but at the show it was unrecognizable to me. Tuacahn Amphitheater didn't help the situation either. We are Padre Canyon neighbors and frequent this venue often. The performances are getting progressively louder and uncomfortable. If I hadn't paid so much for the tickets and was by myself, I would have left after the 2nd song. We have Kansas tickets tonight for Tuacahn that I purchased months ago. I am not really looking forward to this show as I usually do. Martina let it be known that she and her band will be performing in Tucson tonight. I don't envy that unknowing audience. Hopefully the Tucson venue wont try to drown out Martina's singing ailment or she will properly cancel until she can recover. Love her albums, wish I hadn't attended the show.

1.0 star rating Melanie Stowe from Houston, Texas


This was my first time seeing her. She was off key, very pitchy and it was an overall boring show. The tickets were a gift and so glad I didn’t buy them. I will not ever buy tickets to her show.

1.0 star rating Exploited from Dallas, Texas


Her show resembled a 1960's Lawrence Welk USO tour event. Cheesy doesn't begin to describe it. 15 minute segment of family Christmas videos from the 1960s - no music. A 15 minute Oprah like walk into audience for selfies and "where are you from" - no music. A silent guest appearance of 3 nameless military personal brought to center stage for a round of applause - no music. It was a short, lifeless uninspired performance of Christmas songs backed by a local suburban orchestra who it appeared she just met. We had excellent seats. We walked out. We felt exploited.

1.0 star rating Ted from Jacksonville, Florida


My wife and I cringed during the whole show due to her very pitchy vocals. There was no showmanship on stage and her trip into the audience was not thought out and awkward. We came to hear one of the best most powerful female singers in the world! Sure wish she had shown up last night!

1.0 star rating Jeanne from Minneapolis, Minnesota


My friends and I cringed at each note that was flat and off key. We all agreed that, while we know she was a great singer, she must have been sick and could not hear herself. Also, the show itself was so boring. She needed a male counterpart or actual conversation about her life. Something to make it interesting! We couldn’t wait to get out of there.


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