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Little River Band is considered to be one of Australia’s most significant bands. Their impressive songwriting skills, powerful vocals, and masterful guitar harmonies immediately helped them claim their place as one of the great vocal bands of the 70s and 80s. Their chart success included “Help Is on Its Way,” “Take It Easy on Me,” “Reminiscing,” “Lonesome Loser,” “Lady,” “Cool Change,” and “The Night Owls.” Pure Prairie League, another successful band of the 70s and 80s, released ten country-rock albums and enjoyed numerous hits including “Amie,” “Still Right Here in My Heart,” and “Let Me Love You Tonight.”
Great set from PPL who rocked the house with the best country rock ever made. It's nice to see a band from the 70's still play the songs like we remember them and still have musicians who were significant members like Reilly and Call who between them were on every PPL release. Call's still the best steeler you'll ever hear.
LRB was enjoyable but have not a single member from their best days.
LRB for me was just OK, still not a big fan. PPl was incredible with a setlist that killed. Red hot stuff, very, very talented and professional musicians ! 5 stars for PPL.
Beautiful theater. Both bands put on fantastic shows. These two bands are made up of very talented musicians----and really great guys. For those of you who continually have to gripe about non original members, do your homework and don't come to the shows then. Bands personnel change all the time…did back then and do now. Thank GOD that Wayne Nelson is continuing to lead this great band. His bandmates Chris, Rich, Greg, and Ryan are spectacular and their new cd top notch. Pure Prairie League sounds great…we are lucky to be led the great Michael Reilly (original) and have the legendary steel guitar musician John David Call back. Scott and Donnie Lee are a tremendous plus to this band. Both bands delivered a heck of a show. We drove 15 hours to see them both and were NOT disappointed. Thank you LRB and PPL and American Music Theater!!!!
Top notch venue; no bad seats; nice, intimate setting
So good to hear the old music again.
Both bands did a terriffic job!
The concert was AWESOME! They are such good performers and we loved being there to hear them. Bring them back next year!
I've enjoyed both bands in the past...and this concert brought back great memories. The bands played all their hits with a bit of new material mixed in. But, as any baby boomer will tell you - when we go to see bands from the 70's/80's, that's the music we want to hear.
The music was amazing. The music of today cannot compare. They also seemed to be enjoying themselves as much as the audience was.
Both bands were very good. Sound quality was also excellent.
It was fantastic!!!
Loved LRB! PPL, for me, irrelavent.
Absolutely loved it. Getting the audience to participate made it a blast.
Just a fun wonderful show!
Great seats and acoustics
Nice theatre. Parking was easy and exiting the lot was well organized. Great show and seats. Good location. A 45 minute drive is more reasonable than traveling into Philly.
Great venue for a concert-clean-comfortable seats and a great view from any seat
Excellent venue and sound balance. The band was very personable.
Enjoyed Little River Band the most. Nice interaction with the crowd.
The Little River Band was entertaining.
WHY CAN'T THEY PLAY THEIR SONGS AS THEY DID WHEN THE SONG WAS A HIT AND NOT THIS LOUD TWANGY GUITAR BUSINESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It was very enjoyable, started promptly and the theater is a great place to attend a concert. Only criticism - because of the recent snow, the parking lot and particularly the sidewalks were not cleared enough to feel safe when walking...
Little River Band was absolutely great! However, Pure Prairie League was not playing the same genre of music. Other than two songs that are between country and rock, everything else PPL played was way too far from rock to make me wonder why the two groups were playing together. It was a huge mistake to mix these two.
Pure Prairie League was great as well as entertaining but Little River Band was AWESOME! They rocked. I very much enjoy a rock show with lots of life and volume. Until now, my favorite AMT show was ZZ Top, but it is now LRB !!! Thank you AMT
Found out after buying tickets that only 1 original band member.
Great show. Both bands sounded terrific!
Every seat was awesome!!! Great show!!
Both bands were excellent and rocked the house. Would attend if they were invited to play here again in the future.
the band was awesome and the guitar players were the same. Nice sound. Have them back!!!
LRB was too loud
Both performances were excellent! Very entertaining and "clean" shows.
Great show....reasonably priced...convenient parking. All in all a terrific "package."
Little River Band was fantastic. The harmony demonstrated by the musicians was superb. The new release did not disappoint.
Excellent musicians, excellent showmanship, really enjoyable to watch both these groups perform
Great sound! Love the live performances!
Good music; very well performed.
Excellent performance. Great choice of songs. Sound was excellent
Exceptional performance by both bands.
Good music, good show.
This was one of the best sounding concerts I've attended in a long time.
Both groups were very good. I thought the sound system was well balanced. I could enjoy the vocals and they weren't drown out by the bands. Both bands are blessed with talented musicians. I didn't appreciate the loud mouthed audience member, but at least he didn't seem to bother the performers.
Get Little River Band back soon, awesome
Their new video "The Lost And The Lonely" is awesome! The song is already one of my all time favorites.
Saw LRB last year. They still Rock!
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