Show was very good. I purchased the CD. The small sound system surprisingly sounded great. I would see ir again.
About Motown Downtown Tribute Show
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all the acts were very good and engaged the audience yet the ending was a bit of a surprise. it kinda ended abruptly. the mixture of oldies was nice and sounded so much like the original singers. the venue was a bit outdated and small.
This show was really not very good. The singers were not great, music was recorded, not live. The fun part was that the entertainers did try to bring the audience into the show. I think most people had a good time, but the entertainment value...More
The theater was just the right size so there isn't a bad seat. The acoustics was spot on. The guys and girls sang beautifully. It brought back memories and I enjoyed it very much. I wouldn't mind seeing and hearing them again. This was a...More
These guys were good, and the female singer also! We enjoyed the show. They had some fun with the audience. Had some couples get up and dance with the singers. Very personable after the show too!!
After reading the recent reviews, we were somewhat disappointed in this show. It is open seating in a small theater. We thought it was amateur compared to other Branson shows we've seen. Lots of banter with the audience and some good voices, but it just...More
We totally enjoyed the music. The acts were enthusiastic, but without a live band, it is challenging to sing to recorded music. This is a very small theater. We enjoyed our evening very much.
This was a very entertaining show. It featured music from the Motown era with a special tribute to the Temptations. All of the group was personable and talented. There was excellent interaction with the audience--recognition of birthdays and anniversaries. The audience was equally into the...More
We actually thought we were going to this theater to see a different show and we were NOT disappointed by this show at all!!! The performers looked like they were having a great time up on stage and that enthusiasm was contagious! This was our...More