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Customer Reviews for Jamey Johnson

4 Customer reviews


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Jamey Johnson "Knocks it out of the park"

Phil from Rutland, Massachusetts
16th July 2018

Have seen Jamey on three different occasions and he still gets it. Saw him on Sunday July 15th, 2018. He played for 2-1/2 hours at least, threw in some Tom Petty covers as well as a little Gospel with Chris Hennessy. He had a great new sound man that was originally with the Almond Bros. and spent over a decade with Tom Petty's band as the sound person. Needless to say the sound was perfect. This by far was his best show that I have been to. It was his Birthday week(July 14th) and he brought his family with him and even had his daughter on stage to sing with him on a few background vocals. Jamey always give his fans the best live shows and he is not to be missed if he comes to your city. I Loved the show and as always loved the small venue of Indian Ranch in Webster MA.

Real Country

Jerry Luithle from Los Angeles, California
28th April 2017

Jamey Johnson has such a huge depth to his stage catalog. Great voice with a killer band, all with a traditional feel and sound that will transform you. Even if you are not a big Country fan, he is a must see. The Ace is a great sounding venue, and is simply beautiful and historical. Awesome!

Jamey Johnson

Laura from Detroit, Michigan
12th January 2017

Jamey johnson is an amazing country singer, he is bringing back true country music. He's one of the greats of our time, he comes to the stage and sings for a solid 2 to 3 hours. There's no dancing around the stage or costume changes or anything like that. Just a Good Ole Country Boy play and some good old country music

Walked off the stage

Chris from Baton Rouge, Louisiana
18th September 2022

At the beginning of the show he told somebody too shut the f*** up and you're not getting your money back. Then and hour in 40 minutes into the show he stops singing in the middle of a song and walks off the stage and says the show is finished. Robbed thousands of people of the money they spent on the tickets to see him in concert. He said he's going to be touring with Alabama in a week. I hope Alabama knows there's a possibility he may walk off the stage. He owes Baton Rouge a huge apology. He has a great voice it puts on a fantastic show but has a piss poor attitude towards people.