Rick from Hershey, Pennsylvania
MORE THAN A CONCERT, IT WAS WORSHIP!
Crowns' music is fantastic! A message in every song and you can hear the words! My wife and I really enjoyed the music of Crowns' and the other groups and getting to know them, but most of all, we left feeling refreshed in Jesus Christ.
Suzanne Mulligan from Indianapolis, Indiana
Casting Crowns is not playing to entertain hence maybe some feel that it's low energy-their music and words are meant to inspire you and to feel a connection to others of the same faith. I love this music and I feel like the musicians are called to help us get out of our daily routines and sing our faith . Their music inspires me! !
Don Hateme from Lowell, Massachusetts
I went in not knowing most of their music and hoping to be pleasantly surprised. Instead, I came away unimpressed. While I appreciate and agree with the core message of their music, I found the concert to be low energy and uninspiring. It seemed like they’ve maybe been doing this for too long and have come to the stage where they’re just going through the motions. I guess if you’re a fan of their stuff you’d like them but I’m not interested in seeing them again.
Terri from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
I felt the Casting Crowns part of the show was low key, low energy, and I did not feel the same enthusiasm that I felt on their last tour. Megan Garrett’s voice was not strong and sounded a little flat at times. There was not a lot of smiling and expressiveness in their singing. I agree with another post that it seemed “Meh” like they were just going through the motions. On the other hand, the performances by Zach Williams and Austin French were very energetic and they had power and conviction in their voices. The crowd responses for these two singers were louder than for Casting Crowns. Casting Crowns just seemed off. Mark Hall for Casting Crowns did not introduce the members of the band at the end of the concert. I did take into consideration that Mark Hall had a kidney removed for cancer and recent vocal surgery and it was unfortunate that Melodee had a fall and injured her shoulder, but still the performance was low key and something seemed off. Mark ‘s Voice sounded great.
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