Although I like his music it may have been my first choice in shows. I'll admit going to this show was mostly for the Little Ms but I came away from the show really appreciated his contributions to the music world.
- Secret o' Life
- Everyday - (Buddy Holly cover)
- Walking Man
- Today Today Today
- The Frozen Man
- Carolina in My Mind
- Up on the Roof - (Carole King cover)
- Fire and Rain
- Shed a Little Light
- You've Got a Friend - (Carole King cover)
- The Promised Land -(Chuck Berry cover)
- Shower the People
- Angels of Fenway
- Sweet Baby James
- Your Smiling Face
- Knock on Wood - (Eddie Floyd cover)
- How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)- (Marvin Gaye cover)
- Wild Mountain Thyme - (Francis McPeake cover)
I was really pleasantly surprised by the show and the quality of it - even if I was on the younger side of the average age! For a guy that's sold over 100 million albums James Taylor still hasn't forgotten where he came from. Something for everyone to learn from including the many "flavour of the month" artists that permeate the music scene today.
Songs done very well! Big props to James Taylor for treating his audience and band with so much respect and courtesy.
Laid back crowd so it's hard to give a high rating for energy but it was a GOOD crowd. Definitely on the older side. It sure felt nice to be one of the youngest people in the crowd. The crowd was very in tune with the show. This was not a rock show so it was very quiet in the stadium except for some of his bigger hits like "Fire and Rain".
Audience Interaction & Engagement: A+
Quality and Diversity of Music: A+
Stage Presence of Band A
Energy from the Crowd: B
Notable Exceptions: Handyman
Overall Rating for Show: A