Analysis Of Lynyrd Skynynd

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Not having been to many concerts in my life, I did not know what to expect when I went to see Lynyrd Skynyrd in concert recently. I had seen Celine Dion in concert several years ago and was very impressed by her beautiful stage set up, the infallible theatrics of her performers and the wardrobe changes. I had expected the Lynyrd Skynyrd concert to be similar, but it was nothing like that at all especially the environment. I learned that not all concerts are created equal. The Celine Dion concert had a very elaborate stage set up with beautiful props and decorations, that seemed to magically change to match each song she sang. I was expecting a similar set up at the Lynyrd Skynyrd concert. Their concert was just the opposite though. While waiting for Lynyrd Skynyrd to perform, I noticed that the stage set up was sparse and unimpressive. The only thing that really caught my eye was a baby grand piano on the left side of the stage. The other…show more content…
Celine, her band, and her backup dancers, impeccably executed each song. There was a huge Las Vegas influence in her show. It was obvious that they had spent years there perfecting their performance. Her concert was everything you would expect to see at a Las Vegas show but it was being performed in Birmingham, Alabama. It was incredible. Lynyrd Skynyrd could not have been more different. Nothing about their act seemed to have been rehearsed, much less choreographed. There were two female singers on the right side of the stage that I did not even notice were there for much of the concert. The only real impressive acts were their guitar solos. The guitarists were extremely talented and eager to show off their skills. One by one, they would step to the front of the stage exhibit their talent. It was amazing to see them perform. Especially, Gary Rossington, as he is the only original band member still playing in Lynyrd

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