[Review] The Boys In The Band – Great Tunes, Great Entertainment

Dance Moves
Entertainment Value
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The Good
Great vocals
Slick dance moves
Great entertainment value
The Bad
Lighting tended to get in the eyes

The Boys In The Band bring life to some of the greatest songs of all time. From the music of Franky Valley, Beach Boys and Bee Gees, The Boys in the Band put on a hell of a show.

The Boys In The Band takes us a trip through 5 decades of music, from the 50’s to the 90’s. The 4 “Boys” perform songs from the most iconic boy bands of each era. And when I say performed, I mean performed. There is no understating their act. However, a singing group is only as good as the band that backs it, and their band – The Players, who pull out all the stops and do fantastically well.

The Boys In The Band mix slick moves and sweet melodies to give us an experience that isn’t easy to find. Their audience interaction really sets them apart from the standard concert and makes it a live experience. The highlight for me is when they bring someone on stage from the audience to sing with them. It’s always a different experience because you never know what a person will do when you take them on stage.

The only low point for me was the lighting, as the spotlights were in our eyes most of the night which made it difficult to fully enjoy the show and give us an instant headache. This is one of the biggest errors of any stage show. And while the Boys had some super slick moves, they were at times not in sync. However, that was easily forgivable as they performed 3 encores that lasted almost 20 minutes.

The Boys In The Band is one hell of an experience that give you every cents worth of your dollar. Definitely an experience not to be missed.