Al Green live in concert.
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Al Green

20
critic concert reviews
pop

How Good Are They LIVE?

Live Rating  

72
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Critic Consensus

Based on 20 concert reviews, the critic consensus is that Al Green is rated as a decent live performer, but their shows lack distinction. Al Green concert reviews describe live shows and performances as soulful.

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artist info

GENRE
pop
ORIGIN
Forrest City, United States (4/13/1946)
BIO
Reverend Albert Green (born April 13 1946 in Forrest City, Arkansas) is an American Grammy award winning soul and gospel singer who enjoyed great popularity in the 70s with hit singles such as "Let's Stay Together", Tired of Being Alone", and "You Oughta Be With Me".
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CRITIC concert REVIEWS

Goldmine Magazine (USA)

May 6, 2019
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Al Green exudes love and happiness at Radio City Music Hall

Atlanta Journal-Constitution (USA)

May 4, 2019
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Witnessing Al Green in concert is a religious experience – and it has nothing to do with his status as a Reverend.

Nola.com (USA)

April 29, 2019
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Al Green powered his way through his extensive catalogue of genre-blending hits at the 50th anniversary New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on Sunday afternoon (April 28), pausing occasionally to sit and take a few bars off as his adoring fans filled in on vocals.

Chicago Tribune (USA)

April 29, 2019
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Al Green's soulful voice is as ageless as his appearance

The Orange County Register (USA)

July 20, 2012
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Al Green live at the State Theatre in Sydney, January 2010.

The Musical Box (USA)

October 31, 2010
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Al Green was at home in Kentucky when the first sound out of his mouth at a profoundly soulful Halloween Eve concert at Danville’s Norton Center for the Arts was a hearty yee-haw.

The Know (Denver Post) (USA)

August 28, 2010
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Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, USA

Past critic reviews published in

LA Weekly (USA), Music-News.com (UK), The Snipe News (Canada), Record Collector Magazine (UK), Birmingham Live (UK) and more

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