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Greek Theatre
2700 North Vermont Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90027
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24 events
14 reviews
4 stars
always wait until the concert is over to get the souvenir t-shirt on sale! :)
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Al Green and the Pointer Sisters
31 ratings
4.3 average rating
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14 events
7 reviews
29 stars
attended Aug 21 2010

Pointer Sister were very entertaining. Felt a bit like a Las Vegas lounge act though. But they still bring the show to the crowd.
Al...spent more time giving out roses than he did singing. He was either letting the audience sing for him or...

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23 events
20 reviews
2 stars
attended Aug 21 2010

Where do I start, maybe with World's Greatest Living Soul Singer - World's Worst Concert.

Come on Al, two things 1. We are all devotees of your's, so don't patronize us. 2. We know the concert is in LA and don't telling every two...continued

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10 events
7 reviews
19 stars
attended Aug 21 2010

This was an amazing concert with spirited and soulful performances by the Pointer Sisters (opening act) and Al Green (master crooner). The venue was absolutely beautiful outdoor stadium in the middle of a foliage. Plenty of clean bathrooms, lots...continued

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The Reverend Al Green’s extraordinary voice became known to the world through a string of legendary hits in the early 1970s, classics including “Tired of Being Alone,” “Let’s Stay Together,” “I Can’t Get Next to You,” “I’m Still in Love With You,” “Call Me” and “Love and Happiness.” 

Green bridged the gap between smooth Philadelphia soul and gospel.  In the mid-‘70s, he joined the ministry and by the ‘80s, was solely a gospel performer.  Green returned to soul in the early ‘90s and has since joined Blue Note Records.  His latest album, Lay It Down_, garnered two Grammy awards and had Green collaborating with younger stars, including the Roots’ ?uestlove, who produced the record.  Spin _said of the release, Lay It Down (with tasty guest spots from John Legend, Anthony Hamilton, and Corinne Bailey Rae) makes it clear that Green’s devotion to the primacy of his music’s groove has only deepened with age.”