Live At Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, US, April 19, 2013 Review

artist: Andy Needham Band date: 05/02/2013 category: live concerts
Andy Needham Band: Live At Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, US, April 19, 2013
I personally loved that the Andy Needham Band< got on the stage and played their songs, they didn't talk about them much at all, they simply played the songs and worshiped for the whole night.
 Sound: 9
 Perfomance: 10
 Overall Impression: 10
 Overall rating:
 4.9 
 Reviewer rating:
 9.7 
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overall: 9.7
Live At Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, US, April 19, 2013 Reviewed by: zillaman, on may 02, 2013
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Sound: The band sounded amazing. I was very impressed with their poise on the stage, and that they sounded much better live than on their CD recording. The band consists of Andy Needham on lead vocals and acoustic guitar, Joel Rousseau on the electric guitar and back up vocals, Johnathan Mason on the bass guitar, and Andrew Picha on the drums. Andy Needham is a great worship leader and has a great voice. The lead guitar was good, and went well with the worship environment. Andrew Picha, the drummer, was flat out amazing. He switched between the drums, the hand drum, and the piano throughout the concert. The bass player was good, but his real skill was in the set up of the concert and the sound on the mixing board. // 9

Perfomance: I fully enjoyed the concert. It was a refreshing time of worship, rounded with the skill of the band. "No Love Song" was well done, beginning with the opening riff, and adding a bit of lead/solo work throughout the song. Joel Rousseau had a guitar solo, and Andrew Picha had a drum solo. The funniest moment in the concert was when Joel Rousseau (lead guitar) tried to help Andrew Picha (drums) on his drum solo. Around the midpoint of the concert a speaker gave a quick message so that the band could take a breather. "Refuge" was particularly moving, as Andy Needham gave a speech beforehand about how God would be the refuge for the people in Boston after the bombings in the marathon. The band also played well-known worship songs such as "10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord)" and "Forever Reign", both of which brought tears to the crowd as we prayed for the people in Boston, Massachusetts. // 10

Overall Impression: The show was in the Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, United States, on April 19th. There was no opener for the concert, only the Andy Needham Band<. I personally loved that the Andy Needham Band< got on the stage and played their songs, they didn't talk about them much at all, they simply played the songs and worshiped for the whole night. The show cost $5, and it was beyond worth the money. I even bought one of their CDs after the show for $12 and had each of the band member sign it. The guys stayed around after the concert to talk with the fans, and I was able to have a conversation with all of the members. // 10

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