You know....nobody is perfect no matter what they do in life. The Osmonds have
had many great years...they are fantastic and good, down-to-earth people. They
are not perfect as we are not perfect and I don't believe they deserve to
be talked down to. I would love to go to one of their shows but have been unable
to do that. You go Osmonds...I think you are the very best!!!!!
At age 60 w/ millions of net worth, maybe they want to take some time to enjoy
their kids and grandkids. Nothing wrong with that.
@Go Big Blue. I'm sorry to hear you've had that experience, since the
D & M show is amazing. Perhaps if you contacted the hotel they might be
able to provide some complimentary tickets for you, especially if you had proof
of the cancellations. Go Aggies!@Weston Jurney. I was going to
respond to your rude comments with rude comments, but after reading @top of the
world, I feel he/she said it best. Why do you have to downgrade some very good
performers when they aren't on your play list? I would't pay to see
Moody Blues but don't want to trash talk them.
My wife and I and our daughter and her husband attended their show a year ago.
We will try to go again before they end their engagement. It's just a
great evening to listen to talented singers who don't feel the need to
throw out a lot of political bias or foul language. There are other
talented performers who offer up fine performances throughout the year in Las
Vegas. Moody Blues would be a terrific evening. They offer up a unique twist
to soul music and they are talented...and how! They have a long list of hits,
three of which would be "Nights in White Satin", "Emily's
Song" and "I'm Just A Singer In a Rock and Roll Band". They
began way back in 1964, which was a year or two after Donnie's career began
at five years old. And yes, I would certainly walk across the street to hear
Moody Blues perform. I would never demean the excellence and
outstanding careers of Donnie and Marie, any more than I would toward Moody
Blues. Or Celine. Or any other of the talented artists of our day.We all have tastes in music that are peculiar to ourselves. Stretch and try
to enjoy each of them, even while we zero in on our favorites.Thanks
for the article, DN.
Donny and Marie had a lot of fun, did a lot of good, and made the world a better
place.Thank you, Donny and Marie.
Two different years I bought tickets for their show and booked a flight and
room to take my wife to see Donny and Marie for my wife's birthday. Both
times the show was cancelled just before the show. I will be glad when the run
is over so that I don't feel guilty about not trying to take my wife to
their show ever again.
I wouldn’t see them as their tickets are so expensive. I saw Marie in Iowa
several years ago and she put on a wonderful concert. Only thing bad about it
was that there were thunderstorms in progress. She did a great job.
@Weston JurneyThanks for taking the time to comment on a duo you
"apparently" don't care about it.
A class act. I've enjoyed them on TV in the 70's. Marie is my age so
it's about time to retire.
I recently drove all the way to Vegas to see the Moody Blues. For Donny and
Marie I wouldn't walk across the street.