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article imageReview: Nickelback lackluster at Jones Beach Theater on Long Island Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 2, 2017 in Music
Wantagh - On July 1, Canadian rock group Nickelback headlined the Jones Beach Theater on Long Island, as part of their "Feed the Machine Tour."
Chris Daughtry and his namesake rock band, Daughtry, warmed up the stage for Nickelback, and they did an awesome job, however, the same can't be said for Nickelback when they took the stage.
For the most part, Nickelback's songs were lackluster and forgettable. The only noteworthy moments was when they performed "If Today Was Your Last Day," "Hero," "Rockstar" and the infectious "Photograph," where images of photographs displayed on the giant televised screens, and it was perhaps the fan-favorite song of the night, garnering the loudest response.
The only other highlight performance was their signature song, "How You Remind Me," which they performed as their third and final encore tune.
The Verdict
Overall, Nickelback's concert at Jones Beach had a lot of potential, but it just never got to a higher level. It was overly boring, monotone at times, and redundant. Out of their 20-song set, only five were remarkable. The band lacked solid stage presence, and their CDs and recordings are better than their live shows. Their lights and visuals of the stage were far better than the actual show. Their Jones Beach concert in New York garnered two out of five stars.
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