I was not sure if I would enjoy a Legends Show as I had never attended one in the past. I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed it. The show I saw featured Elton John, Shania Twain, Stevie Wonder, Madonna and the Blues Brothers. Elton John did quite a few songs and did his part to generate some energy in the audience. Shania Twain had a beautiful voice. Stevie Wonder was great. He not only had all the mannerisms of the Legend but also sounded just like him. Madonna did a good job engaging the audience. I'm not a fan of her voice or music but the performer really did well to entertain me. My favorite part of the show was the Blues Brothers. These guys were awesome. For each of the performers they had large screens of the side of the stage showing the actual Legends performing. It was uncanny how the Blues Brothers looked exactly like the Legends on the screens not only in appearance but in every dance step and motion. And the harmonica play of the Dan Aykroyd character was great. The finale in which all the performers were on the stage was excellent. And kudos to the background singers and dancers. Their high energy helped the show. My only complaint was the show should have been a little longer. It only ran for about 75 minutes. I would have expected at least another 15 minutes of performances. The performers were all available after the show at the back of the theater to sign autographs and have pictures taken with them. They all seemed very personable so that was also a nice touch.