Friday, 10 December 2010

GIG REVIEW: Melanie Fiona At The Luminaire, London


Monday night saw the UK welcome back to its shores the incredible talent that is Melanie Fiona. Following her first ever headlining show in London at the Jazz Café back in July, the Canadian songstress returned to grace another London stage; this time at The Luminaire.
Melanie performed tracks from her critically acclaimed debut album The Bridge such as Sad Songs and Give it to Me Right, opening the show with one of the more recent tracks, Ay Yo. After successfully amping the crowd, the singer decided to get a bit more comfortable taking off her jacket and hat for a more intimate session with her audience.
Paying homage to the late Bob Marley, Melanie performed one of his classics, Every Little Thing is Gonna Be Alright, encouraging the audience to sing along with her, much to their delight!
Speaking of her forthcoming album, The MF Life, she even gave fans an exclusive performance of a track off the album which she said had never been performed in the US or the UK before.
A clearly passionate performer whose vocal ability will never fail to amaze, Melanie pulled off an amazing show that left fans truly craving for more.
Melanie’s sophomore album The MF Life is due for release in early 2011.

By Casey Elisha

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