Wednesday, February 1, 2012

"Karaoke" Together Rod Stewart

"Karaoke" Together Rod Stewart

British legendary vocalist Rod Stewart (67) at the Plenary Hall, Jakarta Convention Center (JCC), Tuesday, Indonesia (31/01/2012) night, has dissolved the audience in nostalgia with songs lawasnya ever exploded in the 1970s - the 1980s. The audience was made by Stewart seemed to karaoke together in a concert titled "The Greatest Hits Tour" is.

At the beginning of the show, along with female backing singers and band supporters, a man named Roderick David Stewart was born to make Plenary Hall boisterous when presenting "Love Train" as an opener. He then proceeded to "Tonight's The Night".

Stewart greets the enthusiasts of his music while bantering."Thank ksaih, welcome to this concert. Fabulous You line up out there. We even got here it took two hours, but that does not mean it (congestion and queues) destroy our night," said Stewart, who remained energetic in his age, just prior to "Having A Party" digelindingkannya. Not a concert of "The Greatest Hits Tour" name if the audience did not sing along to.

Furthermore, Stewart presents "It's a Heartache", which are mixed with the arrangements of the country complete with violin and saxophone as a marinade, before the audience "karaoke" together on the songs "Some Guys Have All the Luck" and "The First Cut is the Deepest ". Afterward, the audience to "rest" when "Baby Jane" was launched by Stewart.

"I Do not Want to Talk About It", the most eagerly awaited, finally sung also by Stewart. Again, the rest of the Plenary Hall to sing along. The audience, which bertiket of USD 1.5 million to Rp 15 million per sheet went back like a karaoke.

In these performances, inserting Stewart joked, when introducing one by one band of supporters to the audience. "If it had been a drummer my two, the next is the music player on the Titanic," said Stewart introduced violinist, bass, and saxophone, which faithfully accompanied him since the beginning of the concert.

In a two-hour show, the acoustic session did not escape. From "Have I Told You Lately", "Reason to Believe", "Rainy Night in Georgia" to "Ooh La La" to warm the atmosphere that night.Finished singing to the accompaniment of musical acoustics, Stewart re-heating kosner with songs that carry the spirit of rock n 'roll.

"We're going to the most different kinds of music at the concert tonight," said Stewart before "Sweet Little Rock 'N' Roller" and "Rhythm of My Heart" is present in the middle of the audience.Peak, the show ended with the song "Sailing" and "Shake Your Money Maker".


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