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Eve Selis at Bury Met

Eve Selis at Bury Met

Last night at Bury Met, an intimate venue, north of Manchester played host again to yet another huge talent: Eve Sellis Eve has received much acclaim following her endorsement by Radio 2's Bob Harris.

On the strength of last night’s concert, it is definitely well justified. Indeed, she proved that she is one of those rare artists who sound even better live, than recorded; as great as her recordings are.

Ably supported by the lovely and very young Sara Petite plus a small group of seasoned, excellent, musicians, Eve completely enthralled her adoring audience by taking them on a wonderful journey through her most recent album 'Family Tree'. Apart from the title track, other standout numbers included, 'Bump in the Road', 'Any day' and a stunning performance of the Leonard Cohen classic 'Hallelujah'.

Eve is also a stunning- looking woman who moved beautifully, despite her several references to being Menopausal. Relaxed and funny, Eve Selis was truly impressive and a return visit is a must for me and I am sure the rest of last night’s audience.

Please try to see her next time around.

Published: 13-Jul-2012 (1385)

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