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Joss Stone – Midnight Train To Georgia

Joss Stone – Midnight Train To Georgia 

In addition to being an amazing singer, Joss Stone also can hold her own when it comes to performing live.  Such is the case with her performance “Live At The Roundhouse in London England in 2016. The setlist is impeccable, the energy is amazing, you can tell this gig had a special welcoming vibe.

Not only Joss but everyone is having such a great time, and not to mention that Joss Stone’s stage presence is just mesmerizing.  Furthermore, the tabla player easily integrated into the whole concert perfectly. As well as the sarod player being given a spotlight which makes for a more exciting sound! And then you have Nitin Sawhni playing what sounds like classical guitar riffs. And lastly, Joss and backing singers push a beautiful R&B vibe over the top of it. Well done!

Joss Stone 

Joss Stone doesn’t need you to tell her she has an amazing voice. She knows it. Her fans know it. Her band knows it. The young R&B singer’s stage presence oozes with the confidence that one would expect from a singer whose professional career began when she was barely a teenager.

She’s shared the stage with musical titans like Patti LaBelle, Gladys Knight, Donna Summer, Rod Stewart, Herbie Hancock, James Brown, and Stevie Wonder, and yet the list still goes on. Being a female vocalist with her abilities who can perform in the styles of soul, R&B, rock and blues, among others. The many comparisons to Janis Joplin are inevitable.

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