Ledisi’s packed-out show at London’s Scala last weekend was a treat for all lovers of real, live Soul, so if you missed it, feast on some great fan-shot live clips…
Pieces of Me
Those vocals!!! Come back soon, Ledisi!
Just a reminder that Ledisi is live in London this week!
Our girl will be playing her first UK show of the year at London’s Scala Friday Jan 20th, performing songs from her new album Pieces of Me!
Full info and tix booking here:
Not to be missed!
Many congratulations to Ledisi, who scored three major Grammy nominations last week for Pieces of Me.
Categories are :
Best R&B Performance – Pieces of Me
Best R&B Song – Pieces of Me
Best R&B Album – Pieces of Me
Don’t forget, our girl will be back in the UK for a one-off live date at London’s Scala, Jan 20th. Full info and booking deets here:
Following her recent sold-out show at London’s Bush Hall, Ledisi has announced her first UK show for 2012… on January 20th at The Scala.
Full deets and tix booking here:
Not to be missed!
Click on the link below to see some great shots by Life magazine of Eli ‘Paperboy’ Reed’s show at London’s Scala last night.
Check them out here:
Eli’s video for forthcoming single Come And Get It is here, and it funks out for real!
Watch it here:
Single and album, both titled Come And Get It drop in the UK this Monday coming May 10th!
Eli’s tour also kicks-off next Monday with a show at London’s Scala, with further dates in Manchester, Brighton, Birmingham, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Belfast and Dublin.
Full deets on Eli’s UK site, where you can also download album closer Explosion for free!
Finally, check out some press praise that our boy has been getting with the new record.
“Recognition flashes might suggest Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett or Sam Cooke but this is absorption and re-imagination not imitation. Surrounded by punchy horns [and] crackling guitar licks… this is one Paperboy who delivers” – Mojo
“By giving 60s soul a White Stripes like no-nonsense makeover he’s made an unholy racket that sounds like Rocket From The Crypt in a barroom brawl with the James Brown Band” – Classic Rock
“His voice has become a powerhouse somewhere between Al Green and Otis Redding… the horn-filled arrangements, his driving Stax-fuelled band and that voice carry him through” – Q
“Irresistible. And boy, the fellow can sing” – Uncut