Nelly Furtado puts on a great show. Perfect set list from the new album and past albums and a fantastic cover of Gnarls Barkley's 'Crazy'. There were a bunch of people that crowded the stage to take pictures of themselves, trying to get Nelly Furtado in the background. LAME! Nokia Live at Grand Prairie is a fantastic venue for a show. Looking forward to seeing many more concerts there.
Our seats were perfect. The performers knew their talents and focused on them. They showed great love for the crowd.
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She gave all she had!
The price for the tickets were reasonable. I am on a budget. I had a blast my best friends birthday was on that day she cried.
Marked with a downright affinity for Nelly Furtado post “Like a Bird”-fame, I was surprised and delighted her set list stuck to both “Loose” and the much under- promoted and given-a-chance “Folklore”. With just one or two songs from her first claim to fame album, Nelly focused on what I feel are songs that showcase her knack for song writing, showmanship, and riffs. True-blue Furtado fans knowingly appreciate her metamorphose from plain-jane pop chanteuse to forethoughtful singer-songwriter. However, there are always those few errant followers, who never heard a cut from “Folklore”-- arguably Furtado’s best work yet. Still while those selections from “Loose” had attendees off their seats and fixated, it was the sultry sounds from “Folklore” that had couples cuddling and gazing lovingly at one another. Now if only they will actually buy the album and give it a chance!
Furtado’s voice has often-times been described as wispy at best and though I agree, there is something to be said about the presence she commands onstage these days. Her dancers helped in this department though they were often times erratic and aimless as they gyrated from stage left to stage right and back again – with their only true star being a gorgeous blonde dancer full of so much panache she some times overshadowed Nelly’s presence on stage. Still, thankfully, Nelly left much of the choreography to the dancers and focused on the songs at hand.
All in all, Furtado has succeeded in melding true singer-songwriting craftsmanship with pop and danceable offerings. One can tell she is still grappling with perfect marrying of the two. Though the ubiquitous struggle of many pop artists and though there is a sense she has a ways to go, one thing is true: Furtado is well on her way in the right direction.
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