Gabrielle Aplin

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GABRIELLE APLIN is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 8.
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What people are saying about Gabrielle Aplin

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great gig One of the best gigs in my life. I love gabrielle and this was the first time I saw her live and she was amazing.
Date published: 2015-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A coming of age Went with a fellow Aplin fan, and we were not disappointed, this was one of the first times that she had performed some of her new tracks live, from her long awaited second album, Light up the Dark, a genuinely emotional time for her playing at Wilston's Music Hall, the Venue where she first got signed, This was a sentimental milestone that came across in her performance, with real genuine emotions that echoed in the delivery of her new tracks. There was an increase in maturity in the music as she begins to experiment with new genres and styles, break free from the style that made her a household name, a true sign of this was that Power of Love wasn't even on the set list... just echoing the developments she made of late.
Date published: 2015-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing!! Somehow even better live She sounded brilliant. Her voice was perfect and the songs live were incredible. She had a full band with her (incl. a violin) and did some old songs in a slightly different style (which was an improvement) and did a few songs on her own on guitar and then at the end with just a piano and violin which was really good. Saw her at the Albert Hall, incredible venue - such a good gig overall! Definitely recommend going if you can
Date published: 2016-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gabrielle Aplin at The Rescue Rooms I went to see Gabrielle Aplin with my 17 year old son at the rescue rooms in Nottingham. We had seen Hudson Taylor previously so we're looking forward to them being in the band. From the get go Gabrielle s voice was spotless and pure. I had worn out the 1 st album and had only briefly listened to the new one... But was mesmerised by each song. There was a fab mix of ages in the room and everyone was carried along with her effortless voice and songs. Amazing night
Date published: 2015-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beyond talented Seeing Gabrielle Aplin live is something quite hard to explain. She is beyond talented, and every single time I see her she leaves me speechless. Her music is, as always, perfect; and when she performs in such a small venues as she is used to play, it makes it so intimate and powerful... And she is funny and weird, which is extra points for her.
Date published: 2015-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great New Era It was Gabrielle's first show in London before her album launched. She played her old songs, as well as some new ones. Also the Band she played with was great and they were all really talented musicians. I really enjoyed the concert.
Date published: 2015-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Saw her in Wiltons music hall. Lovely venue and brilliant concert an intimate gig. Would defiantly recommend going to see her .
Date published: 2015-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful gig! The concert had a wonderful opening: Gabrielle on her own accompanying herself on acoustic guitar and seen in silhouette, fully revealing her rich and powerful voice. I’ve seen Gabrielle four times now – and am going to see her again this month in Sheffield! – and she’s always a delight in concert: she has a beautiful and subtle voice with a great range and, in live performance, sings with even greater passion and intensity; she likes to engage with the audience, smiles a lot, is so natural and at ease and clearly enjoys performing. When I saw her last October I wondered where the new musical style was taking her, as she seemed to be moving from indie folk / folk pop more into pure pop, and I felt there were not enough memorable tunes. However, this concert dispelled all my doubts: she did perform with a much bigger band - violin, percussion, two guitars, vocalist and keyboard - but the sound was very impressive and, importantly, did not drown her voice, the balance being perfect; and the new songs from her latest album have also really grown on me as I have listened to them more. She was perhaps a little in awe at performing in such a large venue - previous venues I’ve seen her in were much smaller, especially the Deaf Institute in Manchester last October -and she commented after her third song: “Wow! What an amazing room! I can’t believe I haven’t performed here before.” Maybe the size of the venue led her to have a little less chat between songs and less engagement with the audience, but she still came across as a very natural and genuine performer, for example confessing before she sang the Dave Bower cover, “I’m very nervous: I’ve never played this before.” This was a really enjoyable gig and I hope her performing in bigger venues to larger audiences does not affect her easy naturalness on stage.
Date published: 2016-02-02
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