All Of You Caillat

August 16, 2011 by Post Team 

All Of You CaillatAll Of You Caillat, House of Blues Colbie Caillat organized charts and newcomer Andy grammar for a night of melodic songs, sure to leave you in a coma.
The soothing environment was not provided only by her music, but for its staging as well. The stage was dressed like a fortress, bohemian, with pillows and blankets, large flat colors that lay under the feet of the band. The Christmas tree lights hanging above the stage do not help with the dream was already harassed.

The sold out crowd left no room to enter the area of?? The floor leaving the balcony full of young people from 14 years to 56 years old.

“The Little Things” and “Realize” were the first to sing, which eventually earned her successful debut album “Coco” in 2007. Like her music, her personality on stage was easy going and sweet. He walked around the stage to hit every note perfectly better than he had in her records. Everything about her music and performance shouted (or rather whispered) cool, calm and serene.

“Begin Again” from her second album “Break Through”, also had two hits “Fallin ‘For You” and “I Never Told You,” which also makes Caillat.
After serenading guitarist, Justin Young, a happy birthday song singing a duet for the song “Lucky”, which was originally recorded with Jason Mraz.

Now, to clarify the confusion, her next song “I Do” is not telling us to get hooked, but if you ask me it seems that you like.

Her angelic voice and calm demeanor had the dark corner of the House of Blues for a seductive look real quick nap. But I could not take my eyes off her, so I stuck to my feet. The only disappointing result was that she just picked up her guitar twice, once for “The Little Things”, and again for their “last song”, “Fallin ‘For You”. Without doubt, this show was a real stress reliever. His voice was as peaceful as a lullaby. But some people do not exist by the time half the audience left came to an encore of their first hit “Bubbly”, as there was no room, the fans were dancing and singing along. Most of the effort of energy I have witnessed all night.

Now if you’re a fan of the best 20 Countdown VH1 in the early morning, after its more than likely that this individual has started the day with a glow of positivity. Andy Grammar has taken off with his single “Keep Your Head Up” from his debut album “Andy Grammar.” It is not just a tour with Colbie Natasha Bedingfield but also to promote their recently released album. “By Me” and “pocket” is played well, and his mood was happy and carefree enough to turn sh*t into gold.

When I hear ‘live’ the last word I’m thinking is a night of relaxation, so congratulations to Andy and you are probably Colbie only exception to this theory.

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