…With tracks such as Pretty Things, Dark Angel, The Cure For Pain, the outstanding Independence Day, the true beauty that presented itself in the form of Matador, Woman on the Wheel and the homage to a place in which became a central hub for Humanity in Idlewild, Ms. Peters’ commanded and enthralled, spoke gently but was passionate in every single drop of verbal delivery and the Epstein crowd responded in kind.
It is not every day that the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame is represented on stage in Liverpool but when that day comes it is seized with grateful heart.
An absolute explosion of heartfelt and abundant music, offered in full, treated with glowing respect. Some musicians just radiate that type of warmth.
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