Son Little – Doe Paoro – Fairfield Theatre Company – 9-19-2017

Son Little
Doe Paoro
Fairfield Theatre Company
9-19-2017

We received advance reports of musical excellence from last weekend’s Grand Point North festival through music curator/promoter Pamnationregarding Aaron Earl Livingston, better known by his stage persona #SonLittle.Direct from #Philly, influenced by rhythm & blues and soul, he’s also in tune with modern indie sounds which he shows by adding his own special flavor to the mix. With all this in mind, The Music Matters gave themselves no choice but to be at #FairfieldTheatreCompany‘s #StageOnelast evening for a most memorable night.

Up first was #DoePaoro, singer/songwriter originally from Syracuse, now based in Los Angeles. A wondrously exquisite voice, She performed a heartfelt set which included favorites like “Born Whole” from her 2012 release “Slow to Love” through her current single “Fading Into Black”. All of which was certainly well received by an appreciative audience.

Next up, headliner for the evening Son Little. The man had the ladies swooning with tunes like “O Me O My” and “Blue Magic” from his latest album “New Magic” which was just released last week. His 75 minute set so compelling and engaging. Thankfully at the urge of an exuberant audience he came out for three encore tunes. This blogger’s advice? See him now so as he grows into larger venues, you can share with fans you saw him then.

Please #follow both these artists on tour, and of course through social media. Feel free to #comment and #share your thoughts

More on Son Little: https://www.facebook.com/SonLittleMusic/
More on Doe Paoro: http://doepaoro.com/

#indie#indierock#indiesoul#futuresoul#risingtothetop#themusicmatters#pamnation

 

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