Loreena McKennitt tour

#celtic, folk, new age, female vocalists, ethereal
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About Loreena McKennitt

Canadian singer and composer Loreena McKennitt is self-managed, self-produced and head of her own record label - Quinlan Road. In a recording career spanning three decades, McKennitt's “eclectic Celtic” music has won critical acclaim worldwide and gold, platinum and multi-platinum sales awards in fifteen countries across four continents. Her most successful record is 1997's "The Book of Secrets", which spun off the single "The Mummers' Dance", a surprise hit on American Top 40 and alternative rock radio. (Last.fm)

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Loreena McKennitt reviews

Seeing Loreena McKennitt at the London Palladium was a breathtaking experience. The inside had amazing architecture and it was filled to the brim. I was on the upper circle. She performed some tracks I've never heard before and sang poems to the music. Caroline Lavenne played 3 different instruments and with such finesse. I loved their improvs on some songs, especially on the Cello, that vibrato was just gorgeous. It was a 3 hour show but honestly I was so enamored that they flew by so fast that by the end I didn't want it to end. When she was saying goodbye the audience did a standing ovation and she came back and performed 3 more songs! The only thing I regret is not getting a tiket earlier. I could have been sitting right next to her if I booked my ticket back then. My vision is bad so I couldn't make out the stage that well. There was also no meet and greet after the show. I really wanted to talk to her and just thank her for what she does and express my views on her spirituality, and perhaps take a photo with her but the security wouldn't allow us on stage. Oh well I hope to see her live in the future, apparently this was her first live show in London since 2012. She also made several jokes which me and the audience laughed at, she has a very light hearted personality. One of the strings on her Harp also broke so she had to use a different one until that one got restringed so she performed something else in the meantime and she said "Well we're in London let's perform Green Sleeves".
It was ok i guess
It was great but I didn't get to meet her in person, wasn't allowed on stage or on the first floor after the venue ended. Was disappointed with that, wanted to talk to her or get a photo. She did play for more than she promised which is good. Lovely concert.