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Chantal Kreviazuk

by Archives March 7, 2007 0 comment

Chantal Kreviazuk conquered the stage at Spectrum de Montreal on Friday, March 2.

From the moment that I stepped into Spectrum, the atmosphere was already set for a night of brilliant music. It was an intimate experience sitting at closely arranged tables, sipping drinks under romantically dimmed lighting.

Whether you were with someone special or just hanging out with a friend, the show was definitely enjoyable and worth seeing. Chantal’s vocals were stronger than ever and revisited the fact that there is nothing comparable to a live show with the artist in the flesh.

Not only did Chantal rock the venue with tracks from her latest album Ghost Stories including “All I Can Do” and “Wonderful”, but she also blew the audience away with songs such as “In this Life”, “Time” and an unplugged version of “Far Away”. Moreover, Chantal performed “Leaving on a Jet Plane” with her son in her arms which made it more of a family affair.

Raine Maida, her husband, opened the show with several tracks from his solo album Love Hope Hero. Raine also performed a lighter version of “Innocent” which made everyone in the audience reminisce about the good old ‘Our Lady Peace’ days.

Chantal thanked her ‘favourite audience’ with more of her classics “Before You”, “Surrounded”, and “Feels Like Home”. It was surely a night to remember.

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