The Musical Journey Continues … from wild romance to heartache and ecstasy!
On Monday 23rd March 2015, after a sold out performance at the Purcell Room, Southbank Centre in January, Miel returned to the stage; this time selling out The Crazy Coqs, an intimate and unique cabaret & performance venue, in an extraordinary Art Deco setting at the Zedel Brasserie, London.The Crazy Coqs, named “London’s most exquisite cabaret venue” by Beige Magazine, perfectly suited Miel and her talented band as she performed her collection of beautifully reinterpreted French chansons as well as her own lyrical material from her debut album, ‘Magnetic’.
The evening was, once again, a night to remember. Miel took her audience on a journey with a depth of emotion that shines through in her passionate songwriting - from wild romance to heartache, joy and pure ecstasy.
To match the nature of the venue, Miel’s performance was an intimate one with only a four-man band supporting Miel on the smaller stage. Mark Cherrie, Miel’s regular steel pan player, then joined the band on stage to play on Miel’s interpretations of 'La Java Bleue' and 'Je ne Regrette Rien'.
80 guests in the sold out venue were treated to live versions of Bad Men, Birds Without Borders and a particularly poignant version of ‘Ne me quitte pas’ from the newly released Magnetic. New to the live show was Miel’s performance of ‘Ta façon d’être’, her French translation of ‘The way you look tonight’ and the much appreciated encore of ‘Nobody does it better’, which Miel dedicated to the audience.
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Magnetic is now available to order from iTunes and Amazon.