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Demi Lovato Thrills Packed Crowd at Cleveland’s The Q Arena

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Cleveland ,OH - The Q Arena in Cleveland played host to thousands of screaming fans last night . Demi Lovato , the platinum selling recording artist , actress and former X factor judge brought her “ Neon Lights “ tour to the North Coast and left many smiles in its wake . This was the first time I had the opportunity to experience what she can do live and she did not disappoint . Her vocal range and musicianship ( yes she played the acoustic guitar herself on occasion ) really left a great impression . The set started with “ Heart Attack and Remember December “ and proceeded to surprise and delight the audience for almost 20 songs . The duet with Cher Lloyd on “ Really Don’t Care “ really stood out and the soft beautiful “ Nightingale “ was one of my favorites . The mega hit “ Made In The USA “ really got the crowd jumping and “ Catch Me “ was a soft and subtle hit with crowd . Many other songs followed but surprise is what’s best at a show and I do not want to ruin the evening for everyone . I will give a sneak peak the encores were “ Give Your Heart a Break “ and “ Skyscraper “ for which the high pitch screams of the crowd were deafening .This talented and amazing young woman is not just a pop princess but a bona fide musical artist that amazes and delights fans both young and old . The opening acts were Cher Lloyd who I expect great things from in the future and Fifth Harmony who held there own as well . To keep up with all things Demi Lovato please visit her official site at


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