Sensational Sonia Rao performs this weekend at the Witzend in Venice tonight, and she has an epic act to follow, as Danni Rosner rocked Thursday night. Having been on The Voice, rocking Rao, like Danni Rosner, Brent Michelle, Shani, Max Lugavere, Julia Price and more, also just performed on the innovative online "Artists in the Plus On Air Music Festival."
Danni Rosner Thursday night moved forward on her strong continued upward trajectory. Better yet, she shared her thoughts and feelings on this immediately after the show.
Her residency is already on a great track, as she opened her current wonderful Witzend series of Thursday shows with a powerful performance that was truly exceptional on every level. Always a great musician and an engaging performer, Rosner attracts audiences with her combination of talent and dynamic energy.
Rosner's enthusiastic and genuine personality also reflects the thoughtful songwriter's mind behind the impressive stage presence. She speaks with a definitive sense of both fun and of human connection with her audience. A great balance is found in this combination. She speaks with relaxed pleasure about the evening in exclaiming, "Tonight was epic! It's an honor to play with an all-star band, we have such a good time together on stage - even when we're playing a brand new song that's never been played live before. I'm so excited for the next four Thursdays we have lined up and can't wait to celebrate one of them with the release of a new single!"
Rosner has added a increasingly polished quality to the lively performances, suggesting she is still getting even better as a dynamic, captivating pop singer. Her music credentials, always impeccable, allow for a virtuoso combination of styles. She showcased her bluesy love of rock by opening with the Allman Brothers' "Midnight Rider," bringing in some serious funk on Ray LaMontagne's "Repo Man," and closing with a poignant Rolling Stones cover in singing "Wild Horses." In between were the beautifully crafted originals, a powerful batch of tracks from Rosner's classic album "West," as well as two intriguing and different new tracks: "Rocket Ship" and "Didn't Mean It That Way." They sounded fresh and captured the crowd. They also were very tightly performed for being songs that are just newly debuted to the live audience. The buzz for Rosner's upcoming new album is already in the air.
More fantastic frequencies are heading your way.