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article imageReview: David Cook phenomenal at Gramercy Theatre in New York City Special

By Markos Papadatos     Nov 8, 2015 in Music
New York - On November 7, rock singer-songwriter David Cook performed a stellar concert at New York's Gramercy Theatre, and we was incredible.
Fellow singer-songwriter Andrew Ripp served as his opening act, and Cook performed songs from his newest album, Digital Vein, which Digital Journal described as a "charming" release.
Cook opened the show with the rocking "Heartbeat," as the stage was graced in red lights. His new songs included "Criminals," "Broken Windows"
He went on to express his gratitude to his fans, and noted that New York City has great pizza. "We love you back New York. I'm telling you. You guys have got beautiful women, somewhat inexpensive drinks and pizza everywhere. Holy cow," he said. "I should have put the pizza first. It's important to me, I'm sorry," Cook said with a sweet laugh.
Cook took his fans on a trip down memory lane with the infectious "Declaration." The highlight vocal of the evening was his emotional version of "Permanent," where he was able to rip his heart out of his body for about three and a half minutes, and allow his fans and audience members to hold it. It was a marvelous performance, and it showed that Cook is not afraid to showcase his vulnerability as an artist, as he belted out the high notes.
The Verdict
Overall, David Cook's live performance at Gramercy Theatre in New York was spectacular. He proved yet again that he is one of contemporary music's most underrated male performers, and American Idol winners. Cook and his band are worth seeing live whenever they are in town. His show garnered an A+.
To learn more about singing sensation David Cook and his music, check out his official website.
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