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article imageReview: Lucy Hale dazzles at Nash FM studio performance in New York Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 2, 2014 in Music
New York - On July 2, country singer Lucy Hale, best-known for her acting work on "Pretty Little Liars," performed at Nash FM 94.7's studio in New York City.
The country songstress played for an intimate group of fans at the radio station's conference room. This mini-concert was in support of her new album Road Between.
Acclaimed Nash FM media personality Jesse Addy made the opening remarks, and moderated a question and answer session that followed with the fans.
Hale commenced her set with her breakthrough radio single, her uplifting tune "You Sound Good To Me," which was well-received. She was accompanied by a three-piece band that consisted of such instruments as guitar, violin and percussion. Towards the last chorus, she had the audience clapping along with her.
She admitted that having 10 millions followers on all of her social networks is rather scary, yet she is appreciative of all the support from her fans, which she affectionately calls "Halers." As a result, she noted that she spends a great deal of her time interacting with them on social media, with Instagram being her favorite.
The 25-year-old singer continued with "Nervous Girls," the song that she claimed as her personal favorite from her newest CD, especially since it contains her favorite lyric on the album, "I'm beautifully strong, and tragically confused," which she feels is autobiographical for her. During this song, her violinist switched to acoustic guitar and her percussion player switched to shakers. Her performance was delicate, featuring her gorgeous, angelic vocals.
While the majority of the people know her for acting, Hale revealed that "music is her favorite thing in the world," and she thanked her mother for making everything possible in her life, and she dubbed her as "the most selfless person" one may meet in life.
One of the most impromptu moments of her show was when she surprised her percussionist and sang "Happy Birthday" to him, with the help of the studio audience, who joined in on backing vocals.
She continued her set with "Lie a Little Better," which she introduced as her second single from her debut studio effort. It featured soaring background vocals from her band, and judging from this live vocal, it is a keeper.
Following her performance, she was gracious enough to take some time to meet with her fans and pose for photographs with them.
In addition to Addy, Nash FM 94.7 is known for such esteemed radio personalities as Kelly Ford, Shawn Parr and Blair Garner, the latter of which hosts "America's Morning Show."
The Verdict
Overall, Lucy Hale put on a great mini-concert at Nash FM's studio in the heart of New York City. Her vocals were warm and soothing, and her show garners an A rating. It is no wonder that she made Digital Journal's "Top 10 Female Country Singers To Watch in 2014" list.
For more information on Lucy Hale and her music, visit her official website.
To read my recent interview with Lucy Hale, click here.
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