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article imageReview: Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Jeff Beck electrifies The Paramount Special

By Markos Papadatos     Apr 18, 2015 in Music
Huntington - On April 17, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Jeff Beck performed a sold-out show at The Paramount, and he was able to rock the electric guitar.
This marked his third consecutive concert at The Paramount in three days. As he took the stage, he was met with a tremendous response from the audience. He sported his sunglasses and played with his full band. Jimmy Hall, who is the lead singer of the southern rock band Wet Willie, lent his lead vocals on the bluesy and classic tunes, and he also played the harmonica.
His set-list included such incredible guitar numbers as "Loaded," "Nine," where the stage was graced in red and green lights, as well as "You Know You Know."
Beck continued with "Hammerhead," "Morning Dew," "Why Give It Away" and an empowering rendition of "A Change Is Gonna Come" that would have made Sam Cooke proud. "Yemin" was equally impressive.
Many of the songs that he nailed tonight will be on his forthcoming studio album, Jeff Beck Live+, which will be released on May 5. It is safe to say that after his performance at The Paramount, all music fans ought to check his upcoming CD out.
The Verdict
Overall, Jeff Beck was a true guitar king at The Paramount. He allowed all of his band members to showcase their talent throughout the show, and they proved to be at the top of their game, instrumentally. Hall delighted thanks to his sultry vocals. Several of their vocals featured neat psychedelic backgrounds. Jeff Beck's show garnered an A rating.
For more information on Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Jeff Beck and his tour dates, check out his official website.
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