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article imageReview: Natasha Bedingfield puts on glorious show at Jones Beach Theater Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jun 14, 2017 in Music
Wantagh - On June 14, British songstress Natasha Bedingfield performed at Jones Beach Theater, where she shared the stage with O.A.R. and rock band Train, as part of their "Play That Song" tour.
Bedingfield took the stage promptly at 7 p.m., and greeted her Jones Beach audience. She kicked off her set with the laid-back and carefree "You're Welcome." "You're just amazing," she told the fans. "Welcome. Come on in," she added, and she had them clapping along to her upbeat tune.
"Jones Beach. I love that we are starting the party together. Tonight is going to be about music, and letting go," she said, prior to praising the venue for being "beautiful." She continued with the mellow and sassy "These Words," which was followed by an inspirational verse from Bob Marley's "One Love." She continued with "Best of Me Yet," where she praised the fans for looking "mighty fine tonight."
She encouraged the audience to stand up for the next song, which was her smash single "Pocketful of Sunshine," which resonated well with the fans. "This is your night," she exclaimed, and immediately broke into "Love Like This," which she incorporated as a crowd sing-along, and they were clapping along.
Equally remarkable was her medley of verses from Bruno Mars' "Just The Way You Are," coupled with Chaka Khan's "Ain't Nobody."
"Thank you so much for hanging out with me early. Did you know I'm British?" she said, prior to encouraging her listeners to follow her on Instagram. She also noted that it is an absolute pleasure for her to share the stage with O.A.R. and Train.
After "Weightless," she closed her set with her signature tune, her Grammy-nominated "Unwritten," as purple lights dimmed from the stage. She displayed her impressive pipes, and it featured a refreshing a cappella ending.
"Thank you," she said, graciously. "Have fun tonight," she added. Later in the night, Natasha Bedingfield returned during Train's set, where she sang a special duet of "Bruises" with front-man Pat Monahan.
The Verdict
Overall, Natasha Bedingfield was amazing at the Jones Beach Theater on Long Island. She showcased her warm personality, and her vocals were sultry and angelic. Most importantly, she let her music speak for itself. Whoever has yet to see Bedingfield perform live in concert is truly missing out. Her live set earned five out of five stars.
To learn more about Natasha Bedingfield and her touring schedule, check out her official website and Facebook page.
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