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Review: Bieber vs. Timberlake tribute takes place at Mulcahy’s Pub in NY (Includes first-hand account)

The Larger Than Life boys were joined by Amy Connerley and John Wagner. They were able to tip their hats to such greats as Justin Timerlake and Justin Bieber. They opened their set with “SexyBack,” where all four musicians showcased their impressive dance moves and Ortega fit the Timberlake part with his outfit, and nailed the vocals.

It was followed by Timberlake’s “Like I Love You,” as well as “Beauty and Beat,” where Jehnert sang lead as a duet with Connerley taking on the part of Nicki Minaj. They immediately broke into the sultry “As Long As You Love Me,” and Bieber’s “Boyfriend.”


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switched up the pace with Timberlake’s “My Love” and “Until the End of Time.” It was great to hear Connerley sing lead on Britney Spears’ “I’m a Slave For You,” which she performed with Wagner.

Other noteworthy hits by the Justin artists included “Cry Me a River,” “What Do You Mean?” “Love Yourself,” “Where Are you Now,” as well as “Suit and Tie,” “Rock Your Body,” “Gone,” “Sorry,” “Mirrors” and “Baby.”

No Edvin Ortega show is complete without a Larger Than Life medley, so they brought out band-mates Toly Rod and Devin Peacock, where they performed a 10 minute boyband mega-mix, coupled with Michael Jackson’s “The Way You Make Me Feel.”

The Verdict

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Overall, “Bieber vs. Timberlake” is another feather in Edvin Ortega’s cap. All four musicians were able to deliver. Hopefully, there will be more Timberlake and Bieber tribute shows in the near future. They never disappoint.

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