Saturday, 12 July 2014

Bec Laughton


On Thursday night I swang by the Toff in Town with my friends Ross to see a very young artist, that came finalist in the song writing competition for young artists in Nashville and the New York independent music awards and performed at SXSW in 2013. On her first time at this Melbourne institution, Bec Laughton found herself with the challenge of a half full venue, but nevertheless she performed as if it was a sold-out show, and complemented it with a bit of improvisation, TV cartoon tunes and some side-entertainment from a few of her friends that came down to Curtin House  on the night.

The show was pretty intimate and Bec delivered. It was a great show, some songs were great radio hits and I only wished I could have seen a bit more of the show-off glamour that she portrayed during the USA tour. The back-up band was extremely talented, specially a really young guitar player and a jazz-influenced bassist that were helping Bec grooving the night.

We had a drink, took some good photos and Ross ended buying a CD, so I can say we had a really good time. We are really looking forward to see the next exciting projects from Bec Laughton, and the way her career evolves over the next few years.

Thanks for reading.







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