From The Glasshouse. 13.4.22. The Sage.

Picking up for their third outing, the dynamic line ups from local event From The Glasshouse have remained consistently strong across their shows.  Full of inspiring young artists, with different musical backgrounds, tonight’s show maintains that high bar, blending showcases by local talent with an enthusiastic audience.   Opener Jamilah starts the show with a cool breeze, performing lovely acoustic soul/rn’b with a naturally gifted voice. Set closer Not My Only, with its Michael Jackson sample stands, out with it’s well constructed pop. 
Next up, Dayna Leadbitter heads straight to the top of the one to watch list with a pop/rock set which shines with the confidence of a genuine pop star in the making.  Recent track Time’s Up sparkles with the help of Leadbitter’s three-piece band who provide a musical support for Leadbitter to prowl and sing like a panther.  It’s a superb set.

Those who’ve seen headliner Kay Greyson will be aware of her trajectory as an artist that keeps growing.  Tonight’s standouts Pretend, Hold, and Call the Police as well as recent remixes of Carly Simon and Adele, showcase the level of stage craft, confidence and ability Greyson now holds.  Complete with background break dancers, and some scintillating stand up comedy, Greyson’s set is impeccable.  Great work by From The Glasshouse again. 

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