The roads were wide open as Miguel, singer and song writer from California, prepared his North American travels. The success of his album, War & Leisure, had landed the “Sky Walker” singer on a sold-out tour back in the spring and he’s doing it all over again this summer. Once again, Miguel has invited us to “Come Through and Chill” for The Ascension Tour.
Toronto native and OVO Sound artist, DVSN is a special guest through the tour. DVSN is a mysterious R&B act that has created a consistent buzz over the past year. The duo, yes, more than 1 person, includes Nineteen85 and lead vocalist, Daniel Daley. Daniel took the stage to start the night off. An extremely impressive singing voice echoed throughout the theatre. It was one of the most genuine voices in music today. He would sing hits that fans sang along to and also, songs belonging to other artists. Usher’s “You Got It Bad,” and Beyoncé’s verse on “Until The End of Time” were a few songs he would perform.
Screaming women packed the room and awaited the moment they came for. The lights dimmed and at last, it was time for Miguel’s return to Connecticut. Similar to the War & Leisure Tour, Miguel started the night with “Criminal,” the first song on the album. A bright visual display lit the stage and his loyal live band performed by his side. A nice touch to the tour this time around was the 4 back up dancers that joined him on stage.
The sexual and also soulful music of Miguel’s is something that R&B music has been lacking for some time now. All vocals and extreme skill define who Miguel is. No special effects or auto-tune are used to alter his voice when making his records. In this generation of musicians, it’s something that should be appreciated. Many times Miguel has been tested. He continues to prove himself and excel as an elite artist in music. If you get a chance to see Miguel in concert, don’t pass up the opportunity.
You might also like
More from Concerts
The Weeknd has announced his new headline world tour, The After Hours Tour, starting June 11th on the heels of his …