photos/review: Elle King live at The NorVa credit Gary Horton

By on April 10, 2016
Elle King live at The NorVa credit Gary Horton

Elle King Tour” live at The NorVa, Norfolk, VA April 5th 2016

Photos and review by: Gary Horton

The NorVa was in for a treat having Elle King playing for the first time at this venue. Opening performance was Horse Thief originally from Texas this youthful band had a good melodic sound and stage presence. Surly another good band to keep an eye out for. As they exited the stage you can hear the crowd ask for more. Next was what we eagerly waited for. The lights dim as the band walks onto the stage. Finally Elle steps up to the mic and begins with “Devil don’t go” you can hear she is moved by this song and the fans are frozen still listening to Elle sing. Followed with “Keeps”, “Can’t be loved” with short breaks in between to share some of her personal experiences, some funny and some sad ones in her life. She proceeded to play “Good to be a man” which was a result of of “an idiot who told me he was in love with me the first night we met”. She played songs of the pain and sorrows of romance with songs like “Make you smile” and Song of sorrow”. The night was young with more than a half dozen more songs she ended the night with “America’s Sweetheart” I want to say almost everyone was singing along with her as she sung her heart out like it was the first song in the set. We definitely had a great night with Elle and hope to see her back again real soon.

Elle King is not a new face to the stage. She has been singing since 1998 and has fine-tuned her vocals around a country, soul, rock and blues style


photos / review credit: Horton Photography / Rockonimages 



Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.