ODI at The Cellars, Eastney

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It was to be an entertaining night in Eastney when Irish singer/songwriters Odi came to Portsmouth as part of their Maslow’s Songbook album tour.

Sean Patrick Varndell opened the night with a brilliant set of classic covers, and was shortly followed by the traditional folk style of Chris Ricketts.

Up next was Live and Unsigned regional finalist LKV, whose soulful voice and heartfelt lyrics really captivated the intimate crowd.

The Day of the Rabblement put in a cracking performance.

Odi took to the stage and immediately showed us all just how good they are, with their blend of indie and folk.

Clair Odlums heavenly voice along with the acoustic strumming of Dave Redfearn had the cellars crowd in awe.

Songs such as Superman, Something Beautiful and their new single One in a Million went down a treat and were each met with a chorus of whistles, cheers and applause.

Odi closed with a cover of Green Day’s Good Riddance (Time of You Life) bringing an end to a folking good night.