Hollie Cook, The Wedgewood Rooms, review: '˜The summer vibes radiated from the stage'
It's an early start to tonight's show, but The Wedgewood Rooms filled up nicely for British reggae singer Hollie Cook on Saturday night.Â
Backed by the excellent General Roots, Hollie exudes confidence and style with a beaming smile and plenty of self described tropical pop reggae tunes.
Her voice reminiscentÂ of Janet Kay of the 1979 Silly GamesÂ fame, Hollie has developed her own sound and lovers rock groove.
Befitting the unseasonably mild October day, the summer vibes radiated from the stage with an infectious with a set if songs from her acclaimed third album Vessel of Love.
'Are you ready to party Portsmouth?' proclaimed the effervescent Hollie, clearly warming to the crowd who wereÂ well into the groove.
ThatÂ was the last night of an exhausting 82-date world tour, that took them to all four continents.Â
But the band and Hollie showed no signs of fatigue '“ they were all in a mood for celebration with champagne corks popping during the encores, hugeÂ smiles and big hugs all round.