Live Review: Rob Fusari

From the moment Rob Fusari triumphantly took the stage, he indubitably owned it, the stage, the audience, the world…..Beginning his sparkling and enchanting celebration of The Beatles with “Come Together”, it became unquestionably clear, that Rob was a true entertainer.

His effervescent delivery of each song he showcased, dazzled the crowd, as he continued his bewitching Beatle harmony with, “Here Comes The Sun”, “She Loves You”, “I Wanna Hold Your Hand”, Help”, and his epic grand finale “Let It Be”. He also performed some of his originals, such as “Paparazzi”, which invited the very essence of Fusari’s soul to become a strong part of the evening.

His emotionally captivating medley portraying what he believed it would be like for Beatle John Lennon and his son Julian to have an intimate conversation, brought down the proverbial house. It was a touching and riveting testimonial to fathers and sons everywhere.

In the midst of his performance, he surprised the congregation with a heart felt, precious tribute, honoring “Prince”, which allowed tears to flow freely, followed by a compelling rendition of “Purple Rain”, causing the fans to rise to their feet with a well deserved ovation.

I’ve watched Fuari’s well produced videos, and was instantly impressed by his passion and talent, however until this evening I didn’t understand just how talented he truly is. It would be quite easy to become addicted to Rob Fusari, his authenticity, his relevance.
Besides being a singer, producer, and songwriter, this guy can command those keys…..he effortlessly made Liberace, one of the greatest pianists to have ever lived, seem like a neophyte. His adorable band, all music students, complimented his arrangements.

Ultimately, Rob Fusari rocked the venue, and seduced the audience with his unique musical approach, his raging talent, and jubilant personality. It is a complete honor that he has agreed to perform at The Get Out Awards on June 1st at Boxers.

Eileen Shapiro

Best selling author of "The Star Trek Medical Reference Manual", and feature celebrity correspondent for Get Out Magazine, Louder Than War, and Huffington Post contributor, I've interviewed artists from Adam Ant, Cyndi Lauper, and Annie Lennox to Jennifer Hudson, Rick Springfield, LeAnn Rimes, and thousands in between. My interviews challenge the threat of imagination....

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