PICTURES: Paloma Faith at Plymouth Pavilions, review by Rebecca Ricks
Paloma Faith made her return to the city louder, jazzier and more impressive than ever.
The star's voice filled Plymouth Pavilions auditorium with her band of extraordinarily talented musicians - but not before self-confessing to the crowd she forgot which part of Devon she was in.
The set comprised of her latest hits including Picking up the Pieces, Just Be whilst taking us back to the late noughties with some of her earlier tunes like Stonecold Sober, New York and Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful.
Paloma's music appeals to all ages with children as young as six or seven and even pensioners in the audience.
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A world away from crooners like Frank Sinatra she revives the art. For me she makes jazz new, vibrant and simply cool.
Fans of her latest album Fall To Grace need to see the 31-year-old in action. Her voice is as good, if not better, than the recorded tracks.
And one for wacky fashions she didn't let us down with her wacky costume and crazy hair. There was a feeling of sophisticated Gaga about her look.
Last at the Pavilions in 2010 the singer hasn't grown too big for her boots like some artists and returned to the South West with a banquet of delectable songs for thousands of hungry ears.