CONCERT REVIEW: Blake Rose Plays The Echo in LA

Aussie native Blake Rose at The Echo in Los Angeles, CA, last night as part of his exhilarating ‘Suddenly Okay’ tour. From the moment he took the stage, Blake captivated the audience with his exceptional talent, effortlessly transitioning between guitar, bass, drums, and piano, showcasing his versatility as a musician.

Despite it being a Monday night, the energy in the venue was palpable, fueled not only by Blake’s magnetic presence but also by the enthusiastic crowd who elevated the atmosphere to new heights.

Kicking off the show with the infectious ‘Rollerblades,’ Blake had fans singing along to every word, setting the tone for an unforgettable night. Each subsequent song was a masterclass in lyricism and melody, captivating listeners with its brilliance and depth. Blake’s performances were infused with energy and personality, as he engaged with the audience, donning a pair of fans’ sunglasses and even venturing into the midst of the crowd for not one, but two songs.

One standout moment was during ‘Movie,’ a poignant and introspective track that delves into themes of self-reflection and existential questioning. Blake’s heartfelt delivery struck a chord with the audience, prompting moments of deep contemplation amidst the pulsating energy of the night.

The energy reached its peak during the electrifying renditions of ‘Heavy Shit’ and ‘Hotel Room,’ where heads were bobbing, guitars were shredded, and fans were swept away by the infectious rock-infused sound.

As Blake embarks on his first headline tour, it’s clear that this is only the beginning of an illustrious career. With his triumphant lyrics and mesmerizing melodies, Blake Rose is destined for great things, leaving an indelible mark on the music scene.