Canada's foremost pop chameleon Nelly Furtado reinvented herself yet again on 2013's Spirit Indestructible, surprising fans with a blend of the alternative sound she premiered on her 2000 debut Whoa, Nelly! and the hip-hop-influenced bent of later albums like 2006's Loose. Following the 2012 release of lead single "Big Hoops (Bigger the Better)," she embarked on the Spirit Indestructible Tour, treating fans around the world to her energetic live show. Beloved for her refreshingly wide range of musical styles and sultry vocals, Furtado has fans eagerly awaiting her live appearances in 2014.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
“ Fans ranged from 8 years old to 80 years old and everyone went home satisfied…She played the ukulele, acoustic guitar and electric guitar and sang soulful remixes that were jazz, rock and hip hop inspired. What a range in style and vocal talent!”
“Nelly Furtado graced the stage with a stunning aura that could be felt from the moment the music began. Singing in three different languages, she held captive the young and old of all ethnicities and backgrounds.”
“The whole place was dancing and singing up a storm. It was one of the better concerts I have had the privilege to see…Her voice was amazing live!”
Combining pop, rock, hip hop, soul, and Latin influences, Nelly Furtado has forged a sound that remains entirely and unmistakably her own. On the strength of such catchy songs as “I’m Like a Bird,” “Turn Off the Light,” “Promiscuous,” and “Say It Right," she has sold over 40 million records worldwide, resulting in seven Grammy nominations and a whopping ten Juno Awards.