Here's a few pictures from Seal's fantastic gig at Bridgewater Hall I went to see on July 1st. Third row from the front was defiantly not a bad view at all!
Seal burst onto the stage with the infamous hit Crazy, bringing the crowd straight to their feet with a song and a dance. He moved around the stage looking around the hall and interacting with the crowd, singing to individuals, holding the hands of nearby fans. Within the first song, the British singer leapt into the audience, and in a blink of an eye, was surrounded by the nearby audience, grabbing a dance with him.
Seal sang some of his most famous hits including Killer, Love's Divine, Don't Cry, an unexpected acoustic version of Whirlpool and an even more unexpected a capella cover of Unforgettable (by Nat King Cole) as requested by a loving audience member! He also sang songs off his latest album Seven including Life On the Dancefloor and the heartfelt song Do you ever.
He kept the stage set up to a minimum with just two musicians. The night was really just about him showing us how good his voice really is, which is what it should be. No distractions from anything else.
The gig was truly a night to remember and Seal is such an all round entertainer, sending out positivity and love throughout the evening.
Enjoy my pictures and let me know what you think✌️