“Wild mix are the best.”
Evely Lane (Dunheved)
@ The Night Owl

Unexpected comes often. As I was already at The Night Owl for a different show, Evely Lane (Dunheved) took the stage and I decided to stay and do another post.

@ The Night Owl

A slow start with Simply Red, followed by some KT Tunstall and the very danceable Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s “Murder on the dancefloor”: her setlist was a bit of a wild mix. But no matter if it was pop, rock, jazz or blues, she just sang it all. Especially her jazz block and her version of Ella Fitzgerald’s “Cry me a river” catched me. Having heard Evely for the first time, I couldn’t believe that she never had any singing lessons, her voice is so powerful – astonishing. On top of that she presented herself very talkative and likeable, what more can you expect from a good show?

Dutch singer and self taught artist…

Evely is a Dutch singer and self taught artist who has been performing in Second Life since 2016 and has never had the courage to get on stage. It took her years, but now she can’t go without it. Having weekly jazz and all round shows you can expect a wide range from jazz to blues, rock hits, oldies to modern songs and more. She even has up beat shows and is currently planning a christmas special.

The Night Owl is an international and romantic park that offers live music every day with a break on saturdays. The range of the presented music styles includes jazz, blues, rock, funk, folk, varieties and even poets. It is worth a visit.

Thank you Evely for a super varied and entertaining hour!

Find more about Evely here:
Group: *performer Evely Lane*
Website / Facebook
Media: soundcloud / youtube

Setlist Evely Lane (Dunheved) @ The Night Owl 21.11.2019:
Simpy Red – If you don’t know me by now
KT Tunstall – Black horse and the cherry tree
Sophie Ellis-Bextor – Murder on the dancefloor
Amy Winehouse – Valerie
Clean Bandit – Rather be
Fred Astaire – Cheek to cheek
Ella Fitzgerald – Cry me a river
Tony Bennett – It had to be you
Betty Hutton – It’s oh so quiet
Melissa Etheridge – Like the way I do
Stevie Ray Vaughan – Look at little sister
Etta James – Woman
Bonnie Raitt – Love me like a man
Supertramp – Logical song
Fleetwood Mac – Little lies