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Luckman Fine Arts Complex
at Cal State L.A. 5151 State University Drive Los Angeles, CA 90032
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5.0 / 5 Rated by 6 members
Review from Tom
113 events 32 reviews

This was the first time I saw her and she is incredible as is her current band. Based on what I heard from the audience I think she had a mesmerizing effect on all with her soulful vocals. It was a great show.

reviewed Nov 07 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from LAPHIL310
27 events 8 reviews

I have followed Lizz since she was signed by Verve, about 6 years ago, and watched her mature into a wonderful vocalist that is completely natural and in tune with herself. Her voice is nothing short of amazing, with a timbre(sp?) that resonates...continued

reviewed Nov 07 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Liz
29 events 12 reviews

I had never heard of her before this event. My friend and I both thought she was an exceptional performer and enjoyed the show tremendously!

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Hear Lizz Wright at her website.


Lizz Wright presents an evening of hits from her latest album, as well as favorites from her earlier ventures that became instant classics and a few surprises as she makes her Luckman Theatre debut.

Piercing, sophisticated, and inventive, Lizz Wright’s voice is chillingly emotional. Her prodigious interpretations make it no wonder she has rocketed to stardom and earned the following of fans and admirers worldwide. A transformative vocalist with deep roots in gospel and jazz, her voice melts and awes. Lizz Wright’s vivacious tone and delicious melodic harmony give constant reference to her gospel foundations and diverse vocal development. Hailed by critics around the globe as the best in her realm, Wright’s genre-merging style is demonstrative of her manifold influences.

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