In the midst of a musical hiatus, it seems appropriate to reflect on my last live show and the incredible experience I had watching EVAN GIIA perform. The Roxy is LA’s sort of dark horse of venues. Seated in West Hollywood between a few bars and away from a bulk of the nightlife, you’re only there if you want to see your favorite artist. My friend and I went to check out EVAN GIIA on her solo tour and from the moment we walked in, we were ready to have the time of our lives.
From the first track, she was electric and an audience of all ages and backgrounds hung on every word. Favorites on her setlist included, “WESTWORLD,” “Sidelines,” and finishing with her latest, “Switch Off.” A crowd filled with guys and girls all from different backgrounds jumped and danced to every single word and beat.
I have to say that one of the best parts about seeing EVAN was that her parents and grandmother were also there and visibly dancing and screaming back the lyrics to her songs. I know her journey has been in the making so I am thrilled she was able to provide audiences with just a glimpse of the star she will be once we’re at concerts again.