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I was there and it rocked. I especially loved his cover of "Super Bass". It was my favorite part of the concert. Thank you Jay for releasing this!

As Always, AMAZING

If you like any of Jay's stuff, you'll love this. A live album!! Solid performances of his original songs which have so much passion and feeling, and some fantastic covers combined with Jay's witty banter between songs. If you have not had a special opportunity to see this truly amazing artist live, then this is the next best thing. His shows are generally a smaller, quite intimate settings, where random topics of chat come up between (sometimes during) each amazing song performed by him, the audience generally joins in with random comments, and you can here it all on this album. I think this will be the only album to be on high rotation on my music devices since the release of his new album "Rob Me Blind" (which you should definitely check out if you haven't already)

In short, well done. I love it.

I look forward to seeing Jay live again soon if he ventures to Sydney/Australia soon…or I may just have to come back to the States.


Born: March 29, 1982 in Texas

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Texas-born singer, songwriter, and actor Jay Brannan's angelic voice and folky acoustic approach may make him appear like a garden-variety contemporary singer/songwriter, but his musical sensibility brings him closer to hard-to-fit-in-a-box female artists like Ani DeFranco, Lisa Loeb, Sinéad O'Connor, and Liz Phair, and he sounds like nothing so much as a male version of Joni Mitchell at times. Brannan appeared as Seth in John Cameron Mitchell's 2006 film Shortbus, and his song "Soda Shop" was featured...
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