Love In Concert Reviews
Zephyr Theater Hollywood
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That is WONDERFUL Makeda! I went to your site to see if maybe you were doing a tour. I think that would be wonderful. I’d love to see that show get out and make the rounds. Did anyone from the LA Times or any local magazines come and do a review or write up of your LA show? I’d like to see it done more locally too. Two shows is not enough for LA❣️I want to recommend it to everyone I know but there are no more shows scheduled😥
I guess I’ll have to be patient...
Your show was PHENOMENAL Makeda!!!!!
Phil and I went Sunday and we were just blown away. I laughed, I cried, I sang. Thank you for a totally engaging evening and a performance filled with Truth, Life, Soul, Spirit, Intelligence and LOVE❣️Thank you for sharing your gift, your talent, your amazing skills with us, - and most of all for using them to glorify God. We had a great time! 💛💜💛 Ann T.
I love you SO MUCH!!!! Girl! I knew you were talented and gifted but in all honesty I HAD NOOOOOOOO IDEA TO WHAT MEASURE!! You are on a WHOLE OTHER LEVEL. That is real talk. I literally cried. My brother said “ How do you know her!!!!??” You have friends like this!!??
So enjoyed your performance last night!!! It was amazing and you are amazing!! My friends really enjoyed it as well. I also want to tell you that I LOVE that song on your CD Love changes. .... when you were singing it last night, I was like that is one of the most beautiful songs I've heard. So touching!!! Bravo!!! Bravo!!! A job well done servant of God!!!
My mom and I talked about your performance for hours afterwards. There was a lot to it...
You are stunning! We loved your show, and I love you more than you’ll ever know. You are precioso. --John G.
Ok Makeda, so what can I say....I guess I can start with WOW, WOW, WOW!!! You were (and are) amazing, wonderful, beautiful, powerful, so talented, phenomenal, hilarious, a brutha could go on and on...To say that I am so proud of you would be an understatement of the highest magnitude.
-- Fred S.
It was an incredible show. Can’t believe you don’t get tired!! Your music was great! I especially loved
Nina and Holy. You sing so good, And love your acting! The opera always knocks me out! You have to sing more Opera too!!!
-- L. Reece
The purpose of "Love In Concert" is to Educate, Enlighten and Expose others to various genres of music expression while emphasizing the importance of self love and embracing one's own unique gifts/talents without compromise or judgement. From sitting at the piano and singing an Italian aria at La Scala Opera House in Milan, to reminiscing about her days growing up in the church singing gospel music, character "Kiki McCall" ultimately learns to accept and embrace her unique musical abilities. She realizes that she has spent too much time allowing others to "fit me into their little boxes that weren't even big enough for me". After many failed attempts to live up to others' expectations of herself, the light bulb goes off and she is drawn to the words of Williams Shakespeare: To thine own self be true.