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Bruno Mars Live at Phillips Area
Bruno Mars Sprinkles Solid Gold Dust at L.A. Tour Stop (And We Love It): Concert Review
The 27-year-old Hawaiian born hitmaker, who’s almost single-handedly returned pop music to its R&B and funk roots with radio smashes like “Locked Out of Heaven” and “Treasure,” in addition to featured turns on songs by B.o.B. (“Nothing On You”) and Travie McCoy (“Billionaire”), sprinkled his solid gold dust on those assembled in the 20,000-seat-capacity arena and it’s safe to say, nearly all were smiling ear-to-ear…..
They were just following by example. Onstage Mars and his merry band of eight, which included three horn players and Smeezington cohort Phillip Lawrence on vocals, in addition to a guitarist, bassist and drummer, had energy to spare as they ran through choreographed opening numbers like “Moonshine,” “Natalie” and “Treasure.” It became clear almost instantly that here was a group whose sole purpose is to entertain – and, sure enough, they had it down to a science.
Thursday August 22nd 7:30 Phillips Arena
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