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Nicotine Dolls at the Troubadour, West Hollywood - Concert Review and Photo Gallery

On March 26th, music enthusiasts gathered at the historic Troubadour in West Hollywood to witness an unforgettable evening of live performances. Kicking off the night was Georgia Parker, a folk singer from the UK whose narrative-style lyrics captivated the audience with their profound simplicity. Her acoustic set showcased the raw beauty of her vocals, drawing listeners in to truly absorb the essence of her storytelling. The highlight came when Nicotine Dolls' lead singer, Sam Cieri, joined her onstage for a touching duet, adding an extra layer of depth to the performance.


Then, the moment everyone had been eagerly anticipating arrived as Nicotine Dolls took the stage. Launching into their set with the infectious energy of "Till We Both Say," they immediately forged a connection with the crowd, inspiring sing-alongs and laughter throughout the venue. With their witty banter and genuine interactions, the band effortlessly engaged with the audience, even coaxing a couple to share intimate details of their relationship—a testament to the special bond Nicotine Dolls fosters with their fans. They even whipped out some classic covers like “I’m with you” by Avril Lavigne and encored with “Believe” by Cher. Their performance was a masterclass in musicianship, each song delivered with heartfelt emotion and unwavering energy.


Overall, Nicotine Dolls delivered a concert experience that will linger in the memories of all who attended. From stellar musicianship to genuine connections with the audience, the evening was a testament to the power of live music to unite and uplift.



Review and Photos by Shantell Cruz

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