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Paul Anka


Hard Rock Live, Hollywood, Florida

March 19, 2009

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by PeterP

Yes...I know...very square right?.... and that's what I was expecting. What I was not expecting was what a complete entertainer the man is. He can sing, engage an audience and of course he's written some great songs, mostly for other people.

Paul showed ageless energy and enthusiasm at the Hard Rock show starting by singing from the floor as he entered and standing on seats. He was amusing, engaging and gave a lesson in professionalism with a high quality musical experience ranging over 5 decades from the doo wop days to modern ballads. Highlights were the ballad 'Do I love you' , a great version of 'Put your head on my shoulder', his song for Buddy Holly - 'It doesn't matter any more' and of course the conclusion with the songs associated with Sinatra, 'My way' and New York'.

All in all I enjoyed the show and variety of music. 

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