Black Deer Festival

Black Deer Festival: The Adelaides – Live Review

UK female vocal trio The Adelaides took to the Ridge stage at Black Deer Festival in style. The stunning trio Paris, Abi and Alicia who make up The Adelaides blew their audience away with their breathtaking harmonies and adorable personalities. The Adelaides proved why women in country music are a strong force and that the UK do country well. With each member having an exceptional voice, they shared the vocals equally and their chemistry as a group was clearly strong. The trio kicked off with original song Jack Daniels which is a song you would already expect to be all over country radio as has all the qualities such as an upbeat melody, catchy lyrics and a fun energy.

With really good original material which included What Your Heart Would Say and Jelly Baby which they closed with, the girls also sang two new songs all of which are yet to be released. The Adelaides also performed a brilliant version of Maren Morris’ My Church which went down very well with the audience. The crowd kept getting bigger and bigger during their 45 minute set and the crowd were really buzzing. The girls were almost like a UK version of The Pistol Annies but sweeter. The future is incredibly bright for The Adelaides. If they are this good now, imagine what they will be like in years to come and with an already sizeable following before even officially releasing music then things will only go up from now and I don’t think it will be long before we see these girls sell out headline shows.

Set List

Jack Daniels
Sucker For You
I’d Do It Again
My Church
What Your Heart Would Say
Get Away Car
Don’t Wanna Love You
Jelly Baby

The Adelaides will be performing all summer long including a performance slot at British Summer Time Hyde Park supporting Michael Buble alongside Megan McKenna, Catherine McGrath and The Shires.

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