Kurt Vile's Alternative Vibes & Sweeping Performance at North Beach Bandshell


A fanciful aura was drawn from ambient sounds pulsating from the beach side venue and chilly night air on the evening of Kurt Vile and the Violator's performance.

The South Florida entertainment company, Poplife, hosted a magical evening with the renowned musicians at the North Beach Bandshell in Miami Beach, Florida on February 2nd. The group drew the audience near during their intimate and melancholic set. The bittersweet songs provided vivid imagery of unrequited love, distant lovers, and hardworking days. The audience were engrossed with the sing-songwriters lyrics and the musician's masterful performance.

Kurt Vile depicts a life filled with captivating stories in his songwriting. The Philly native is influenced by fellow singer-songwriter, Neil Young. He enjoys listening to Classic Rock and Country records. He also enjoys local bands from the cultivated Philadelphia music scene. Just as a novel, his performance steadily drew the audience's attention with his heavy lyrics with songs such as "Baby's Arms." Kurt Vile's endearing lyrics and smooth melodies delivers a laid-back charm and grace.

Their delightful live show and skillful instrumentals entranced audiences. The audience cheered and sang along with Kurt Vile's mellow tune, "Pretty Pimpin." The group performed a final encore which immensely pleased South Florida's music lovers. The audience had an elated mood as they left the venue with a unique and memorable concert experience. Listen to Kurt Vile's latest album, "B'lieve I'm Going Downwith country undertones. Visit kurtvile.com for news and upcoming tour dates. Also, visit www.poplifepresents.com for upcoming events in South Florida.

Featured Photography: Poplife

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