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Canadian jazz and soul singer Kellylee Evans brought unusual vibes to Wadi Abu Jamil's Music Hall Tuesday evening.Viewers were plunged into Evans' musical realm, in which her own compositions and a number of carefully chosen cover songs mingled in harmony.Evans' interpretation of the famous number was closer to the version created by British rock band Muse than diva Simone but it succeeded in electrifying the audience, who applauded and cheered the singer with great warmth.Evans made time to talk to and interact with the audience, which brought an intimate feeling to the evening.The musicians accompanying the singer onstage were outstanding.
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