Review: Marvelous Darlene Love shows why her career has lasted so long

Contributing Music WriterMay 22, 2014 

Darlene Love


While she embraced pop/soul tradition at every turn Wednesday night at the Grand Theatre in Frankfort, Darlene Love also flew in the face of the modern pop aesthetic.

In an age when singing stardom is regularly dictated by Autotuned, fast-track success, Love remains a triumphant veteran from another era still in possession of a wondrously clear, powerfully resonant and unfailingly natural voice that has consistently defied age (she turns 73 in July) and the frequency of shifting stylistic climates.

Read the full review at Walter Tunis’ blog, The Musical Box.

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