Jessie Murph & Henry Verus – Franklin Music Hall – Philadelphia (PopEntertainment.com Concert Review
Jessie Murph & Henry Verus – Franklin Music Hall – Philadelphia, PA – October 29, 2023
On Sunday, Philadelphia went down home and welcomed Jessie Murph joined by Henry Verus for a sold-out show on her Cowboys and Angels world tour. Fans lined up around the block, eagerly awaiting the incredible night ahead of them.
The first to take the stage was Henry Verus. His vocals were stunning, and the emotion in his songs could be felt throughout the venue. Accompanied by a small band and moody lighting, he commanded the stage well. Verus treated the audience to some unreleased music, as well as some of his songs “Two Weeks,” “Your Guilty Pleasure,” and a cover of Chris Stapleton’s “Tennessee Whiskey.” Verus interacted well with the crowd and kept them engaged throughout his entire set. His talent was really remarkable to see, and he put on an incredible performance.
Later on that night, as the lights went low, Jessie Murph took the stage. Opening her set with “Cowboys and Angels,” “About You,” “While You’re At It,” and “Drunk in the Bathtub,” fans immediately began singing along to every word. Her stage was decorated with a multiple layered platform, adding to the depth of her performance, along with moody and deep lighting. Murph took control of the stage, her powerful vocals soaring through the venue.
Throughout the night, Murph performed a set of incredible covers, including “Needed Me” by Rihanna, “Back to Black” by Amy Winehouse, and “Someone Like You” by Adele. She also teased a number of unreleased songs, including “Mean It,” “Wildflowers and Wine,” and “Dirty.”
Jessie Murph commanded the stage, connecting with the audience well and putting on a show to remember. The sold-out crowd was a sea of phone lights and hands in the air throughout the entire night. Her talent is unmatched, and her ability to engage a sold-out crowd is an amazing sight to see. Murph’s set continued with “Where Do You Go,” “Wild Ones,” “Heartbroken,” and “Upgrade.” Overall, both Jessie Murph and Henry Verus’s performances came together to create an unforgettable night in Philadelphia.
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