Product Review: KitSound Wireless earbuds KS Funk 35

While I hadn’t been on the look out for a pair of wireless earbuds (and definitely not the Apple ones which are far too costly!), back in January this year, I ended up seeing on my Twitter feed, a tweet for the KitSound Wireless earbuds and I immediately thought I need these in my life! Not only are they life changing in the way that I now listen to music, but they also made me realise just how inconvenient wired headphones truly are.

Regular readers may know that this will now be the fourth product that I have purchased from the brand KitSound, previously owning their mini bluetooth speaker, wireless headphones, DAB alarm clock and now these lovelies. I purchased mine from Amazon and received them in a speedy 48 hours, and at the very affordable price of £49.99. I chose the pink ones (because lets face it, pink, lilac and pastels is my aesthetic) and I am super impressed with them so far.

KS Funk 35 Wireless Earbuds

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Concert review: Magic at Christmas at The London Palladium

On Sunday 24th November, I attended the Magic at Christmas concert (hosted by the Magic radio station) at The London Palladium.

This was a concert which had a multi-artist line up (with an initial total of 6 artists, but sadly James Morrison had to pull out due to ill health).

Artists:

Beverley Knight
Will Young
Jack Savoretti
Mick Hucknall
Martin and Shirley Kemp
Robbie Williams

Concert hosts: Harriet Scott and Martin Kemp

The main reason I attended the concert, was to see my two favourites Jack and Mick, perform live on stage. This is now the second time that I have seen Jack live and is the very first time I have seen Simply Red.

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Music review: Spectrum by Westlife

Spectrum album cover

Tracklisting:

Hello My Love
Better Man
My Blood
Dynamite
Dance
One Last Time
Take me There
Repair
Without You
L.O.V.E
Another Life

Listen to Spectrum on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/album/6xJ38Up5iUhTh30FdwHN1d?si=mBWht3iqQ3-83AUbidyudQ

I have been building up to this very day at my blog, with many Westlife related posts and now I couldn’t be happier to present my music review of their brand new album Spectrum.

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Product Review: KitSound music accessories

As someone who loves listening to music 24/7, I am always looking to invest in the right kind of music accessories that support my listening activities. At the end of last year, I discovered the wonderful UK brand KitSound. Since discoverg them, I have purchased three of their products: a mini portable speaker wireless headphones and more recently their DAB alarm clock. This post is not sponsored, I just wanted to give my honest review of the three products that I have purchased from the brand so far, as I genuinely love all three of them.

Wireless headphones and Bluetooth speaker

KitSound Pocket Hive Universal Wireless Bluetooth and NFC Portable Speaker

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Concert Review: Jack Savoretti Singing to Strangers tour 2019 at SSE Arena Wembley

Songs Performed: Candlelight, Dying for your Love, Better off Without Me, When we were Lovers, What More Can I Do?, Home, Greatest Mistake, Tie Me Down, Sweet Hurt, Knock Knock, Things I Thought I’d Never Do, Soldier’s Eyes, Youth and Love, Touchy Situation, Human, Back where I Belong, Singing to Strangers, Going Home
Support: Lissie music
Special Guests: WardThomas performed Human by The Killers with Jack and Saxophonist Leo Green (Back Where I Belong)

Friday 31st May 2019, became a day that I will never forget, as I had the chance to see the incredible Jack Savoretti perform live at the SSE Arena, Wembley, for the very first time. I bought my concert ticket in April and the seat I got turned out to be a brilliant viewpoint for the stage. On the night, I very quickly realised that I wasn’t sitting too far away from the Savoretti family!! (block N5!) I also had a very good view of the screens. The concert began at 7.45pm with support act Lissie music and I was pleasantly surprised by her talent; her not wearing any shoes on stage and her ability to hold the longest of notes! As a pianist myself, I took to Lissie’s music straight away and plan to listen to her album too. Thank you Lissie for a wonderful set and for setting the mood before Jack arrived on stage!

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