google5fdb2843fc4f1b5b.html Rock Chic: Mia Klose - The Fleece, Bristol 04/07/14

Wednesday, 24 December 2014

Mia Klose - The Fleece, Bristol 04/07/14

Females in rock nowadays are few and far between. It is so refreshing to see a good female rock artist doing their thing - honestly, who doesn’t love a bit of Heart? With this in mind, they don’t come much purer than Mia Klose.
Mia, originally from Sweden, graced the Fleece and Firkin in Bristol tonight with her unique brand of girl-power fuelled rock and roll.
First on, ahead of Bristol based Blackwolf and the mighty Reckless Love, before their Sonisphere performance over the weekend, Mia starts things off as they should indeed go on.
She struts across the stage with as much ease as if it were her dressing room. Clad in a white leather fringed jacket and black leather hotpants, she showcases her tiny frame that holds a voice as big as the sticky floored room.
Her songs, such as ‘Mama’ and ‘Open Your Eyes’, are the perfect package of riff-laden, hair swinging, wide eyed rockiness, laced with a deliciously catchy chorus. Just what a crowd like tonight is looking for.
Mia shows off her vocal and proves there is no competition between her and the best of the male rockers out there. Talk about one for the girls.
She finishes off with a rendition of ‘You Should Be Mine’ - one for the Guns ‘n’ Roses fans, of which there are obviously a fair few of here tonight. It has to be said, the guitarists do an extremely good job of keeping up with Slash and co. Through a vague screen of wine-fuelled haziness, you could have actually been listening to the original.
Mia completes her set by belting out a great version. If it wasn’t for the sound problems that the Fleece were having, it would have been taken a notch even higher.
If you are a fan of rock, do yourself a favour and check out some of Mia’s work. Give the blokes a night off - this is one petite rock-chick with one mammoth rock and roll vocal.


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