Ramin Karimloo in concert – Birmingham

18 May

My concert number 5 on Ramin’s road to find out took me to yet another city I’d never been to so far: Birmingham. More than 2 hours on the train (I’m really not a fan of train journeys I might add) but I’m so glad I was there to see the show.

Because one thing I can say for sure: This was definitely the best concert out of the five gigs I have seen on this tour. I did miss Alex and the cajón during Ahead by a century but that’s about the only “negative” thing I’ve got to say.
Ramin was on top form despite neck problems and his two guests Louise Dearman and Jonathan Ansell were absolutely wonderful.
I was especially impressed by Jonathan’s Somebody to love – what a voice!
It was nice to hear more of Katie Birkill again. Her and Ramin singing Solitude was an unplanned yet more than welcome addition to the set list.

Speaking of this, I know one of the things people are most interested in is the always changing song list of Ramin’s concerts.
So here you go everyone.

Complete song list

Show me light
The impossible dream
Wild world
Inside my world
Guiding light (with Jonathan Ansell)
Gethsemane (Jonathan Ansell)
Broken home
Constant Angel
See the day (Louise Dearman)
I and love and you (with Katie Birkill)
Radames letter / Till I hear you sing
Oh what a beautiful morning
Bring him home
Somewhere (with Louise Dearman)
Squander (Louise Dearman)
White blank page
Closer walk with thee (with Katie Birkill and Steve Young)
Somebody to love (Jonathan Ansell)
The perfect space / Hallelujah
Ahead by a century
Solitude (with Katie Birkill)
Coming home
Music of the night
Good riddance

And here are a couple of photos from the concert. Please don’t use these anywhere else without asking. Thank you!


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