Worth sailing over stormy waters for – The Post

Worth sailing over stormy waters for

Rod Stewart, a rock legend in action! (photo: artist’s Facebook page)
May 20th, 2016 11:00 am| by TheCopenhagenPost
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Rod Stewart & The Platinums

Thu May 26, 19:30; Malmö Arena, Hyllie Stationstorg 2, Malmö; 1,270kr

Rod Stewart is a living icon of British rock music. With a plethora of awards and number one hits across six decades in music, Stewart has turned live performance into an art form. The only thing he is better at is trashing hotel rooms!
His distinctive voice is well known for classic hits such as ‘Maggie May’, ‘Do Ya Think I’m Sexy’ and ‘Sailing’. In recent years his ecliptic songbook has included albums focusing on soul music, Motown and even Christmas.
When was the last time you saw a rock legend in action? (AJ)


Simple Plan
Mon May 23, 20:00; Vega, Enghavevej 40, Cph V; 265kr

Touring for Taking One for the Team, the group’s fifth studio album, Simple Plan will put on a punk-pop masterclass. The Canadians are certain to rock Vega – after all they played the 2010 Winter Olympics. (AJ)


Anya
Wed May 25, 20:00; Copenhagen JazzHouse, Cph K; 170kr

This Copenhagen local, with her potent jazz-infused hip-hop, is one to watch. Her latest single, ‘Break Up Battle’, is making waves on the Danish music scene, reaffirmed by her receipt of Politiken Ibyen’s ‘Upcoming’ award. (AC)


Mette Juul
Thu May 26; 20:00; Islands Brygge Kulturhus, Cph S; 110kr

Jazz singer-songwriter Mette Juul performs with her star-cast team of talented musicians, including Nikolaj Hess on the piano and Jesper Lundgaard on bass. Her third album, There is a Song, was released last year to great acclaim. (AC)


Nelly
Sat May 28, 21:00; Vega, Enghavevej 40, Cph V; 295kr

You’d be forgiven for wondering had happened to Nelly, the same guy who left us on a sweaty dancefloor in Milton Keynes singing our little hearts out to ‘Hot in Herre’. But fear not, he’s back and he’s in Denmark! (AC)