Supported by HELP MUSICIANS
The Fuze – Solo Artist, will revivify your day, enlighten your mind and tickle your ears with his summery neo-hippie resonance
The Fuze. Inspiring male solo artist, vegan and fearless optimist
This evening was one to remember. You felt as if you were at an exclusive, private party. The boat ambiance was unique, the crowd as friendly as the music, and The Fuze’s performance- captivating. His extravaganzas are peppered with magnetic circus acts and spellbinding entertainment and before The Fuze appears on stage, a fire dancer ignites our sense of wonder.
The expertly lit boat, features the stage with a statue of a Shiva-esque Goddess in the foreground, while wafts of incense float through the air. On this enlightened evening, The Fuze begins the first set with “The New Bohemians,” a tale of freedom and a new way of life. Next, the band seamlessly flows into “The Good Life,” a song about living in the present. When you hear these lyrics and look at the band, with the three magnificently talented and stunning back-up singers, you know they are living the good life! The audience does not stop moving all night. Dance moves only become bolder as the evening progresses.
The magical evening continues, with the second set opening to the sounds of the far east. The Fuze’s tune "Tintagel", transports the audience to the past, only to bring them back to the present with lines from "Let the Trees Grow": this is the age of reason, but I can’t help wonder why...why push the party line, let the trees grow... The Fuze has the audience in a trance with his upbeat words and melodies in songs such as, "Every Beat" and "Golden Dreams", conveying messages to live your dreams and follow your heart.
The prevalent positivity found in the Fuze’s lyrics is addictive and his song-writing talents shine through on this debut solo album. I leave the show walking taller, smiling broader and more optimistic about all that life has to offer. This show is not one to be forgotten. I will be sure to be there for the next one.