Benedict Cork serenades London audience at Omeara

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Benedict Cork serenaded the audience at his show at Omeara in London on Monday night. He was joined on stage by his sister, SuRie, and guitarist Lloyd Jerwood, who are both incredibly talented. Later in the evening the audience were treated to a special duet between the siblings, Benedict and SuRie, of a song called “Mama Said”, which had the audience captivated.

Benedict put on such a lovely performance to the eager audience and left fans wanting more. The setlist included unreleased song “Dream Of You”, heartbreaking but beautiful song “The Lucky Ones” and his most popular song to date “Have a Good Life (See You Never)”. He also played some tracks from his latest release, If These Walls Could Talk, which was released on Friday 22nd April. Two of the songs he performed from the EP were “Miracle” and the title track “If These Walls Could Talk”. The final song of the night was a beautiful cover of Belinda Carlisle’sHeaven Is A Place On Earth”, which absolutely mesmerised the crowd and was the perfect way to end such a great evening.

Marcelo De La Vega supported Benedict and put on a lovely set ahead of the headliner, which included performances of his song “Paris” and “Conversation”.

Check out photo coverage of the show below:

Benedict Cork:

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Marcelo De La Vega:

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Photos of the show taken by Megan Wales-Harding.

Keep up with the artists on social media:

Benedict Cork: Instagram // Twitter // Facebook // Website

Marcelo De La Vega: Instagram // Twitter // Facebook

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