Here's what people are saying about JC Brando's Tribute to Adele
"Then we saw a lady in black with big, beautiful eyes and killer eye makeup and we knew that it had to be none other than Adele. Of course when we heard the opening chords of “Skyfall” this confirmed our “theory”. Not to mention that powerhouse of a voice and little chin dimple. Her true artistry really came through on her rendition of 'Silent Night'. No bells and whistles attached. Acoustic with a couple strings – guitar and bass. Like the real deal, JC Brando drew us in through pure vocal dynamics and captivated us with every note. We could have listened forever."
~Atlantic City Blog, December 5, 2013 by jmarmo view full article
"Things quickly pick up with the appearance of JC as Brit phenom Adele. Looking and sounding impressively close to the young megastar, JC pretty much hits it out of the park on such numbers as “Rolling in the Deep” and “Someone Like You.”
~ Philly.com, June 15, 2012 by Chuck Darrow view full article
"Just such a performer is J.C., whose striking resemblance to Adele, in combination with a singing voice to match, has brought an injection of youthfulness and talent to the Legends stage. J.C. brought the recent six-time Grammy winner to vivid life (including a well rehearsed British accent) with the fabulous Adele hits “Rolling in the Deep,” “Set Fire to the Rain,” “Rumor Has It” and “Someone Like You.” The good news is that JC will be performing locally throughout the summer."
~Atlantic City Weekly June 15, 2012 by Lori Hoffman view full article
PRESS & REVIEWS
"JC... from a very musical family. Her voice would be superb on its own but, as Adele, she has the voice, the moves and the british accent."
~Examiner.com June 26, 2012 by Carla Ives view full article
"JC looks and sounds exactly like Adele, complete with a British accent."
~The Philadelphia Public Record August 29, 2012 by Bonnie Squires view full article
"Then along comes Adele, performed by J.C., hair in a low ponytail, singing "Rolling in the Deep," with videos of the songstress playing on the screens behind and to either side of the stage. Not only (does J.C.) look like the original, but also sound like (Adele), too - and even bust out the same moves."
~Las Vegas Magazine April 21, 2013 by Susan Stapleton view full article
"It's an instance where you don't need to close your eyes to imagine it's Adele on stage because the similarities are so striking."
~Las Vegas Magazine, December 10, 2012 by Susan Stapleton view full article