Adele is the most adored performer of our time. Tickets to her tours sell in seconds. Adele is a beautiful and very talented artist, but she has the most approachable and funny personality. One of the performances during her latest tour in 2016 became especially remarkable due to the sound system failure. While Adele was singing “All I Ask” in The Genting Arena in Birmingham, the sound went off completely during the second chorus. But that didn’t ruin the performance, quite the contrary. Please, enjoy and SHARE this beautiful moment.
I have the utmost respect and admiration for Adele. At the age of 28, she already has more than 125 awards from all over the world, including: 8 Brit Awards, an Academy Award for Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, a Golden Globe Award in the category Best Original Song, 10 Grammy Awards, 18 Billboard Music Awards, 5 American Music Awards, and 2 Ivor Novello Awards for Songwriter of the Year. And with all that, Adele did not turn into a snobby diva. She doesn’t need to dance half-naked or come up with exploding shows to captivate people’s attention. Adele is genuine.
Adele Live 2016 tour began in Europe. It included 4 dates at the Manchester Arena in March 2016, 8 dates at the O2 Arena, London; with further dates in Ireland, Spain, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands among others. Her North American Tour began in July 2016. Adele will complete her world tour with 4 concerts, dubbed “The Finale”, at Wembley Stadium, London on 28, 29 June and 1, 2 July 2017. Two dates had to be added, because the tickets were sold out in minutes and the fans went crazy.
Adele is a serious philanthropist. She contributes to many organisations, and is always glad to perform at charity concerts. Adele has been a major contributor to MusiCares, a charity organisation founded by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences for musicians in need. During her tours, Adele requires all backstage visitors to donate a minimum contribution of $US20 for the UK charity SANDS, an organisation dedicated to “supporting anyone affected by the death of a baby and promoting research to reduce the loss of babies’ lives”. During the UK and European part of her Adele Live tour, she collected $US13,000 for the charity.