BWW Reviews: Dangerous Curves Deliver Harmoniously @ Sterling's
On Sunday December 4 Las Vegas' popular female trio Dangerous Curves performed @ Sterling's Upstairs @ Vitello's. Lisa Smith, Karen Michaels & Margaret Menzies, who comprise Dangerous Curves sang solo and together in a 75 minute varied set that just about blew their audience away. All three are distinctly different beauties in talent, personality and looks, and when they come together, what voices and what beautiful harmony! Not that easy to find nowadays amongst vocalists who strive to overdo style, and scream and screech to grab instant recognition. These gals can really sing and harmonize, and indeed they did with fabulous musical director Dan Ellis at the piano throughout.
This was a splendid evening of song and merriment @ Sterling's, perhaps one of the finest of this past season. Michaels, Smith and Menzies all possess great vocal instruments individually, and, I'll say it again, when they put it together, the harmony is sensational, akin to the Lennon or McGuire Sisters, a sound you just do not hear enough of these days. I was over the moon. You will be too, if you purchase their CD Girl Talk: