Who sang pure and simple

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Strategy Pure Simple by Michel Robert

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CONCERT REVIEW: Dolly Parton's Pure & Simple Tour

At the Citi Wang Theatre on Tuesday night you had to squint past the ubiquitous rhinestone glare, and cut through thrice-told childhood tales and campy gags grown kudzu-thick, but proof of her artistic stature was abundant. The onstage setup suited the billing as well, at least by her glitzy standard. Parton, 70, sang with flawless pitch, and played guitar, banjo, dulcimer, autoharp, and piano for keeps — plus fiddle and saxophone, more for laughs. Three longtime sidemen contributed piano and keyboards, guitars, basses, and harmony vocals. Drums, when needed, emerged loud and foursquare from a machine.

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Which stars from the popular 90s band Hear'Say went onto have successful careers? The catchy pop tune became the fastest UK selling single at the time after shifting over 3 million copies and holding the top spot for three weeks. It's safe to say that Kym Marsh has gone onto become one of the most successful singers from the group after landing herself a role on Coronation Street.

The house lights went down, drawing the eyes of 8, people to a stage framed by five long white drapes with soft lights resembling fireflies and sounds of cicadas chirping. Dolly Parton invited us into her world, the Great Smoky Mountains, and we were in for a treat. Emerging from behind the center white curtain, she wore a white and gold striped rhinestone dress while singing "Hello, Dolly! She personally played nine different, rhinestone decorated instruments - the guitar, autoharp, dulcimer, banjo, saxophone, violin, penny-whistle, harmonica, and piano. Losing her guitar pick during "Jolene," Parton's bandmate offered his own with her responding, "I don't want a red one, I want it to match my outfit.

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