The venue is closing down and Lady Gaga has a seven nights residency at the iconic venue to celebrate its history.
Yesterday on 28th of March, Lady Gaga played the first night out of the seven nights she has scheduled to play at the famous NYC music venue.
The first night also marked Gaga’s 28th birthday.
Unlike the polemic performance that shocked the world not long ago, yesterday Lady Gaga kept the vomit and signs of desperation at home.
It was just pure Gaga doing what she does best throughout her one hour-long set, playing some of her classics, some of the new material and of course a few costumes change, 4 costumes change exactly.
To start things off she performed a piano version of her smash-hit “Born This Way”.
I liked it, the vocals were very good and I thought that it was a good song choice to get the fans warmed-up.
She played for the first time live the new single “G.U.Y.” The crowd seemed amazed with Lady Gaga’s skills and from what I managed to watch she did a good job.
This residency looks like a showcase of what’s coming when Gaga starts her new tour or better saying, her new “ball”. Blah…
A good start but she still has seven more nights to play, let’s just hope she doesn’t ruin everything with some disgusting “artsy” act and close down “NYC – Roseland Ballroom” with dignity.
She’s fierce when she wants it…