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Olly Murs at Manchester Arena
Essex boy Olly Murs proved that winning is not always the recipe for long term success
The 28 year old first came to the attention of the British public through his appearance on The X Factor in 2009 when he was runner up to Joe McElderry.
Four years later and with Oxandrolone Oral this arena tour well under way, three hit albums under his belt, it proves you don't have to win outright to have success down the line.
Right from the start, the former semi professional footballer and recruitment consultant showed there's more to his repertoire than just choreographed dance moves by delivering confident vocals.
His opening song and current chart hit 'Army Of Two' was accompanied by a Union Jack light display on the surprisingly simple but effective set a staircase the length of the stage which housed his 'big band' set up in different pockets.
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Mr Murs certainly got his audience in the mood by jiggling and swaying around the stage, with a cheeky bum wiggle, a definite crowd pleaser.
At one point the 'stairway to heaven' was lowered from the roof creating a suspended walkway to bring him closer to the crowd and giving those further back a chance to see the star at closer quarters.
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In a departure from what had gone before, his next set was performed on the staircase playing his guitar and illustrate that whilst he does not have a power house voice, he can certainly belt out a tune with both passion and honesty.
Introductions to his band were interspersed with a medley of classics like Reet Petite "Oxandrolone Powder India" and Beyonce's Comprar Levitra Crazy In Love intended mainly for the parents supposedly "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" dragged along to the show by their children. However, the elders didn't need any special treatment, as they proved his appeal is as strong with them, as they joined in the fun.
As a mod symbol lit up the Buy Cialis Germany staircase covers of 'Should I Stay or Should I go'? and 'A Town Called Malice' kept the crowd jumping before Olly disappeared only to reappear fully suited for his debut hit 'Please Don't Let Me Go'.
A piano appeared for his self penned number 'Right Place Right Time' before 'My Heart Skips A Beat', at the end of which Olly bared his chest to the audience before disappearing down one of the 'trapdoors' which were used throughout the show.
His encore included his fourth Number 1, 'Troublemaker' and kept the capacity audience on its feet right to the end.
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