The blistering winds of the cold winter in Seoul seemed incomparable to the fiery spectacle provided by living music legend Jeff Beck. Gracing the stage at Olympic Hall in Seoul, the rock and roll superstar provided an intimate show to rival his previously well-received concerts held in Korea.


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The signature white guitar hanging from the musician’s shoulders seemed like an extension of his body, like another limb grown for the purpose of creating music. Beck’s playing style was so fluid and dynamic, often sounding like a singing voice complimented by human nuances. Hearing the veteran live in a room filled with sounds produced from his vintage guitar amplifier elevated the listening experience.

The nearly two-hour set consisted half of originals from his latest record “Loud Hailer,” in addition to fan favorites such as “Beck’s Bolero” and “Goin’ Down.”

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