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Karmin Capitalize with Concert Audiences

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The reviews have been positive as of late for Karmin, and not just for their cover songs on YouTube or their own “Crash Your Party” single and video. The soon-to-be-married duo of Amy Heidemann and Nick Noonan has likely earned many a new fan while performing brief but nevertheless high-profile sets during various Jingle Ball concerts around the country.

The annual radio-sponsored showcase events have become fan favorites (especially younger ones) over the past decade, and this year’s lineup —which features the likes of Kelly Clarkson, Foster the People, Avril Lavigne, and Demi Lovato — is no exception.

For an up-and-coming act like Karmin, the opportunity to perform before thousands of prospective fans — as they’ve done recently in cities from Tampa to Los Angeles to New York City — is invaluable.

The New York City Jingle Ball, held on December 9 at a sold-out Madison Square Garden, was particularly auspicious: On a night that featured Lady Gaga in a much-hyped hometown performance (and a lot of press, from Billboard to MTV, installed in the arena to cover it), Karmin delivered their set from a spot in the excitable audience.

To be a part of such a buzz-worthy event can only bode well for Karmin, who are not only earning new fans with each live appearance but, also, gaining immeasurable experience on the concert stage — or even on the concert floor.

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About Donald Gibson

Donald Gibson is the publisher of www.writeonmusic.com and a freelance music journalist whose byline has appeared in such publications as No Depression, Spinner, The Seattle Post Intelligencer, Cinema Sentries, Blinded by Sound, and Blogcritics, where he was the Senior Music Editor (2011-2012) and Assistant Music Editor (2008-2011). He has interviewed and profiled such artists as Tony Bennett, Lucinda Williams, Jakob Dylan, Allen Toussaint, Boz Scaggs, Johnny Marr, Charli XCX, Justin Hayward (The Moody Blues), Susanna Hoffs, Bruce Hornsby, Delbert McClinton, Jonny Lang, Alan Parsons, Bill Frisell, Rickie Lee Jones, Christina Perri, Don Felder (The Eagles), Jimmy Webb, Katie Melua, and Buddy Guy, among many others.