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Photo Series: Say G’Day to Blake Rose

Australian singer-songwriter Blake Rose played at his first headline show in Salt Lake City on April 10.
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Madeline Van Wagenen
Audience members wave flashlights as Blake Rose performs at Soundwell in Salt Lake City on April 10, 2024. (Photo by Madeline Van Wagenen | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

 

Australian singer-songwriter Blake Rose had two rules for his show in Salt Lake City on April 10. 

First and foremost, if you saw someone dancing, you had to dance with them.

And all the more important, if you thought someone was cute, you had to ask them for their number. 

Aside from being a great wingman, Rose is an even greater performer. 

On his first ever headliner tour, Rose’s energy was electric. He was personable, humorous and light-hearted as his captive audience joyfully sang along in the energetic atmosphere. He seemed almost surprised as audience members knew every word. His fans brought unending enthusiasm to the venue.

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Madeline Van Wagenen
Madeline Van Wagenen, Photo Director
(she/her) Madeline Van Wagenen is an opinion writer and photographer at the Daily Utah Chronicle. She is a junior studying communications and Spanish. Madeline absolutely loves writing, photography and Billy Joel's entire discography. When she’s not working on projects for the Chrony, she can be found playing card games with friends or curating oddly specific Spotify playlists.

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