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Carole King, The Plenary, Melbourne, Photo Ros O'Gorman, Noise11

Carole King performing at The Plenary, Melbourne. Photo Ros O'Gorman

Carole King Plays Her Only Performance for 2019

by Paul Cashmere on October 7, 2019

in News

Carole King made a rare appearance at the Global Citizen Festival in New York on 28 September. That will be her only live concert performance for 2019. That, and an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, are her only two appearances for 2019.

Carole performed five songs at the Global Music Festival as well as ‘Its Too Late’ for Fallon.

Carole King setlist 28 September 2019 Global Music Festival

Beautiful
You’ve Got A Friend
Where You Lead
(You Make Me Feel) Like A Natural Woman
I Feel The Earth Move

Carole played her last complete concert on 3 July 2016 in London. Her last tour was in 2013 in Australia and New Zealand.

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