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Makenzie Brings Down The House At The Peppermint Club


Photo by Sthefany N.

Makenzie, the rising star who's been swirling through the R&B, soul, and pop scene, recently graced the stage of the Peppermint Club in Los Angeles, leaving the audience breathless and begging for more. Known for her captivating vocals and ability to effortlessly blend genres, MacKenzie delivered a powerhouse performance that solidified her status as an artist to watch.


Her setlist flowed seamlessly, showcasing both the depth of her own originals and her masterful interpretations of classic tracks. Soulful ballads like "Ride or Die" showcased the raw emotion that courses through her voice, while funky R&B jams like "Freaked Out" had the entire venue swaying and grooving.  Whether she was belting out a powerhouse anthem like "Catch Me If You Can," a song that seemed to pulse with the energy of chasing dreams, or delivering a smooth, sultry rendition of a classic like "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," MacKenzie commanded the stage with a captivating presence.


Photo by Sthefany N.

But it wasn't just her musical prowess that stole the show.  MacKenzie's genuine connection with the audience was palpable throughout the entire performance. Her between-song banter was infused with humor and warmth, creating an inviting atmosphere that drew the crowd in and made them feel like they were part of the experience.  Whether cracking a joke about stage fright during a particularly emotional ballad or sharing a heartfelt story about the inspiration behind a song, MacKenzie made the audience feel a sense of connection that transcended the barrier of the stage.


By the end of the night, the Peppermint Club was buzzing with the afterglow of MacKenzie's electrifying performance. Her talent, stage presence, and genuine connection with the audience make her an undeniable force.  If you have the chance to catch her live, don't miss it. MacKenzie is a rising star, and her light is only going to get brighter.


Photo by Sthefany N.

Photos & Words by Sthefany N.

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