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Bif Naked - Concert Review

Bif puts on a rockin' show!
Courtesy of Warner Music.
Bif Naked gets the crowd pumped.
Courtesy of Warner Music.
Bif Naked - Concert Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Don't group Bif Naked in with mellow female musicians. She's wild and crazy, and she may be rockin' to a venue near you. Find out what 80s tune Bif's been cranking out during her shows.

Where: Vancouver, Canada
October 5, 2001

Pop-rocker Bif Naked knows how to get the party started. From the moment she hit the stage, she was a non-stop ball of energy only slowing down once or twice to sing ballads like Lucky.

Bif had the crowd moshing and rocking the whole night as she frequently bent down to high-five fans in the front row. One of the band members even dived into the crowd, who caught and body surfed him back to the stage. We got to hear all her hits like Daddy's Getting Married, Everything, Spaceman, Moment of Weakness and of course her newest single I Love Myself Today off her latest CD Purge.

Bif and the gang enthusiastically showed off a bunch of new songs from Purge and really brought them to life. It's always neat to hear new songs live for the first time. I liked the song Regular Guy when I heard it on the CD but after hearing it live, I dig it even more! The crowd went wild when Bif performed We're Not Gonna Take It by 80s rock band Twisted Sister. One of the things that was really great, was the way Bif talked to her fans. She does that all the time. She makes you feel at home, as if we're all her friends hangin' out in her living room or something - it's cool. Bif puts on a great, straight-up rock 'n roll show, which is always a lot of fun.

Rating:4

For more on Bif check out her official site.

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