Performing not only his own topnotch originals but also covers of Prince's Controversy, The Ohio Player's Fire, Chuck Berry's Johnny B. Goode and other classics, he's that rarest of performers who is a non-stop flurry of inexhaustible dance moves, guitar God solos, flawless vocals and boundless energy.
You just can't take your eyes off the guy.
With an audience of every possible race, creed, color and age, all were caught up in his joyful noise. Doing splits that rivaled his heroes Prince and James Brown, he tirelessly worked not only a tiny stage but repeatedly made his way straight into the audience.
Without exaggeration, I highly doubt there was a better show than this anywhere in New York City last night, and quite possibly nowhere else on Planet Earth.
I am thoroughly jaded and have seen some of the greatest showmen to ever step foot on a stage live- James Brown, George Clinton, 1970s Al Green, Sly Stone, Bobby Womack, Mick Jagger...I could go on and on...and I can attest to the fact after seeing LAW live again at The Producer's Club, that he is a world class performer.
Few can step on a stage in 2017 and touch him.