To see a legend in the making is something that everyone should experience, and at The Tabernacle in Atlanta Friday night, I witnessed just that. To say Chrisette Michele is in a league all by herself is an understatement. You must see this young lady in concert who in my opinion sounds better live than on audio. From the moment Chrisette hit the stage with Epiphany, the title of her second disc, the crowd was on their feet. She tirelessly sang several songs and was flawless throughout. She took a short break while two members of her band took to the stage and paid homage to other females in the game (Jill, Mary, Beyonce, Alicia, Fantasia), whom Chrisette respects. After this Chrisette returned to the stage in a long blue sundress to tackle the second portion of her show. Radio really needs to come to their senses and give Chrisette the same kind of airplay they give to Beyonce and Rhianna . True talent like Chrisette’s and her opening act Laura Izibor cannot and should not be denied. If you are blessed to get a ticket to her show please go! Tickets are reasonably priced (I paid under fify bucks), and she is playing small venues so the setting is an intimate one where you can get the full effect of the Chrisette/Laura experience.