Kate Nash concert photos: Live at Terminal 5

The saucy British songstress administers a heavy dose of girl power during her latest NYC gig

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  • Photograph: Michael J. Chen

    Kate Nash performs at Terminal 5 on November 9, 2013.

  • Photograph: Michael J. Chen

    Kate Nash performs at Terminal 5 on November 9, 2013.

  • Photograph: Michael J. Chen

    Kate Nash performs at Terminal 5 on November 9, 2013.

  • Photograph: Michael J. Chen

    Kate Nash performs at Terminal 5 on November 9, 2013.

  • Photograph: Michael J. Chen

    La Sera performs in support of Kate Nash at Terminal 5 on November 9, 2013.

Photograph: Michael J. Chen

Kate Nash performs at Terminal 5 on November 9, 2013.

The versatility of Kate Nash was on full display Saturday night as the London-born singer delighted the Terminal 5 audience with her arsenal of musical talents. Opening with a hushed a cappella number, "Lullaby for an Insomniac" from her recently released album, Girl Talk, Nash then switched into rock-girl mode for the majority of the set, before ending with piano-driven crowd-pleaser "Merry Happy." Mixed into the show were three costume changes, crowd surfing and an open invitation to all the ladies in attendance to join her onstage for the set closer—an invitation happily accepted by many. Brooklyn's Starlight Girls and La Sera (Katy Goodman of Vivian Girls) rounded out the evening's girl-power triumvirate.

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