Emelie Sande Could 'Feel the History' in London's Royal Albert Hall

The soul singer shares what it was like performing for the first time at the historic venue.
1:14 | 08/27/13

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very soulful singer, song writer, emeli sande. Her album "live at the royal albert hall" is available at target. Can't wait for her to perform a song from that album and her first album in a moment. First, let's chat. Royal albert hall. What was it like to play in such a historic setting? It was incredible. Really overwhelming. In london, that's one of the most beautiful buildings. So, to be able to play there really -- you could feel the commercial, you know, the m history in the building was there. You have the number one selling album in the u.K. You broke the beatles' 50-year record of consecutive records in the top-ten album charts. Holy cow. You're breaking beatles' records? That was not expected when i released it. But it was great when people contacted in that way. And keep it there. You've collaborated with some of the best names in music. But first, you studied to be a neuroscientist. And always in my head, i wanted to be a musician. I'm glad I have the education. We're lucky, to have you here, singing "my kind of love,"

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