Diana Krall Reviews
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Jim from Minneapolis, Minnesota
Her voice, and piano playing, combined with an excellent band was simply wonderful.
Ernst Bakerquist from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
The wife and I loved this show. Diana with a world class band...what's not to love? We did hear some hardcore fans complaining in the lobby, although most of it was "...didn't sing my favorite song(s), so this wasn't good...." Lighting, staging, and performance...all top notch. My biggest complaint was the idiot (and wife) who decided to fire up a phablet during one song, and talk out loud about whatever was on the screen. An usher finally had them cease and desist, but they ruined nearly the entire song for everyone near them.
Dave & laurie from Washington, District of Columbia
THIS GIRL CAN PLAY!!
Our first time seeing Diana Krall. was a little disappointed at first when only 4 other musicians came out with her but they proved me wrong with performance, especially Anthony Wilson the guitar player who played 4 or 5 different guitars. Diana is an amazing piano player!!. I had a perfect view to watch her fingers move along the keys like a hot knife thru butter. In a couple of the slow low key songs, you could hear a pin drop, which was awesome considering the amount of wine drinking lawn patrons. Oh, did I mention the violin player?......WOW! LOVED the whole show but would have liked a couple more up beat tunes. Still love you Diana!
Dee from Santa Barbara, California
DISAPPOINTED / WALLFLOWER TOUR
Love , Love Diana Krall. That said . At the Santa Barbara Bowl she sang one song from her latest release Wallflower. The encore song was O Canada, nothing against Canada, but California Dreamin' would have been more appropriate. Sorry I left at O Canada. The ensemble of musician's was incredible, but I paid to hear her. My husband has been very ill so this was a special night out . We listen to her Wallflower release all the time . Just very disappointed it was represented that way. Still love her , but will stay home next time .
Anonymous from Boston, Massachusetts
L AND M
This concert was no "wallflower tour" she barely played anything from that CD, very disappointing,. Her band mates were good but we went to hear her not them, they played more than she sang. This was my 2nd time seeing her and it will be my last as I felt disappointed the first time too but figured she just had an off night. She. Is so much better in my living room than in person. Plus she's a crab to the audience.
Wayne Henderson from Dallas, Texas
My daughter and I went to see Diana perform, but it was mostly her guitarist that saved the show. I think she was not feeling well - her voice was raspy, off key and just not very good. I had high hopes it would be like her "evening in Paris" concert, but it was not to be. If you can't perform, you should cancel the gig and offer refunds.
Carol Aff from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
NOT ENOUGH DIANA
There was very little of the Krall vocalization, which we came to see and hear. The band was excellent but they should have been supporting her performance, not the feature act. Ms Krall seemed to stumble through the performance, almost seeming confused. This did not measure up to her show at the Mann a couple of years ago.
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