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Read "Diana Krall Sextet at Mesa Arts Center"
In a stage setting that resembled an old-time theater, Krall mostly performed music from the 1920s and 1930s, saying she loved old music and silent movies,and that she had heard many of the songs on her father's Gramophone, which was positioned stage left throughout the evening.
The Otago Daily Times
Elvis Costello to play favourites
''They tell me it's great'', the English-born, Vancouver-based singer-songwriter said via phone from Melbourne last week before he and his band The Imposters packed their bags for their performance at the Queenstown Blues And Roots Festival on Saturday.
Diana Krall takes fresh twist on forgotten tunes | Concert review
Diana Krall performs songs from her new vaudeville-inspired album "Glad Rag Doll" during her one-night tour stop at the Paramount on Wednesday.
When jazz masters meet pop classics
I had the opportunity a few years back to interview David Sanborn. The saxophonist has enjoyed a long and stellar career fronting his own ensemble but the reality is that many of us first encountered his horn sound as a session musician.
The Orange County Register
Diana Krall unearths forgotten gems at Segerstrom
If you're an Elvis Costello fan and you saw his talented wife, Diana Krall, playing with her band on Saturday at Segerstrom Hall, I'll bet you came away from the almost-two-hour concert convinced that his magpie curiosity and wild eclecticism are rubbing off on her.
The Plain Dealer
Elvis Costello: Rock and Roll Hall of Famer brings solo tour to PlayhouseSquare in mid-June
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Elvis Costello added 10 dates to his "Elvis Costello - Solo'' tour, and one of them is at PlayhouseSquare's Palace Theatre.