David from Portland, OR
WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO DIANNA?
My wife and I flew down to OC from Portland to see DK at Segertrom - third time seeing her. She was out of sorts, distant and not engaged with the audience at all. When she tried any interaction it was with incomplete thoughts, flipping of her hair and “oh well”. Her backup trio was outstanding but to hear them play for 75% of the evening with her sitting and staring at them was not what we paid to see. Probably last time seeing her live.........
Alma from La Mirada, California
We bought tickets to the Diana Krall concert at Segerstrom Hall, Costa Mesa on Nov. 4, 2018. We were expecting to hear Diana Krall sing. What we got was a group of musicians doing a jam session meanwhile the singer just stared at them, flipped her hair and moved her feet constantly. She hardly sung. She looked and sounded spaced out. Her speech was slurred. Her sentences were left unfinished. We kept waiting for her to snap out of it, but it just was a waste of time and money. We just attended a $400 concert, our very worst concert ever! She has such beautifully recorded songs and voice. Too bad she can't perform anymore. The highlight of that night for us was having dinner and listening to a great band in the outdoor area before the concert. Her reviews on costamesatheater com show that too many of her fans have experienced the same behavior and felt it was a complete waste of their money. Segerstrom Hall is a beautiful venue, we have attended great concerts in the past
Cheande. from Boston, Massachusetts
We’ve been wanting to see her for years. Got tickets for the show at the Chevalier Theatre in Medford Ma....the theatre: that’s another story! She was 25 minutes late...didn’t know where she was...very disoriented...seemingly incoherent...could not remember the lyrics to her songs...jumped around like she didn’t have a plan. I don’t know how her musicians kept up with her erratic behavior. We left an hour into the performance...very disappointing!
Joe from Boston, Massachusetts
AWFUL, WASTED NIGHT OUT
she was terrible, no energy, didn't know the words of songs, walked out about 1/2 hour into the show.
J. Leisure from St. Louis, Missouri
WHERE WAS DIANA?
My wife and I were so excited to see Diana in concert again.We had seen her at the Fabulous Fox with Chris Botti and what a show. This time is was so disappointing and the only reason we didn't walk out was we kept thinking it will get better. It got worse. She acted like she was a band member instead of the artist. At one point she forgot what she was playing and we had to listen over and over to the band members do their solos. If you are planning on seeing her show you would be better off buying her CD and going to a very nice restaurant. Very expensive tickets for a very disappointing performance.
JD Duncan from Memphis, TN
WE GET IT, YOUR BAND IS TALENTED, WHAT ABOUT YOU?
Orpheum, Saturday night, Memphis TN. VERY underwhelmed and disappointed. Show started 15 minutes late and was essentially a hour and 20 minute jazz jam session with little or no Diana. She DID sing "I've Got You Under My Skin" and "Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars", but that was about it...NO "The Look of Love", "Just the Way You Are", "The Boy From Ipanema", "S'Wonderful", "You Go to My Head", etc, etc...you get it, the songs we ALL wanted to hear. Can I get my $98 back?!@!!?
Cristy C. from Fayetteville, Arkansas
THIS CONCERT SEEMED TO BE AN AFTER-THOUGHT FOR HER
I really wish she would have acted like she wanted to be there -I kept waiting for her to belt it out but she remained seated on her piano bench - too many solos from her band, not enough of Diana. Disappointing.
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