Elena from Fort Lauderdale, Florida
FANTASTIC IN SPOTIFY AND TIDAL, NOT IN LIVE PERFORMANCE
Perhaps its time to listen to her just via Spotify or Tidal. We spent $1000 to go and listen to her singing along with the group. Instead, we listened to her group trying to carry songs for more than 10 minutes, getting tired from music that was improvised as they were playing along and most of the times bad. If she didn't feel like performing, she should have cancelled the show. This is the 2nd and last time we had the experience with Diana Krall. Two years ago, in the summer, we had the chance to see her performing in an open theatre in Juan Lepins, in Southern France. We left 40 minutes after the beginning of the performance. Maybe, we got unlucky twice, but we definitely will not take the chance for a third time.
Michael T. from Fort Myers, Florida
PAST PERFORMANCES ARE NOT INDICATIVE OF FUTURE PERFORMANCE
One word: Disappointing! This is the third time we have seen her, and this is the worst performance we have seen. They played less than an hour and 20 minutes, she played ONE well known song, Temptation, and she sang very little. If I were considering seeing this tour I would tell you to save your money for the next tour that may be better. Her other two shows we have seen were fantastic, this was a huge let down. Our seats were ok, I would have preferred to be on the floor. Not a show for kids... talking will get you the evil eye from the granny next to you. Diana - hoping the next tour is better than this...
Evania from Orlando, Florida
First concert ever that I wanted a refund. Came to hear her sing...her band got more play than her vocals. Too many solos for drums, bass, violin. Have all her albums and first time seeing her. So many people left early....so disappointing.
G.Morrison from Charlotte, North Carolina
Disappointing! Loved hearing Diana singing and playing the piano, but it was mostly her band playing. They were good, but it was way too many instumental solos. She also acted like her hands were hurting and also said ouch during her performance. We had a great dinner at The Capital Grille and excellent seats. I will not pay the price to see her again!
Scotty from Calgary, Alberta
Went to see her and she didn't play half the show. Didn't go to see her band. she seemed very out of it And not wanting to be there. She didn't play the piano much. It was worst concert ever. Wouldn't ever go see her again. Went to the Guild for supper prior to the concert, which is great restaurant food was terrific.
Scott from Salt Lake City, Utah
Terrible... was Diana Krall actually there?
Michael from La Conner, WA
A NIGHT WITH DIANA’S STUDIO MUSICIANS
Horrible. Bought tickets for my wife’s birthday. She loves Diana Krall. We went to the 9/15/19 show in Bellingham, WA. Every ‘song’ was basically one verse from Diana, followed by a 5-6 minute ‘riff’ by each of the four musicians. When Diana sang, it was pretty bad. When she spoke in between songs, it was a rather incoherent stream of semi-consciousness. She reminded us of her band mates’ names at least 6 times. I realized about 1/2 way through the show that all of the ‘songs’ were the same tempo; same beats per minute. Which felt like it was accommodating the musicians - the riffs even became repetitive. We were dead center in the row, or else we would have left after 10 minutes. It never got better. I’ve never felt ripped off by a performer until the night I saw Diana Krall. She really should have turned over all the receipts to her four musicians. I couldn’t help thinking of that scene in This is Spinal Tap after Nigel left and the remaining band couldn’t fill a set list.
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