Thursday, October 23, 2008
Krystle Warren: Look At Her Working
I'm kicking myself. I really should have found a way to get to Krystle Warren's show at the Record Bar last weekend. Word on the street is that she's transformed herself into an innovative jazz-inflected artist. The former Kansas City resident failed to impress me the last time I saw her perform. She was doing a folk-oriented thing that I just couldn't appreciate. This recent cover of "Eleanor Rigby" was mentioned in a recent Star profile. It's fantastic. Is it jazz? Not exactly. And I don't care.
Posted by Happy In Bag at 10:17 AM
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I'm obviously just overlooking it, but I don't see a link to your jazz calendar? How/where does one view it?
Thanks for asking, Anon.
It's listed as "Plastic Sax Event Calendar" in the "Local Clubs and Institutions" column.
I really need to link to Jardine's and to the Blue Room at that site; I'm a slacker...
Man, I would have never found that...I think you should put it at the top of the site, loud & proud, for all the hard work you do on this thing.
It's a great reference that I think could easily be overlooked.
Just my opinion...and you know what they say about opinions...
All the preening "look at me! look at me!" vocalists, where do they all come from? I don't know, but I wish they'd go back to singing in front of the mirror.
Anon, 9:31- Thanks for checking in. I disagree with you in this case, but you made me laugh.
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