Diana Krall

Jazz Pianist Diana Krall Headed to The Grand

Tuesday, August 12th, 2014

After Elvis Costello’s recent performance at The Grand, it has been announced that Costello’s wife, Grammy Award-winning pianist/singer Diana Krall, will also be performing there.

Krall, whose most recent release was 2012’s T-Bone Burnett-produced “Glad Rag Doll,” will bring her tour to Wilmington Nov. 24 for an 8 p.m. show.

Krall’s 12th studio album, “Wallflower,” is set for Sept. 9 release via New York-based Verve Records.

The album is full of cover songs that have inspired Krall, especially early in her career. Songs include The Eagles’ “Desperado,” Bob Dylan’s “Wallflower,” Harry Nilsson’s “Everybody’s Talkin’,” Mamas & the Papas’ “California Dreamin’,” Elton John’s “Sorry Seems to Be The Hardest Word” and a new composition by Paul McCartney, called “If I Take You Home Tonight.”

Krall last performed at The Grand in April 2013.

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One Response to Jazz Pianist Diana Krall Headed to The Grand

  1. Geovana says:

    Excellent clothes just peferct the shawl against the top.Oh but you know why they call us the Switzerland of the Middle East because both we and them are nations made by minorities seeking refuge from oppression.Then again, the Swiss model managed to avoid internal clashes thanks to the canton system, which in turn owes itself to the fact that demographic distribution runs along ethnic (actually, linguistic) lines, whereas here demographic segregation is a very recent phenomenon, the result of the Civil War Goddamn it. Before that, demographic distribution followed no sectarian lines (id est, everyone was living next to, though never with, everyone).The question remains, in the possible scenario of Lebanon holding on together and moving forth, on whether that would be the result of a cantonisation’ (bringing us closer to the Swiss model, but still not looking the sectarian question in the eye), or that of a genuine secular becoming.

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