jueves, 31 de marzo de 2011

Music from Far and Wide ( junoawards.ca ).

Music from Far and Wide: Celebrating 40 Years of the JUNO Awards

Since 1970, the JUNO Awards has honoured Canadian music and its creators. In 2010, Music from Far and Wide: Celebrating Forty Years of the JUNO Awards chronicles the history of Canadian musical excellence from across the spectrum: from Anne Murray to Bryan Adams; from Diana Krall to K-OS. Stories and anecdotes from Canada’s leading music writers Karen Bliss, Nick Krewen, Larry LeBlanc, and Jason Schneider paired with archival and behind-the-scenes photos document four remarkable decades of our country’s rich and dynamic musical legacy.

martes, 29 de marzo de 2011

Furthur Radio City 3-27-11 Fever (encore)

Elvis Costello, Larry Campbell and Diana Krall Join Furthur at Radio City

Elvis Costello, former Phil & Friends multi-instrumentalist Larry Campbell, Canadian jazz singer Diana Krall and former Phil & Friends singer Teresa Williams all sat in with Furthur last night at New York’s Radio City Music Hall. Furthur opened the show with the Grateful Dead’s usual Sunday song, the traditional “Samson and Delilah” and then brought out Campbell—who currently performs with Band drummer Levon Helm—for a cover of The Band’s “Chest Fever.” Elvis Costello—who has performed separately with Campbell and members of the Grateful Dead—then emerged for a Dead song Helm recently recorded, “Tennessee Jed.” Both Campbell and Costello remained onstage for “Friend of the Devil”—a song Costello plays during his solo sets—as well as “Ship of Fools,” “It Must Have Been the Roses” and “Ripple.” The latter song also featured noted jazz singer Diana Krall on vocals.

Furthur’s second set opened with a guest-free take on “Throwing Stones.” Later in the set, Teresa Williams took the stage to sing on Donna Jean Godchaux’s “Sunrise” and “What’s Become of the Baby.” Williams sang with Furthur on both songs at the Furthur Festival last May. Campbell also returned to the stage for a run through “Uncle John’s Band.”

All of the evening’s guests returned one final time during the band’s encore. After “Days Between,” Campbell, Costello and Krall all took the stage for Furthur’s first version of “Fever.” Williams then joined in as the evening’s entire cast closed the night with “Attics of My Life.”...



Set I:
Ripple (w/Larry Campbell, Elvis Costello & Diana Krall)

Set II: Encore II: Phil Banter
Jam > (w/Larry Campbell, Elvis Costello & Diana Krall)
Fever (w/Larry Campbell, Elvis Costello & Diana Krall)


lunes, 21 de marzo de 2011

Marian McPartland Film Premiere ( Diana Krall and Elvis Costello arriving at premiere)

March 19, 2011, Port Washington, NY

The film was created by Huey (one name only) of Maine and has been in production since 2006. It documents the life and career of jazz legend Marian McPartland as a pioneering woman musician, composer, educator and host of NPR’s Marian McPartland’s Piano Jazz.

Marian's generosity and willingness to help emerging artists is well known and is well documented in the film. Diana Krall has an especially nice story to tell in the film.

© Diana Robinson Photography (www.flickr.com)

domingo, 13 de marzo de 2011

Platyna dla Diany Krall - 10 marzec 2008 (www.infomusic.pl)

W wyniku bardzo dobrej sprzedaży ostatniego albumu podsumowującego jej dotychczasową karierę, Diana Krall odebrała 9 marca we Wrocławiu "Platynową Płytę".

Wizyta w Polsce odbyła się w ramach koncertu, będącego częścią festiwalu "Jazz nad Odrą". Podczas występu Artystka wykonała sporo „przebojów” swoich mistrzów: Georga Gershwina, Cole’a Portera i Nat King Cole’a.

"Platynę" amerykańskiej wokalistce wręczyły osoby bezpośrednio odpowiedzialne za dział muzyki klasycznej i jazzowej w Universal Music Polska (foto - od lewej: Marek Dusza, Paulina Grudzińska, Diana Krall, Piotr Rzeczycki, Inga Chmielewska, Marcin Kydryński).

Fuente: http://www.infomusic.pl/recenzje/artykul/16326

jueves, 10 de marzo de 2011

VID: Diana Krall - I Love Being Here With You (2010)

The Krall sisters at the MMRF Fall Gala 2010.

lunes, 7 de marzo de 2011