|The Colorado Symphony - All photos by the Rock and Roll Princess|
|Diana Krall and her band|
|Diana Krall, her jazz band, and the Colorado Symphony|
A sudden gust of wind blew her sheet music up into the lighting rigs. Just as if it was planned, Krall played the tornado theme music from The Wizard of Oz as members of the symphony caught the papers. That's when Diana Krall admitted that she couldn't really read the music without her glasses. "But you people can't handle me in glasses." That's the moment she played Eddie DeLange's 1933 classic Moonglow. The lyrics summed up the evening perfectly, "We seemed to float right through the air/Heavenly songs seemed to come from everywhere."
See you at the next show. I'll be the one chasing after sheet music in a colorful Hawaiian shirt in the moon glow.