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Author Topic: The Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA 04.10.17 (review)  (Read 289 times)
Keepin' secrets at midnight
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« on: April 11, 2017, 12:18:45 pm »

So this is my favorite venue in the city and she hadn't played it since 2004. It was much different. Seated instead of standing. I was excited because all through Skye and Tristen it was so quiet and people were listening. People were excited for Vanessa and she got that elephant out of the room by doing ATM first. This dude was all, "You want us to stand up?" She said, "No, you can just chill." HILarious. I was super annoyed with the people chatting and after so long, I couldn't take it and had to say something. It took  some serious crisis communication for me to remain calm so I didn't get arrested. everything for me not to be arrested. I just don't get it. Why do you come to a show to talk?

She played on a grand piano it was nice!!

As I said before. I just can't get over how amazing they sound and the looping and layers going on!?! Huh?
The set list was almost the same but that's ok. I noticed even more cool sounds.

She didn't say she was going to come out which was okay but there was this young girl who was 15. It was her first show. Talk about feeling old. I asked her how does one get into an artist who's first album came out when you were born. She said, her dad, Again talk about feeling old. Lol.

Fairweather Friend
Who's to Say
White Houses
Take it Easy (into Operator)
Blue Pool
Love is an Art
Marching Line

I Don't Want to Be a Bride (got up and walked to the front of the stage leading a clap)
Mercedes Benz cover w/Tristen
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