Canadian-born Diana Krall has become one of the most popular artists in jazz over the last two decades by stamping onto jazz standards her personal style as a pianist and chanteuse, selling more than 15 million albums worldwide and winning two Grammy Awards. For her latest record, Glad Rag Doll, Krall reaches back into the 1920s and '30s for what Grammy- and Oscar-winning producer T Bone Burnett calls “sex music,” songs Krall says her grandmother introduced her to at the piano just as she was becoming a teenager. Krall describes her current tour as “vaudeville theater” – Boardwalk Empire lead Steve Buscemi appears in a silent film – style video for the album's final number.

Fri., April 4, 8 p.m., 2014
(Expired: 04/04/14)

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