When the soul singer, with a style similar to that of Kate Nash, returned to the Bay Area Friday, it was to a packed house at Oakland’s much larger Fox Theater. Fans had been warned it might be better to avoid the area due to potential civil unrest in the aftermath of the Johannes Mehserle sentencing. But ticket holders didn’t care, and Welch made it clear she was grateful. Taking the stage behind a microphone stand decorated with flowers and a tom drum, Welch and the Machine kicked off their performance with “Drumming Song,” a driving concussive tune off the band’s debut album, 2009’s “Lungs.” The song set the tone for a show full of percussion.
Lynn Loscutoff’s many ballet glass tile pendant w/ matching rubber adjustable necklace awards and achievements include being an honorary life member of The Copley Society of Boston where she served as executive director for nine years and as a member of the Board of Governors for 11 years, She is also one of five people in 100 years to be awarded the Copley Medal for distinguished service to the arts in Boston, Married 60 years, the Loscutoffs met when she back home in Redwood City during summer vacation from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, She, and her best friend Darlene Bodley, Sequoia class of 1951 and now a Los Altos Hills resident, stopped by Rossotti’s Beer Garden (now known as Alpine Inn in Portola Valley) after a swim at Searsville Lake near Woodside and Portola Valley..
The other three concerts and their single ticket costs are. * Josinaldo Costa, March 5, general admission $15, student $10. * Ian O’Sullivan, May 7, general admission $15, student $10. * Raphaella Smits, June 18, general admission $30, student $20. A discounted price is available at: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2478477. A season pass for all four concerts — $65 general admission and $50 for a student or senior — is also available. Each season pass includes a free ticket ($10 value) for a guitar raffle sponsored by Kremona Guitars.
My Top Three Highlights were the individual dances by Rumer and Val, Riker Lynch and Allison Holker, and Nastia and Sasha (standing in for Derek), Rumer and Val performed a Viennese waltz that was breathtakingly beautiful, As they came over for the judges’ comments, Tom could only say, “Wow, Wow, wow, wow.” It was steamy, sexy, sensual and very romantic, but for some reason, neither head judge Len Goodman nor judge Julianne Hough could see clear to giving them a perfect 10 like judges Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli, so their total was 38 out of 40.But it was 10s all the way for Riker and Allison, who did a contemporary number that was so fast, physical and well-done that I couldn’t tell the pro from the celeb, an opinion echoed by Julianne, Len said, “I love a great performance and THAT was a great performance!” They got four 10s for a perfect 40.Nastia and Sasha’s quickstep was also a perfect “10-er” that Carrie Ann called “a showstopper,” and it was, Their connections were terrific and Nastia showed a lot of emotion on her face, which had been a ballet glass tile pendant w/ matching rubber adjustable necklace problem in past weeks, They also received a 40, and at one point, Bruno cried out, “This is like the final!”..
“I love connecting with audiences and fans, at the concerts and online. Being able to share music with them and make them feel good, that is such a high and so gratifying.”. As Andrew continues making venturesome music, he’ll also be embarking on travels. “I’ll be mountain-biking in the Sierras this summer. We are also going to Nicaragua to help build a school for indigenous people. That should be a real adventure and very rewarding, to give back to people who aren’t blessed with the things we have in first world countries. And there will probably be some new musical inspirations derived from all that.”.
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