Wednesday, September 28, 2005
Excellent Chron review
And that's exactly what Klea and the RHB crew have gotten this morning.
Key excerpt (among many):
"Klea Blackhurst hits a note, settles inside it and brightens it from within. Her voice has the broad, lively brassiness of the young Ethel Merman -- a quality she exploited well in her 2001 Merman tribute (and CD), "Everything the Traffic Will Allow" -- and she can modulate the tone to sound like brass dipped in honey. When she hits a high note, she not only sustains it but breathes new life and breadth into it along the way."
Sounds dreamy, no?
Considering this review, the fact that it's a Cole Porter show, and the fact that there was only limited availability of tickets with the 20% off blog reader's discount, consider this your regular reminder to take advantage of said discount...ASAP!