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Bedingfield gives dynamic, energetic performance during 'Less Is More' Tour

nt071511-Natasha-bendenfieldI set out for the July 6 concert at The House of Blues in Dallas excited to be hearing one of my newest fave chick singers, Kate Voegele, only to be blown away by the energy and passion of headliner Natasha Bedingfield.

The name of the tour is “Less Is More” and that’s precisely what we got — a handful of songs from Voegele and even fewer from opener Andy Grammer, but three times more of Bedingfield than anticipated. The first two acts were on stage for maybe a total of 45 minutes.


Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt warm up the Meyerson with witty banter, solid performances and near-perfect sound

When Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt took the stage Thursday night at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, it felt more like they were walking into their living room instead of getting ready to perform before a crowd of 2,000 – and it set the mood for the evening.


Emmylou Harris and the Winspear: A match made in heaven – not

Emmylou Harris and the Winspear Opera House – it could have been the perfect marriage of words and music.


Jimmy Buffett defies judgment day prediction, remembers roots

If Harold Camping’s judgment day prediction had come to pass at 6 p.m. Saturday night, some 30,000 parrotheads would have missed a terrific show by Jimmy Buffett at the Pizza Hut Park in Frisco.


An ‘Unforgettable’ Evening - North East Texas Choral Society bringing love songs to Civic Center May 7-8

What makes a song “Unforgettable”? How does a tune remain popular through the years? Why do a few musical notes and a touch of poetry sometimes give us goose bumps?

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