So what kind of guitars was she playing...look like Taylor's to me, but there are so many nice guitars out there and many of them have the same style to them...What a magical night of lovely music...
The concert’s opening act was marvelous jazz-folk guitarist and song-writer-performer Richard Julian. His lovely story songs were poignant as well as a lot of fun. His song dedicated to ‘Norton Anti-Virus Customer-Service Complaint Dept. was funny and made me laugh, just an excellent song.
Madeleine Peyroux (pronounced ~ "Pi-Roo") began her performance with her lovely tune “Blue Alert” after which in the time in between, a gentleman in the third row shouted–up to her, before she started playing the next song, “We can’t hear you very well.” Madeleine responded, “Wow, I thought that we were playing really loud.” “If it’s too loud I won’t be able to hear my bass player.” She laughed and said, “I could talk about this all night…” and played the next song, “A Little Bit”. After that song she motioned (hand signal) to her, Sound Engineer to turn-up the volume on everything… And OMG, Wow! what an improvement, the sound simply filled the room with glorious fullness and depth all at once. :clap: It was really amazing and fantastic all at the same time, like a vial had been removed, from a beautiful piece of art, like a re-moving a vial over an alabaster sculpture of Madeleine Peyroux.
James,Madeleine Peyroux’s voice is her greatest attribute, far and away but she is an excellent guitarist as well. She sang and played an acoustic guitar, which was the size and shape of a classical guitar, with an amplified pick-up added, for most all of the songs she performed.