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They are the most tallented, high educated,
sophisticated young group, i am glad they succeed
Viva Pink Martini from Anchorage, Alaska
PINK MARTINI IS WELCOMED IN AK
Pink Martini was fabulous ! They keep t the crowd going wild and
singing along and yes dancing! I will never forget it and can’t wait for
them to return again and again.
Phil from Kansas City, Missouri
Loved the show in KC. Leader does talk fast, but musicians and singer were fabulous. Very entertaining night. Could have listened all night!
Mark L from Kansas City, Missouri
KC SYYMPHONY AND PINK MARTINI
The best concert ever and we’ve seen Pink Martini in Portland and KC several times.
Kate Clinton from Galveston, Texas
AWESOME, UPBEAT, INTERNATIONAL ORCHESTRA!
We saw the Pink Martini Orchestra last night at the Galveston Opera House. They rocked the house with songs in many different languages, even in Japanese. Paris Forbes, singer song writer, wrote awesome , upbeat, international songs in many languages. Paris’ diction allowed me to hear every word and follow the bard. Each member of the orchestra was talented beyond words. We will look to see the Pink Martini Orchestra again.
Patricia Sprute from Spokane, Washington
Pink Martini and guests shared their extraordinary talent in voice and instrumental performance all evening. The piano duo set very impressive and China’s newest song at the piano for finale lovely. Thank you PM!
J. Evans from Portland, Oregon
PINK MARTINI AT EDGEFIELD
We have seen Pink Martini several times in concert, which is why when we saw they were performing at Edgefield in Portland, we jumped at the chance to have a fun, lively evening. What we got was not even close. The opening band was great, got the crowd up and dancing, anticipating the fun main event. However, when Pink Martini took the stage they seemed to take the crowd down, hosting several guests (which is normal), but each guest seemed to play a slow ballad with no fun upbeat music until the very, very end of the show when they closed with Eugene, however, by then the sleepy crowd sitting in the dark was either asleep or on their way home. It was a very disappointing evening. We will think twice before purchasing tickets again. Storm Large was great, but we hardly got to see her, and China Forbes was hardly on stage. Sad. Thomas Lauderdale seemed very unsettled. We would like to have seen more of the band themselves, not just guests. We paid to see Pink Martini!
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