Our Music Is Red, with Purple Flashes

Mosty dug Pink Martini‘s show at Wolf Trap Monday night, and reviewed it for the Paper of Record. Can’t believe they didn’t play “Let’s Never Stop Falling in Love,” but choosing the setlist is — all together now kids — the artist’s business, not ours. Even when they’re wrong: I would have taken anything in place of “Brazil” to wrap things up.

China Forbes (left), Thomas M. Lauderdale and the rest of Pink Martini. Photo by Adam Levey.

I was at a late, long happy hour with the staffers of DCist’s arts section last night, all of whom I was meeting in person for the first time. As expected, a fine and noble bunch.


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