|Natalie put on a great show at San Diego State. She has gotten better since I saw her a year ago. Being more comfortable with her new band definitely helped. She got us on our feet when we seemed hesitant to dance. :-) She danced up a storm herself. I'm sure all the guys wanted her as she twirled across the stage in her hot little dress. She played all the tunes off Tigerlily and a couple from her 10,000 Maniacs days. I kinda wished she had played a few more from the old days but it was not to be. She did perform a great rendition of "Peace, Love, & Happiness". :-) The concert was the most fun I've been to for a long time. :-)|
|Innocence Mission opened to a sold-out house in San Diego's Civic Theatre(11/20/95). I've never seen them before and for a few minutes thought it was Natalie! The lead singer has a similiar sounding voice and from 15 rows back they look like sisters. Most of their set had a bluesy feel to it reminiscient of The Cowboy Junkies or Mazzy Star. They did an excellent cover of "From Both Sides" by Joni Mitchell. One complaint I have is there set was too short! Next time I stop by Off The Record I'll have to pick up their cd. :-)|
Natalie started her show with a little dance with a backlight against the curtains. She was quite a tease with her slinky moves.