I got to meet Vaughan after the show. He must have walked off stage and then immediately to the merchandise table in the lobby since he beat me out there. I’m not sure I’ve ever seen any artist come out to meet and greet fans so quickly. Vaughan was also very obliging to everyone, which was extremely cool.
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Williams’ witty banter between songs — which ranged from discussions of Hooters, Greek mythology, and dreams about performing an opera with Shawn Colvin — was worth the price of admission alone. But the music she churned out was even better.
It caught me a little off-guard at first, but after two or three songs, I really got into it and dug it. It was a very different way to approach a show, and I thought it really worked well for him.