Wow, 4 dates in Saskatchewan. Look at us!!

Krall Enters New ‘Room’
Jazz superstar Diana Krall explores the piano in greater depth on her upcoming album “The Girl in the Other Room,” due in April from Verve. The leader of the “back to standards” movement in the 1990s, the Canadian artist steers into a new direction with six “new” standards and six originals that she co-wrote with new husband Elvis Costello.
Produced by Krall and Tommy LiPuma, the strings-less CD features Krall leading two different quartets. Costello and Krall wed Dec. 6 in England.
Krall was Billboard’s top jazz artist of 2003, having dominated the charts for more than a year with her album “Live in Paris” (Verve).
As previously reported, Krall and Costello will be among the host of musicians paying tribute to Sting when he is honored in February as the MusiCares person of the year. The Feb. 6 gala event in Los Angeles will also feature performances by Tony Bennett, Black Eyed Peas, Dido, Elton John, k.d. lang, Dave Matthews, John Mayer and Rufus Wainwright.
Krall has plans to launch a Canadian tour in May. The run will kick off with a May 2-4 stand in Calgary and close with a May 30-31 booking in Ottowa.
Here are Krall’s 2004 tour dates:
May 2-4: Calgary (Jubilee Auditorium)
May 5: Kelowna, British Columbia (Skyreach Center)
May 7: Vancouver (GM Place)
May 12-13: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (Centennial Concert Hall)
May 15-16: Regina, Saskatchewan (Regina Center of the Arts)
May 17: Winnipeg (Winnipeg Center Hall)
May 21: Quebec City, Quebec (Pepsi Colisee)
May 22: Halifax, Nova Scotia (Halifax Metro Center)
May 23: St. John’s, Newfoundland (Mile One)
May 25: London, Ontario (Labatt Center)
May 27-29: Toronto (Hummingbird Center)
May 30-31: Ottawa, Ontario (NAC).