What that out of the way. Let's get to that meat of the post & what I think of the show. I not going to give a down to a smallest detail kinda of review. Just what I think about the show in general. So when seen the stage was filled with large presents that made it feel like that she was going for during her tour & all. I thought that it was going be like that thru out the show. Nope I was wrong the props where changed out from to time & you did not always see the props switched out.
At times Lindsey did take a small break & share a story about things that happen during the tour or a very personal story that really shows that she is stronger then she looks. I did cry a few times has she was talking & can relate to the pain of the death of a good friend or family member.
Their was a bits of the show that was just for fun & laughs in the show that where just a nice touch of humor to get the crowd to crack a smile throw out the show. Some of the bits worked very well on me & I think that it was a great side of Lindsey that we don't see that much of, but I like to see more bits like them in the future tours that she has going for her.
Now for the songs that she played. Most of the tracks that was played. They where from her Warmer in the Winter & first albums. Not to say the she was wrong to play them, but I still happy to know that she play a good some of my personal favorite tracks in the line up. The movements of the dancers was just amazing to see on the stage. Wish the the lights quit hitting me in the eyes so I can eyes so I can see the full movement of the dancers, but with that aside. It was a near perfect show.
If you ask me I think that Lindsey truly is a talented person that has really change my views on indie musicians & women that can do more then you think. Her music is very powerful. I just wish that see came to Oklahoma City sooner & hopefully one day that I can tell her on how much her music had a impact on me. That maybe a long shot, but I just say "Thank you giving me hope that I never had without her music."