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washingtonpost.com: As soon as it was announced that Erykah Badu would perform in the Washington area over Valentine’s Day weekend, the chatter started: Who better to hear from on the day of love than a woman who seems so uniquely skilled at it? According to lore, looking directly into Badu’s eyes means falling instantly in love, and also going just a little bit crazy. For evidence of this, see rappers Andre 3000, Jay Electronica and, most notably, Common, who changed his style of music and traded jeans for crochet pants while they were dating.
But that legend of Badu’s allure is reductive — she doesn’t have that effect on romantic partners, she has that effect on everyone. We all clamor to be in her presence. We all wear the crochet pants, so to speak.Read more.
blogs.dallasobserver.com: And now the wait is over. After months of anticipation, this morning The Bomb Factory revealed the plans for its grand reopening party to be held this spring. Leading the way: Perhaps Dallas' greatest living musical treasure, Erykah Badu, will play the historic Deep Ellum venue on Thursday, March 26. Two days later, she'll be followed by sentimental favorites the Toadies.
"Obviously she's badass," says Bomb Factory owner Clint Barlow of Badu. "We wanted to have somebody that was a Dallas native and somebody that was big." Having the Toadies play that Saturday falls into line with that same logic. "There's going to be a lot of nostalgia with the actual venue, and what better way to open a Dallas venue than with a Dallas artist?" Read more.
Billboard.com: The Sundance Institute pulled off the near-impossible at its annual Celebration of Music in Film concert Jan. 25 at the Park City venue the Shop. The artists assembled -- Common, Erykah Badu, Aloe Blacc and more -- evoked the soul and power of the iconoclastic Nina Simone, working her songbook with a reverence for her originality and spirit with little stylistic restraint. Read more.
Erykah Badu Performing at Sundance's Celebration of Music in Film Concert