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Many of them were introduced to Storm in 2006 when she was a finalist on CBS’ and from her time spent touring with Portland-based band, Pink Martini. The first set started out with two Cole Porter songs “Under my Skin” and “It’s All Right with Me.”She joked that “It’s All Right with Me”is basically a song about “You’re married and I’m married, but fuck it, we’re drunk,” And then she began tapping the tambourine against her thigh and belted out her unique vocal version of Porter’s classic song.

"Historically, very bright clouds have occasionally been seen on Neptune, but usually at latitudes closer to the poles, around 15 to 60 degrees north or south," Professor Imke de Pater, of UC Berkeley's Astronomy Department, said.

"Never before has a cloud been seen at, or so close to the equator, nor has one ever been this bright." Scientists believe a huge, high-pressure, dark vortex system may be what's causing the cloud cover because as gases rise up in a vortex, they cool down and form clouds.

She waled on the chorus with a gritty vocal and slid back into crystal crisp high notes.

The 300 capacity, newly renovated theater was half-full with excited fans. She was accompanied by her playful band: James Beaton (piano), Scott Weddle (guitar) Greg Eklund (Drums), and Matt Brown (Bass).

Forbes needed vocal surgery followed by a year of recovery.

Actually, it was Large who recommended Schindler to her.

But one thing is certain: there is no other musical aggregation in the world that can approach the incredible feats of sonic perfection Pink Martini regularly demonstrate.