What’s wrong with Diana Krall?

Just wondering if anybody else saw Diana Krall on tour this past summer. I had been a very big fan and had previously seen her live years ago in San Francisco and Tampa/St. Pete. My recollection was that she was amazing in concert...she played flawlessly, she was engaging, and her ensemble was very tight. However, I took my wife to see her this past June in Memphis...man what a disappointment. First, they were 20 minutes late hitting the stage. Diana seemed like she was under some chemical influence...she mumbled her requisite bon mots to no one in particular, forgot lyrics to some songs (!), and basically took most of the night off, letting her bandmates do an extended jam session with lengthy solos on every song! Looking at customer reviews from her performances at other venues, this had apparently been going on for quite some time. Her whole set, including a halfhearted encore, was only about an hour. God, I hope she is ok and pulls herself together...what a terrible waste if she can’t.
@geoffkait  said : "I did not know that."

Do you expect us to believe that? ;-)

@schubert said: "True , it is a matter of taste , good taste and bad taste."

 True enough. And I'm sure our audiophile friends who exclusively appreciate classical music probably think all of us jazz and rock fans have wonderful taste in music.

And I've heard that some folks like country and hip-hop. 

Wonder what they think of Geddy Lee or Sid Vicious?
Garebear...in the future (whenever THAT is...wait...it's now...or NOW...) I will refrain from any humor, sarcasm, or silliness when responding to anything from you as clearly you're humorless, and that's fine although that sort of response chews the fun outta my posting gum. I still have LiPuma's phone number, but I now know why nobody answers when I call.
People, I just want to say, you know, can we all get along?
Happy Holidays, guyz. 
I don't have any info on Diana, but we had tickets to see her in Reno in early November and she cancelled, as well as a number of other concerts, "due to illness." I hope she is well.