Just got out of the Imogen Heap concert at the Paramount in Seattle. Great show! She had three opening acts - two bands were comprised of members of her touring band, plus a group of people she'd auditioned especially in Seattle for an a cappella number.
So - here's the setlist:
Come Here Boy
Wait It Out
First Train Home
Breathe In (Frou Frou!)
Bad Body Double
Let Go (Frou Frou again!)
Just For Now
Clear The Area
Goodnight And Go
Headlock (non-encore encore)
The Moment I Said It
Hide And Seek
She said that 12 of the songs were from an online poll, including #15, which was unique. Just For Now was a crowd sing-a-long, dividing the audience into three sections. Earth featured a Seattle a cappella group, Sintonia, that had formed just for the show, and were also the first opening act.
The other opening acts were Geese, who were the two violinists in her touring band + the drummer, and Ben Christophers, who was her guitarist. Imogen introduced each act. The whole opening sets took about an hour, give or take. (7:38 - 8:46). Imogen went on at 9:10 or so - ended at 11:30.
Seattle Improv is a song she wrote on the spot, based on audience suggestions.
Yes - she played a couple of Frou Frou songs, which I wasn't expecting.
She mentioned that one song was about her professor, and that she told that story one night - and was mortified to discover he was in the audience that night.
Started First Train Home by playing two wine glasses (w/lemon) wearing wrist microphones. Said that's the first sound you hear on Ellipse.
(Okay - I'm tired so I'm going to have to edit this post more tomorrow)