Singer Songwriter, ChristyJefferson, who hails fromDoylestown, Pennsylvania,warmed the cold night air inthe cozy home of hosts BobMueller and AndriaPatterson in Warrington, PAon the evening of December12, 2010. Her ninetyminute, two set show was ashining example of thesuperior level of talent thatcan be enjoyed in theintimate setting of a houseconcert.Jefferson, who cites ToriAmos and Counting Crowsamong her influences, has asweet, sexy charisma thatlends both a snap and a glow to herdiverse and crafty original songs aswell as to a few surprising covers.She played both acoustic guitar andelectric piano throughout the show.But it is on the keyboard whereJefferson truly shines as shelusciously rolls out tunes that rockwith hints of the blues, folk andcabaret. Her voice is rich andstrong.The pop original “Pieces” openedthe night — you have to love asong that offers, “You say you’ll bemy Clyde, I’ll be your Bonnie.” Following was a cover of RichardThompson’s classic tune “1952Vincent Black Lightning” that didthe original extremely proud andwas quite a surprise. The first setcontinued to please with a string of songs from Jefferson’s most recentCD,
and thepreviously released CD’s
. This was a strongportfolio of excellent music.