For a short summer holiday I travelled from Finland to Paris for the Webb Sisters concert, and it was indeed worth it. I bought the ticket from FNAC as drsing recommended (Have to say I still have no idea what languange the workers of FNAC store spoke, it surely wasn't english but didn't sound like french neither. It was an interesting operation.)
The concert place, Le Reservoir bar was a comfortably strange place. I wasn't sure what to expect, and found out it's a basement bar in some sidestreet of Paris, full of rococo furniture and mirrors. It was quite small place, providing a great intimate atmorphere for the gig.
The concert was great. I can't but admire the musical talent of Hattie and Charlie, with just two of them on the stage they are able to create a sound of a full band, truly admirable. And it was great to see that the audience was really listening and focusing to the music, which doesn't always happen on concerts when people are too busy spilling beer over each other and beeing goofys. I think the setlist was build mostly to the songs of Savages-cd, and also there was a series of cover songs of Johnny Cash, Elvis and Leonard Cohen, which is a compination where you really can't go wrong.
I took some pictures also, they can be seen on my photography blog at www.valokuvaajarikhardlarvanto.blogspot.com