Keith David Comes to Carnegie Hall, the Cotton Club, 6/23 & 6/25
For those of you lucky enough to be in New York, actor and singer Keith David will be performing twice next week. He will be at Carnegie Hall on June 23rd for The Black Stars of The Great White Way Broadway Reunion. This will be an all-male tribute that honors a multitude of jazz musicians such as Luis Jordan, Fats Waller, Louis Armstrong, and others. The concert celebrates the artists' successes at Carnegie Hall, Broadway, television, and the international touring circuit, as well as in the recording and film industries. Keith will be doing an excerpt from his portrayal of Paul Robeson.
On June 25th, Keith will be guest appearing at the Cotton Club in New York for the 37th anniversary of the club's opening. He will be singing a solo tune and a pair of duets with Debbie Sledge. Keith's longtime friend, Frank Owens, will conduct.
Noted for his deep, commanding voice, Keith David is an accomplished singer/songwriter with his own band and has drafted some of today's top producers and most popular performers to join him on his debut album. He is currently performing with symphonies and orchestras across the country. This talent was entwined with the character Dr. Facilier in which Keith voiced and sang for the Disney Animated hit "The Princess and The Frog".
Instantly recognizable from over 150 film and television roles, most recently co-starring Fox in "Enlisted", David is also an Emmy-winning voiceover artist. Internationally known as the voice behind "Goliath" from Gargoyles and the title character in the Spawn animated series, he provided the voice for "Vhailor" in the video game Planescape: Torment and "The Arbiter" for Halo 2, and the wildly popular "Call To Duty: Modern Warfare 2". Other voiceover credits include the A&E cable series City Confidential and the U.S. Navy television commercials. Keith recently won the Audie award for his reading of "A Story of God and All of Us".
For more about the Carnegie Hall appearance, visit CarnegieHall.org. For tickets, call (212) 247-7800. For more about the Cotton Club, call (212) 663-7980 or visit CottonClub-NewYork.com. Click Here to Buy Tickets.