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Barb Jungr Announces Tour Dates In America, Begins 11/28 At Joe's Pub

Barb Jungr Announces Tour Dates In America, Begins 11/28 At Joe's Pub

Barb Jungr with SIMON WALLACE on piano- The 'British Edith Piaf' USA East - West TOUR

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2010

From November 28th legendary cult British performer and song stylist Barb Jungr plays in 4 major US cities, some for the first time. She opens at the celebrated Joe's Pub in New York City, then plays for the first time for 2 nights in Cleveland's Nighttown, 4 nights at Kranzberg Arts Center presented by Cabaret St. Louis, and 2 nights in San Francisco's Rrazz Room at Hotel Nikko - dates and details below.

"One of the top five cabaret singers in the world right now. She's just that good."
(Time Out NY)

Show Details

November
28th, New York, Joe's Pub, 425 Lafayette Street between East 4th and Astor Place, East Village, New York, NY 10003, 9.30 pm, Tickets $25 - 212-967-7555, http://www.joespub.com

29th and 30th, Cleveland, Nighttown, 12387 Cedar Road
Cleveland Heights, OH 44106, 8pm, Tickets $25 - 216-795-0550,
http://www.nighttowncleveland.com/

December
1,2,3,4 St. Louis Cabaret St. Louis, The Kranzberg Arts Center in Grand Center, 501 North Grand Boulevard, Saint Louis MO, 63103, 8pm, Tickets $45 - 314-534-1111, www.cabaretstl.org <http://www.cabaretstl.org> /
http://metrotix.com/fraBody.php?eventId=4251&perfId=20109 <http://metrotix.com/fraBody.php?eventId=4251&amp;perfId=20109>

7th and 8th, San Francisco, The Rrazz Room at Hotel Nikko, 222 Mason St., San Francisco, CA 94102, 8pm, Tickets $25/$35 - 866-468-3399 http://www.therrazzroom.com/Events.html

"...the brilliant British chanteuse who inserts sticks of emotional dynamite into songs of every vintage...Empathy is her game, and few singers in any genre extend themselves more deeply into the lives of others." (Stephen Holden - The New York Times)

"This pensive collection hits its stride from the outset, with a brave rendering of Once in a Lifetime - it's as if David Byrne had fallen into the hands of a Sondheim heroine."
(The Sunday Times - UK)


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