Jaye Maynard to Present BIRD AMONGST THE BLOSSOM - A TRIBUTE TO THE FIRST BLOSSOM DEARIE SONGBOOK, 4/27-28
Plaid Bird Productions in celebration of Blossom Dearie's 90th Birthday (April 28th, 1924) will present Jaye Maynard in "Bird Amongst the Blossom-A Tribute to the First Blossom Dearie Songbook" on Sunday, April 27th at The Hour Glass Tavern in a Jazz Brunch 1pm, show at 2pm and Monday, April 28th at Don't Tell Mama. House opens 8:45; show at 9:15pm.
Hour Glass Tickets are $18.88 with a $10.00 food and beverage minimum and are available via http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/612666 (table reservations will be made for your party). Don't Tell Mama! reservations may be made by calling 212- after 4pm daily. 18.00 cover, 2 drink beverage minimum. The Hour Glass Tavern is located at 373 West 46th Street NY NY 10036. Don't Tell Mama is at 343 West 46th Street NY NY 10036 (212-757-0788 - after 4pm).
Vocalist, Jaye Maynard, recently performed her show at M Bar Hollywood: "Elegant, smooth delivery with a honey-tinged edge...sung to perfection." Cabaret Scenes
At the Jazz Brunch, Delfin will accompany Maynard on Blossom's last apartment piano, which she discovered and purchased on Ebay after Dearie bequeathed it to the Manhattan Association of Cabarets. Maynard interprets "The First Blossom Dearie Songbook", containing songs written for and by Dearie in collaboration with Johnny Mercer, Bob Dorough, Dave Frishberg and Mahriah Blackwolf, arrangements by Mike Renzi. Maynard is now representing the posthumously published "Blossom Dearie Songbook" for Hal Leonard Music.
The show had its theatrical debut at NYC's United Solo Theater Festival on Theatre Row , has played The Cornelia Street Cafe in Greenwich Village and The Laurie Beechman Theater and Metropolitan Room in NYC following its Los Angeles premiere Upstairs at Vitello's Red Carpet Jazz, she played Sterling's Upstairs at the Federal Bar in North Hollywood.
Maynard styles her show as a mid-Century modern NYC supper club act ala 1962. Known throughout the world as "a musician's musician," Dearie was a unique and inimitable singer; sophisticated and genuinely funny, whose legacy of material remains fresh, hip, smart and sassy.
For more information, visit www.TheBlossomDearieSongbook.com.