Photo Coverage: Jennifer Sheehan Brings 'I Know A Place' to Feinstein's at Loews Regency
Feinstein's at Loews Regency continues its Spring 2012 season with the debut of multi-award winning singer Jennifer Sheehan in her new show "I Know A Place." Sheehan and her trio traverse the vast spectrum of music that was the sensational soundtrack of the '60s. Plus, she shares how younger generations are falling in love with these classic songs just as their parents did. Brimming with songs and stories, "I Know A Place" features music by songwriters such as Burt Bacharach, The Beatles and Antonio Carlos Jobim and songs made famous by Barbra Streisand, Petula Clark, Carole King and more. The show opened last night, May 23 and runs from May 23 through June 2 at the Loews Regency Hotel. Check out photos of the concert below!
Jennifer Sheehan headlined a sold-out run of her critically acclaimed show at the Metropolitan Room in New York last year, You Made Me Love You- Celebrating 100 Years of the Great American Songbook.
Sheehan made her Carnegie Hall debut in 2010, performing as a special guest of Michael Feinstein. Last summer, she made her Guild Hall debut in the Hamptons, performing in concert with Eric Michael Gillett and Alex Rybeck. Last year, she was the first-ever recipient of the Johnny Mercer Foundation's Margaret Whiting Award and the Dorothy Loudon Foundation's Dorothy Loudon Award for Excellence in Cabaret. Previously, she won the Noël Coward Foundation's Cabaret Competition Award and was honored by the Mabel Mercer Foundation with the Julie Wilson Award for outstanding interpretation of the Great American Songbook. Ms. Sheehan has performed as one of six vocalists in Radio City Music Hall's "Christmas Spectacular." She also has appeared in shows at the York Theatre, the 92nd Street Y, the Bard Summerscape Festival and Boston Musical Theater. Jennifer is a graduate of The Juilliard School.
For tickets and more information, visit www.feinsteinsatloewsregency.com.Photo Credit: Stephen Sorokoff
Feinstein's at Loews Regency