Photo Coverage: Nicholas King Plays Don't Tell Mama
Nicolas King, dubbed "the precociously polished crooner" by the New York Times, recently wowed audiences for six months at The Iridium NYC, as he jammed with Terese Genecco and her Little Big Band, as a featured guest vocalist, while simultaneously presenting critically-acclaimed solo performances at Don't Tell Mama and Metropolitan Room. The star-studded audiences were filled with the likes of Liza Minnelli, Gina Lollobrigida, Marylin Maye and Andrea McArdle, to name-drop a few.
DTM started as a Piano Bar Cabaret. Established in 1982, Don't Tell Mama Piano Bar and Cabaret is world famous as a New York Entertainment Landmark. The origin of the name Don't Tell Mama is the title of a song by John Kander & Fred Ebb from the 1966 Broadway Musical "Cabaret". DTM is located on Restaurant Row in the heart of the Theatre District. An award winning venue, featured in numerous TV Shows from "Friends" to "Saturday Night Live". Performers who began their careers at Don't Tell Mama have gone on to become the $100,000 Grand Prize Winner on "Star Search", win the Emmy, Grammy, Tony, Oscar and the Pulitzer Prize!Photo Credit: Stephen Sorokoff