Photo Coverage: Tribute to Ervin Drake Plays Iridium
ScoBar Entertainment and Iridium NYC last night presented a one-night-only Tribute to Ervin Drake. The evening celebrated the life and music of legendary 94-year-old American songwriter whose works include Great American Songbook standards such as "It Was A Very Good Year," which was popularized by Frank Sinatra. Drake, who was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1983 also wrote the songs "I Believe," "Good Morning Heartache," "Tico-Tico," "Perdido," "Now I Have Everything," "A Room without Windows," "AL DI LA," & "Quando Quando." He is also the composer and lyricist of the 1964 Broadway show, What Makes Sammy Run.
This special variety show featured performances by outstanding musical theater and cabaret performers, including Nina Berman, Joyce Breach, Kat Gang, Jeff Harnar, Allan Harris, Hilary Kole, Dana Lorge, Sidney Myer, Ron Raines, Rex Reed, Steve Ross, Warren Schein, Richard Skipper, KT Sullivan, Stacy Sullivan & Sal Viviano.
Check out photos from the special event below!Photo Credit: Stephen Sorokoff
Barry Levitt, Music Director
Nina Berman (Drake's Grandaughter)
Dana Lorge & Warren Schein
Edit Drake & Scott Siegel