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Horne Set for Musical 'One Life to Live,' Concerts, Etc.

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Songwriter and musical director Lance Horne will be involved in eight upcoming events in May and June.

On Friday, May 18 at 7:30 PM (7:00 PM doors), he will accompany "kamikaze cabaret" star Meow Meow and John Cameron Mitchell at Hiro Ballroom, 371 W 16th St., as part of the High Line Festival.  "Direct from a sold-out Mardi Gras season at the Sydney Opera House, international chanteuse Meow Meow returns to New York for one night only! This special High Line Festival engagement is incited by John Cameron Mitchell and features Jonathan Larson Award-winning composer Lance Horne on the piano. Meow Meow has won over New York audiences with her solo shows at Spiegeltent and Joe's Pub and as a performer in 'Weimar New York," state press materials.  Tickets are $19 and are available at this link

On Sunday, May 20th at 9pm, he will be featured in "Off the Cuff: Ann Magnuson, Meow Meow, Lance Horne & Adam Dugas (Together at Last)" at Rose Live Music, 345 Grand Street, Williamsburg. "Independent curator and producer Earl Dax presents Off the Cuff with hometown-girl (and LA transplant) Ann Magnuson and international singing sensation Meow Meow sharing the stage for the first time!  Don't miss this rare opportunity to see two world-class performers let their hair down in this relaxed and informal cabaret at Rose Live Music, an intimate 100-person venue in Williamsburg.  John Larson Award-winner Lance Horne joins Magnuson and Meow on the piano.  Guests performances by Adam Dugas (Chaos & Candy, Citizen's Band) and Mia Theodoratus on harp; Cintra Wilson (author of 'Colors Insulting to Nature'); Nick Hallett (Maison du Chic, Darmstadt); and Patrick Fererri (in a dance solo by Larry Keigwin).  Arrive early for drinks on the backyard patio or dinner in Rose Live Music's basement wine bar and Italian restaurant."  More information is available at 718-599-0069.  Tickets are $10.  For reservations, call 718-599-0069 or visit www.scenedowntown.com.

On Thursday, May 24th at 8:30 pm, he will accompany Meow Meow at La vipère at L'étage in Philadelphia; the club is located at 624 Bainbridge Street. Tickets are $10.

On Wednesday, May 30th at 9pm, he will serve as musical director for "Justin Bond & The Lost References: (They Long to be) Close To You"
at The Zipper, 336 W 37th St.  The show is "a One-Night-Only resurrection of the album that changed everything, uncut in its entirety.  Pure Carpenters, with a hot band, Justin Bond leading the way, and some great surprises.  With Teal Wicks, Randy Redd, Mike Croiter, Mike Jackson, Ashley Tuttle, chroeography by Tiger Martina, music directed by Lance Horne.  Get your ticket to ride and find your reason to believe, because we've only just begun."  Tickets are $25; visit this link.

On Monday, June 4th at 9pm, he will appear in "Lance Horne & The One Night Stands at The Zipper, 336 W 37th St.  The band has been "to the West Coast and the Far East, and is back in New York for a rocking good time.  New tunes, new digs, hot guests, and a little asparagus to seal the deal."  Tickets are $15.  Visit this link to order.

From June 5-9th, Horne will lend his talents to "One Life to Live: The Musical Episode," airing on ABC.  "'One Life to Live erupts into a musical for one episode only.  Horne has written and co-produced the number 'Chemistry' for the character of Marcy, played by Kathy Brier.  Tune in, and your check local listings for details!"

On June 13th at 8pm, he will take part in "Three Lost Chords" at The Zipper.  The show is comprised of "three one act monodramas sung by Nathan Lee Graham, Michael Slattery and a woman of mystery.  Libretti by Mark Campbell, directed by David Schweizer, Lance Horne composer on the piano.  From the team behind Songs from an Unmade Bed, based on works of Poe, Kafka, and Muriel Spark.  One night only, world premiere." Tickets are $20; visit this link.

From Wed.-Sat., June 20-23rd at 9pm, Horne will join Meow Meow once again for "Beyond Glamour: The Remix" at The Adelaide Festival, Australia.  "International singing sensation, seductress (and masterful comedienne): Meow Meow descends once again with obsessional love songs, minor multi-media, tired old tricks and gorgeous suicide ditties. The darling of the dungeons of the euro jet-set brings us a quixotic cocktail of kamikaze kabaret, performance art exotica, opera `brut' and karaoke splendour... Piazzolla, Brecht and Dolly Parton all rolled into one."  Tickets are $36; visit this link.

Horne was the vocal arranger for Little Women, starring Sutton Foster. He was also a contributing composer to New York Theatre Workshop's Songs from an Unmade Bed, and worked on the score of The Melting Pot's production of Flight, which ran Off-Broadway at the Lucille Lortel Theater.  He is the winner of a Jonathan Larson Award.

Visit www.lancehorne.com for more information on Horne.


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