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Nancy Anderson Returns to Birdland, May 7

Two-time Drama Desk-nominee, Olivier Award-nominee, and Helen Hayes-nominee Nancy Anderson (Off-Broadway's Fanny Hill, Jolson and Co., Broadway's Wonderful Town) is returning to Birdland to celebrate the 1920's. Anderson debuted at the club in 2003, and returned last August to promote her debut CD, "Ten Cents a Dance."

Press notes state, "Kittenish, brassy, innocent, romantic, intelligent, funny…Ten Cents a Dance is a full-bodied musical experience featuring favorites and lost treasures from one of music's most influential and cherished times; the 20's and 30's.  Produced by Bill Daugherty and with Ross Patterson and Danny Whitby as her musical directors Nancy takes the listener on a journey back with such favorites as 'The Trouble with Me is You,' 'My Romance,' 'But Not for Me,' and the title track 'Ten Cents a Dance.'"

Nancy Anderson will be performing at Birdland, Monday May 7th at 7:00pm, at 315 W 44th St Street (between 8th and 9th Ave) in Manhattan.  There is a $25 cover charge plus a 2 drink minimum.  Reservations can be made at 212-581-3080.  Nancy will be joined by musical director Ross Patterson and his Little Big Band. For more information, visit www.NancyAnderson.name.
 




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