'Nowhere could you get that happy feeling when you are stealing that extra bow...'
Ms. Lorna Dallas has returned to NYC to steal an extra bow (or 3) after a lifetime of trodding the theatrical boards in London's West End, Australia, Germany, NY, on televison, and in Royal Variety performances. What a 'Glamorous Life'.Photo Coverage: Susan Mack Reprises NOBODY ELSE BUT ME at Don't Tell Mama January 24, 2019
The Tedd Firth Trio started January 2019 off in true genius form with a week of performances for their debut at the Birdland Theater on West 44th St. in NYC.
The show had Mr. Firth taking control of the mic and hosting an evening of exciting music featuring Tedd Firth on Piano, David Finck on Bass, and Mark McLean on Drums. Each of the 4 nights of performances also featured a different guest artist singing a few tunes from their repertoire...songs sung in their own solo shows so often accompanied by Mr. Firth.Photo Coverage: Linda Purl and The Diva Jazz Orchestra at Feinstein's/54Below 'Big Band Romance' September 7, 2018
Linda Eder continues her 2018 run at Feinstein's/54 Below Nightclub. She began it in May - runs it July 26, 27, 28 - and finishes it September 12, 13, 14 in the NYC show room.
Celebrating the release of her new CD 'If You See Me' - a celebration of Broadway & Standards - this show highlights the set list from the disc as well as some tried & true Eder fan favorites.Photo Coverage: Marilyn Maye Returns to Feinstein's/54 Below with 90 AT LAST April 16, 2018
Maxine Linehan brought a St. Patrick's EVE pride in her Irish roots to the Feinstein's/54 Below stage with her show "One: The Songs of U2". A veteran of numerous performances at the club, this was her 3rd incarnation of the tribute show in the venue.
Directed by Scott Siegel, the evening's band consisted of Ryan Shirar (MD/Arranger/Pianist), Ben Lively (Violin), Sarah Hewitt-Roth (cello), Kate Spingarn (Cello), Corey Shutzer (Bass), Clayton Craddock (Drums), & Andrew Koss (Guitar).
The evening kicked off with "Beautiful Day" followed immediately by celebrating with "New York".