Photo Flash: Maureen McGovern Plays 54 Below; Tony Bennett, Sam Underwood & More Attend!

By: Mar. 16, 2015
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Maureen McGovern took the stage at 54 Below for 'Celebrating Women Singer/Songwriters' from March 10-14, where she was visited by a slew of stars, including Tony Bennett and Sam Underwood. Check out photos below!

McGovern celebrates women singer/songwriters in her powerful new show and forthcoming CD, Sing, My Sisters, Sing!. Sing, My Sisters, Sing! includes works by iconic women singer/songwriters who changed the texture of American Popular Music with their deeply personal and timeless songs including works: Annie Lennox,Janis Ian, Carole King, Phoebe Snow, Joni Mitchell, Carly Simon, Laura Nyro, Kate & Anna McGarrigle,Amanda McBroom, and Melissa Manchester, among others... Maureen also pays tribute to her "early singing sisters:" Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, and Annie Ross, who paved the way by writing their own signature songs. The performance includes: "Heart Like A Wheel," "Natural Woman," "I Feel The Earth Move," "Poetry Man," "Help Me," "At Seventeen," "Come In From The Rain," "A Tisket, A Tasket," "God Bless The Child," and more! With music director Jeff Harris on piano and Jay Leonhart on bass.

Photos by Cindy Ord/ Getty Images for 54 Below



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