Upstairs At Vitello's Jazz & Supper Club Presents 'Sally Kellerman Sings The Blues,' 3/28
Sally Kellerman, the Academy Award and Golden Globe Award nominated actress and singer who created the infamous role of Major Margaret "Hot Lips" O'Houlihan in Robert Altman's classic film, "M*A*SH," will appear as a vocalist in her show, SALLY KELLERMAN SINGS THE BLUES, with Pianist/Music Director, Andy Langham, on Monday, March 28, 2011 at 8:00 p.m. at Upstairs At Vitello's Jazz & Supper Club; Vitello's Restaurant; 4349 Tujunga Avenue; Studio City, CA 91604.
Tickets for SALLY KELLERMAN SINGS THE BLUES are $15 each; there is also a $13 Food/Drink Minimum. The show begins at 8:00 p.m. Dinner Seating is available starting at 7:00 p.m. Valet Parking is available. Reservations may be made by calling 818-769-0905 or online at www.ticketweb.com. For further information, please visit www.vitellosrestaurant.com. For further information about Sally Kellerman, please visit www.sallykellerman.com.
Sally Kellerman grew up in the San Fernando Valley. She attended Hollywood High School, where she was "bitten by the acting bug," and continued her studies at Los Angeles City College. She also studied at the Actors Studio in Los Angeles with Jeff Corey and famous classmates, including: Shirley Knight, Jack Nicholson, Robert Towne, Robert Blake, James Colburn and Roger Corman.
The actress has amassed an impressive Résumé of hundreds of memorable feature film, television and theatre credits. She began her television career appearing on "Outer Limits." Other television appearances include roles on the Pilot Episode of "Star Trek" and in episodes of "Kraft Suspense Theatre" and "Bob Hope Presents The Chrysler Theatre." She has starred in "Back To School," opposite Rodney Dangerfield, "Big Blonde" and "Boynton Beach Club." Kellerman's film work includes starring roles in the movies the "Last of The Red Hot Lovers," "Slither," "Foxes" and "A Little Romance." She has been doing voiceover work for over 30 years for clients like Hidden Valley Salad Dressing and Milky Way, and everything in between.
The main source of her passion besides her family and film career is her love of music and singing, which she has been doing since she was a child. Under contract with Verve Records at the age of 18, Kellerman has been blessed with a signature voice and style as well as an uncanny ability to make a song her own.
Her current critically acclaimed CD entitled, "Sally," was released recently. The Los Angeles Times has hailed Kellerman as "someone who has the full package of skills...required to establish herself as a first-rate jazz and blues-tinged vocalist." Cabaret Scene Magazine has written: "Kellerman, in her own natural style, buoyed by a phenomenally youthful radiance, gives a sexy, sensuous set of blues, swing, and delivers ballads in her signature raspy, languid growl. She is easy to listen to, easy to look at and uncompromising laid back. Her new CD, choice of material and first rate collaborators show a resurgent musician with a solid Résumé and a bright future." Music Connection Magazine wrote: Kellerman is not only gifted with a deep, rich voice, but her music also embodies a unique and original sound that is unmistakable. This lady sings with the personality of a true actress. Sally Kellerman is one class act!" Kellerman's CD is available in all stores, on Amazon.com and on ITunes.She is married to renowned film producer and Renaissance man, Jonathan D. Krane. Kellerman adopted her sister's daughter, Claire, in the late 60's, and then she and Krane adopted twin children at birth, Jack and Hannah. Kellerman was recently honored with the Art Gilmore Career Achievement Award presented by the Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters. Kellerman will soon be releasing a new CD. Kellerman also contributes time and energy to numerous worthy causes including the Hereditary Disease Foundation, Jewish Family Services, AIDS Research and the environment. To learn more about Sally Kellerman, please visit www.sallykellerman.com.