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John Minnock To Release New Album 'Herring Cove' in June and Celebrate the Release at Photo John Minnock To Release New Album 'Herring Cove' in June and Celebrate the Release at 54 Below In September
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 19, 2020

John Minnock's third release as a leader, and debut recording for the GRAMMY nominated Dot Time Records, is Herring Cove. Due to be released on June 5th, Herring Cove pairs Minnock's signature tell-it-like-it is wit with introspective lyrics to paint a dynamic and compelling portrait of contemporary gay life.

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by - Nov 1, 2019

Chrissie Hynde Reveals New Track MEDITATION ON A PAIR OF WIRE CUTTERS From Upcoming S Photo Chrissie Hynde Reveals New Track MEDITATION ON A PAIR OF WIRE CUTTERS From Upcoming Solo Album
by Tori Hartshorn - Jun 3, 2019

Chrissie Hynde has today revealed her new track, 'Meditation on a Pair Of Wire Cutters.' The track is a new interpretation of the original by the legendary jazz musician Charles Mingus, and comes ahead of the release of Hynde's new album Valve Bone Woe on September 6 via BMG.

Jeff Macauley Reprises  SONGBOOKS OF NORMAN GIMBEL At 53 Above Photo Jeff Macauley Reprises  SONGBOOKS OF NORMAN GIMBEL At 53 Above
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 5, 2019

Songwriter Norman Gimbel wrote the lyrics to pop classics such as "The Girl From Ipanema," "Sway," and "Killing Me Softly With His Song," as well as the TV theme songs for Wonder Woman and Happy Days, and won an Oscar for the song "It Goes Like It Goes" from the film Norma Rae.

Jeff Macauley Brings Cabaret Show to Pangea Photo Jeff Macauley Brings Cabaret Show to Pangea
by Julie Musbach - Nov 15, 2018

During the 1940s and '50s, composer and jazz pianist Bobby Troup was getting his kicks writing songs like the classic "Route 66." Over that same period, Scotty Bowers was getting his kicks as "Hollywood's Gentleman Hustler" and Los Angeles' legendary "Pimp to the Stars." Now, New York-based cabaret star JEFF MACAULEY, who for three consecutive years (2016-2018) has been nominated for the MAC Award as "Best Male Vocalist," is connecting the stories of these two men and performing the best of the Bobby Troup Songbook in his new show: WHERE DID THE GENTLEMAN GO? THE SONGS OF BOBBY TROUP & THE LIFE OF SCOTTY BOWERS.

MAC Award-Nominee JEFF MACAULEY Opens New Show--WHERE DID THE GENTLEMAN GO?--At Pange Photo MAC Award-Nominee JEFF MACAULEY Opens New Show--WHERE DID THE GENTLEMAN GO?--At Pangea, 9/14 at 7 pm
by BWW News Desk - Sep 14, 2018

During the 1940s and '50s, composer and jazz pianist Bobby Troup was getting his kicks writing songs like the classic "Route 66." Over that same period, Scotty Bowers was getting his kicks as "Hollywood's Gentleman Hustler" and Los Angeles' legendary "Pimp to the Stars." Now, New York-based cabaret star JEFF MACAULEY, who for three consecutive years (2016-2018) has been nominated for the MAC Award as "Best Male Vocalist," is connecting the stories of these two men and performing the best of the Bobby Troup Songbook in his new show: WHERE DID THE GENTLEMAN GO? THE SONGS OF BOBBY TROUP & THE LIFE OF SCOTTY BOWERS. The four-show run will open at PANGEA, Downtown's Alternative Supper-Club (178 Second Avenue, between 11th & 12th Streets) today, September 14 at 7 pm.

'Where Did The Gentleman Go?' Brings The Songs Of Bobby Troup And The Life Of Scotty  Photo 'Where Did The Gentleman Go?' Brings The Songs Of Bobby Troup And The Life Of Scotty Bowers to Pnagea
by Stephi Wild - Sep 9, 2018

This Friday, September 14th at 7:00pm at Pangea, Downtown's Alternative Supper-Club. Dinner is available before the show. Use "MAC" when you reserve online for a $5 discount here: https://m.bpt.me/event/3594715 Pangea is at 178 Second Avenue in the East Village, between 11th and 12th streets, NYC. Hope to see you there. Tex has written gorgeous arrangements for some lovely songs that aren't heard as often as they should be. And that Scotty is an interesting character who really got around. So, it'll be fun!

WHERE DID THE GENTLEMAN GO this September at Pangea Photo WHERE DID THE GENTLEMAN GO this September at Pangea
by Rebecca Russo - Aug 31, 2018

Friday, September 14th at 7:00pm at Pangea, Downtown's Alternative Supper-Club. Dinner is available before the show. Use "MAC" when you reserve online for a $5 discount here: https://m.bpt.me/event/3594715  Pangea is at 178 Second Avenue in the East Village, between 11th and 12th streets, NYC.

MAC Award-Nominee JEFF MACAULEY Opens New Show--WHERE DID THE GENTLEMAN GO?--At Pange Photo MAC Award-Nominee JEFF MACAULEY Opens New Show--WHERE DID THE GENTLEMAN GO?--At Pangea, 9/14 at 7 pm
by Stephen Hanks - Aug 16, 2018

During the 1940s and '50s, composer and jazz pianist Bobby Troup was getting his kicks writing songs like the classic "Route 66." Over that same period, Scotty Bowers was getting his kicks as "Hollywood's Gentleman Hustler" and Los Angeles' legendary "Pimp to the Stars." Now, New York-based cabaret star JEFF MACAULEY, who for three consecutive years (2016-2018) has been nominated for the MAC Award as "Best Male Vocalist," is connecting the stories of these two men and performing the best of the Bobby Troup Songbook in his new show: WHERE DID THE GENTLEMAN GO? THE SONGS OF BOBBY TROUP & THE LIFE OF SCOTTY BOWERS. The four-show run will open at PANGEA, Downtown's Alternative Supper-Club (178 Second Avenue, between 11th & 12th Streets) on Friday, September 14 at 7 pm.

HOLLYWOOD PARTY: MOVIE SONGS 1928-1936 Comes to The Gardenia This Month Photo HOLLYWOOD PARTY: MOVIE SONGS 1928-1936 Comes to The Gardenia This Month
by BWW News Desk - Jul 27, 2018

We're goin' (WEST) Hollywood! HOLLYWOOD PARTY: MOVIE SONGS 1928-1936 Today, July 27th at 9:00pm at The Gardenia at 7066 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood, CA. Come hear the songs from when the movies first learned to sing with the wonderful Shelly Markham at the piano. Reserve via your telephone at 323-467-7444. Dinner is served from 7:00pm-9:00pm. So, make a night of it! Hope I'll see all my West Coast buddies. 


Norman Gimbel Frequently Asked Questions

How many shows has Norman Gimbel written?
Norman Gimbel has written 2 shows including Whoop-Up (Lyricist), The Conquering Hero (Lyricist).