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Steve Ross to Play Live at the E Spot Lounge
by BWW News Desk - Feb 23, 2017

Jaunty troubadour Steve Ross returns to The E Spot Lounge (Upstairs at Vitello's) located in the trendy Tujunga Village of Studio City, CA for one performance only: Today February 23, 2017 with a new collection featuring songs ranging from those written by Cole Porter 'You Do Something To Me; You're the Top' and Kern and Hammerstein 'All the Things You Are' to Leon Russell 'A Song For You' with many other favorites (and surprises) along the way 'The Way You Look Tonight, Let yourself Go, If Ever I Would Leave You, Two for the Road' and an original song written by Steve and Barbara Fried for this show 'Now It's You'. (more...)

Steve Ross to Play Live at the E Spot Lounge
by BWW News Desk - Jan 24, 2017

Jaunty troubadour Steve Ross returns to The E Spot Lounge (Upstairs at Vitello's) located in the trendy Tujunga Village of Studio City, CA for one performance only: Thursday February 23, 2017 with a new collection featuring songs ranging from those written by Cole Porter 'You Do Something To Me; You're the Top' and Kern and Hammerstein 'All the Things You Are' to Leon Russell 'A Song For You' with many other favorites (and surprises) along the way 'The Way You Look Tonight, Let yourself Go, If Ever I Would Leave You, Two for the Road' and an original song written by Steve and Barbara Fried for this show 'Now It's You'. (more...)

BWW 2015 NY Cabaret Awards: 'Editor's Choice' Honors Go To Karen Mason, Mark Nadler, Steve Ross, Alex Rybeck, Jim Caruso, Sean Harkness and Ian Herman
by Stephen Hanks - Jan 20, 2016

After BroadwayWorld launched its New York Cabaret Awards in 2012, the cabaret section's editors realized that the selected categories and the popular vote nature of the election didn't adequately recognize some great performances and shows for that particular year. So in 2013, BWW added "Editor's Choice Awards" to the mix to not only reward special performances but also to acknowledge people who have helped grow cabaret and foster the spirit of the art form. This year, BWW New York Cabaret Editor Stephen Hanks and his reviewing staff-including Alix Cohen, David Clarke, Billie Roe, Rembert Block, and John Hoglund-selected seven stars of cabaret for this special honor. Now that the Awards for 2015 performances and shows are official, we wanted to tell you a bit about this year's "Editor's Choice Award" winners and offer them a chance to thank the New York cabaret community. Congratulations to all these worthy Award recipients. (more...)

BWW Review: Steve Ross and His Orchestra Bring Stylish RHYTHM AND ROMANCE to Birdland and Steal Hearts
by Alix Cohen - Nov 18, 2015

Attending a Steve Ross show is often akin to time travel. The audience is transported back to eras when urbanity and dash were watchwords, when interpretation meant being as true to the period as the meaning of lyrics. The classy Mr. Ross, known primarily for iconoclastic solo performance, appeared at Birdland Monday night with a zealous 11-piece band helmed by long time confederate Brian Cassier. The joint was jumpin'. (more...)

Singer/Pianist Extraordinaire Steve Ross Makes a Rare LA Appearance at Vitello's
by Don Grigware - Jan 14, 2013

On Saturday January 12 and Sunday January 13 internationally renowned Cabaret pianist/singer Steve Ross, who has been called the 'Crown Prince of Cabaret', brought one of his many evenings of song The Music of Fred Astaire called Puttin' On the Ritz to Vitello's Upstairs in Studio City. Ross began his career, some forty years ago, primarily as a pianist, at Ted Hook's Backstage in New York. With no singing experience, he thrust himself into the spotlight singing at the piano, developing his unmatched, uncanny style of song and repartee... and the rest is history. (more...)

Photo Coverage: Primary Stages Honors Samuel 'Biff' Liff
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Nov 2, 2010

The annual Primary Stages Gala, a fundraiser benefiting the extensive artistic development programs offered by the company, was held at the Edison Ballroom last night, November 1, 2010. BroadwayWorld was on hand and brings you photo coverage below. (more...)