Chicago based singer, Carlo, will bring his smooth pop/jazz tones to the stage of the beautiful intimate club that is Don't Tell Mama's for one special show.
With appearances in Chicago, Los Angeles and the Philippines, Carlo is excited to be bringing his love of different genres of music that he has a passion. Songs include "What are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?", the single "Please Don't Ask Me"
"I Love Men" is an evening of songs celebrating the men in our lives; from sassy to comedic to dramatic; from well known to obscure. Arnstein, a South Bend native, moved to New York City where she began (among other things) singing in supper clubs and restaurants. After her life took a different turn, Diane put her passion for music on hold.
This new show is a tribute to the musicians and singers who sang Harold Arlen's music. Selections include:Ill Wind, Stormy Weather, Blues In The Night, That's A Fine Kind Of Freedom, Let's Fall In Love, Old Black Magic and more. Martha is thrilled to work on this brand new show with Jon Weber, rising star of the NPR's Piano Jazz, in a program about jazz musicians and singers who performed Harold Arlen's music.
"At 10 years old, Gus O'Brien has already had a stage career that would make many an older actor drool. With Studio Tenn, the Franklin based professional theatre company that has seriously raised the bar around here, he has sung "The Narrator" in INTO THE WOODS and "Gavroche" in LES MISERABLES.
Join celebrated cabaret performer Jamie deRoy when she presents another edition of her Multi MAC award-winning Variety Show, Jamie deRoy & friends, on Saturday, November 15th (7:30PM) at New York's wonderfully-appointed cabaret hot-spot The Metropolitan Room (34 West 22nd Street ~ btw. 5th & 6th Avenues).
Once upon a time, in the faraway land of Las Vegas, I took part in a delightful social experiment known as Rose.Rabbit.Lie, a venue setup to feel like a sleek, modern mansion, where customers could dine, drink, sit quietly and socialize, watch a spectacular show, or dance the night away.
It has been fourteen years since Boston-by-way-of-Tokyo jazz singer Kaoruko Pilkington released her debut album, "Joy Spring", to high acclaim. Who knows why she waited so long to make her second album, "Bright Side of My Life", but it's a very good thing she has. At first view of the song list, there are so many staples of the American songbook that would seem to be "safe"
It's been a while and I have some news...little Austin Oliver made his "debut appearance" on Sept 20th. When he turned a month old he said, "Mama, you get back up there and sing!" So I did! I was thrilled to perform at the 25th Mabel Mercer Cabaret Convention on Oct 21, and I have more coming up! My solo show IN THE STILL OF THE NIGHT has been extended! It has received great reviews
Don't Tell Mama is pleased to welcome back acclaimed singer Kim Grogg for a four-performance engagement, November 14th-December 7th. She'll make return to Don't Tell Mama with an all-new show entitled Go Where The Love Is. Go Where The Love Is features selections from Cole Porter, Peter Allen, Nellie McKay, Leigh Harline and Ned Washington, Jimmy Van Heusen, James Taylor and more.
Baby Jane Dexter's new show, Rules of the Road,(Part 3) debuts at Metropolitan Room for seven performances only beginning Friday, November 21 and running on Fridays, and Saturdays through December 27. All shows at 7:00 pm. Sharing the stage will be her longtime Musical Director Ross Patterson.
Ghostlight Records has announced the launch of the new series "Ghostlight Shines On..." presenting exclusive audio commentary on some of its major recordings from Broadway and beyond. The series currently features commentary for two hit albums the label released in 2014: the Broadway smash Beautiful – The Carole King Musical and the beloved score for The Bridges of Madison County
Husband-and-wife duo John Pizzarelli and Jessica Molaskey make their annual fall pilgrimage to the Café Carlyle to debut their all-new show, Grown Up Songs, which will feature music selections from Stephen Sondheim, Johnny Mercer, Paul McCartney, Alan Jay Lerner, Adam Guettel, Billy Joel and more. Last year, The New York Times called John Pizzarelli and Jessica Molaskey's hit show, Children and Art, "wonderful." The Village Voice declared "they're one of the best acts in town anytime, anywhere."
Vocalist Shepley Metcalf, critically lauded by the Boston Globe as a "superb cabaret/jazz singer," is celebrating the release of her third recording, "Don't Bother to Knock," with a series of shows on the east coast this Fall. New Yorkers can catch Metcalf at the Metropolitan Room for one show on November 1st at 7pm, singing music from the CD along with some other lesser-known gems from the Great American Songbook. Musical partner, Ron Roy, will be at the piano.
The Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs is proud to announce the 3rd Annual "MAC presents THEY WRITE THE SONGS." The show will be held Sunday, November 16th at 4pm in the Engelman Recital Hall at the Baruch Performing Arts Center (Lexington Avenue at 25th Street).This annual show presents the work of selected songwriters, highlighting both those who are well-established, and those who are on the rise and creating great new work.
"Late nights in prohibition-era NYC you could find an iconic singer, Helen Morgan, perched on the piano at her club, relying too much on brandy and 'torching' until even the most hardened gangster wept into his beer." 2013 MetroStar Winner Lauren Stanford will bring Helen Morgan to life in "More Than You Know."