Publisher Scott Barbarino is proud to announce an upcomming feature for NiteLife Exchange, “Next Week in Cabaret” with host Jenna Miller. The segment will be a monthly update of who’s playing where & when & will be available at NiteLifeExchange.com.
Jan Wallman, the “Godmother of Cabaret,” passed away on Thursday, October 8, 2015, of natural causes in New York City. The recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs and one of the organization’s founders, Wallman was 93.
SAVANNAH, GA – October 5, 2015 Following a successful wine tasting to raise vital funds and awareness for the upcoming American Traditions Competition, organizers and supporters already are hard at work preparing for the next event in a series of downtown Savannah “fun”raisers.
Don Most Sings & Swings: Sinatra, Dino, Darin & More! Best known to television audiences as “Ralph Malph” of the long-running show “Happy Days,” DON MOST brings his 7-piece band to IRIDIUM for one performance only, Tuesday, October 13th, 2015 at 8pm.
Barry Levitt has been a musical director on the concert, nightclub, and cabaret scenes for four decades. Gary Crawford has been a cabaret singer for about four minutes (well, more like two years but that didn't work for that joke).
Brittney Lee Hamilton is making her NYC Cabaret Debut October 5th and 14th at 7pm with her show, “No, I’ve Never Played Annie”. With music direction by James Cunningham, “No, I’ve Never Played Annie” asks the question,
LEA DeLARIA will perform selections from her innovative new album, House of David: delaria + bowie = jazz – which boldly reexamines the work of music icon David Bowie – in a series of concerts at Smoke Jazz Club (2751 Broadway at 106th Street).
Husband-and-wife duo Alpher & Litt bring their unique songwriters' perspective and tastefully heimische style to legendary cabaret Don’t Tell Mama this fall with “The Elegant & The Immigrant: Cole Porter & Irving Berlin Together,” a program of songs in matched pairs exploring the similarities
Almost from the beginning, jazz has given us singers who sing - such as Hoagy Carmichael (“Stardust” and “Georgia On My Mind”) - and singers who write: Billie Holiday co-composed some of her best material, including “Don’t Explain” and God Bless the Child”.
In her show entitled "From the Brill Building to the Metropolitan Room: Sandra Piller Sings Ruth Roberts," the audience will hear songs recorded by such artists as Petula Clark, Dean Martin, Buddy Holly, Jimmy Dean, Lawrence Welk, Freda Payne, Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, and many more.
After a critically acclaimed 2014 run of her solo show Maxine Linehan: Beautiful Songs, Maxine will bring back her stunning 2009 cabaret show, What Would Petula Do?A Tribute to Petula Clark, on Monday, November 2 at 7 pm.
Cole Porter once famously wrote “There is no cure like travel, to help you unravel the worries of living today. When the poor brain is cracking, there’s nothing like packing a suitcase and sailing away”. The same can be said of Myriam Phiro’s new album, “Voyages”,
TOGETHER IN SPACE ,Danica Dora's new digital album is a poignant exploration of the many varieties of loss, all refracted through her exquisitely self-aware sensibility,and her gentle.supple voice. The songs sneak up on you-no showy vocal pyrotechnics