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Pamela Rose
Presenting "Wild Women of Song," a multimedia jazz concert celebrating the women songwriters of Tin Pan Alley. Wednesday, March 21, 9:30 pm at the Metropolitan Room.

Baby Jane Dexter
Saturday, March 24. Shakespeare Theater of New Jerey 50th Anniversary Gala, 6:30pm at the Hilton Short Hills. Baby Jane Dexter appears in a variety show benefit.
Sunday, March 25. "Still Bad, Still Blue" at August Club, 1247 W. 13 Street, Philadelphia, PA. Reservations and info: 215.468.5926.
Sunday, April 1. "The Real Thing," a master class with Baby Jane Dexter. The Metrpolitan Room, 10am to 2:30pm, $150 per person limited to 8 people. Auditors welcome, $50 per person. Contact Alice Frazier at 814.504.2480.
Thursday, May 10 at 8pm. Jack Kleinsingers' Highlights in Jazz, NYC's longest-running jazz concert series. Tribeca Performing Arts Center. Featuring the Christian McBride Big Band (this year's Grammy winner for best big band) and others with special guest Baby Jane Dexter. $40, students $37.50, special offer to Main Stage members also $37.50. 199 Chambers St. Box office: 212.220.1460.

Kat Gang
Kat Gang Quartet continues every Wednesday at the Rose Club in the Plaza Hotel, Fifth Aveue. 8:30pm to 11:30pm.
Tuesday, April 3, 10-11:15pm. Iridium New York Jazz Club. Kat Gang / Nate Mayland Quintet. Presenting songs from their Wishbone Project CD. Thank you Scott Barbarino for having us back for the third time!
"At one time, every upscale hotel in New York boasted a little spot for late-night cocktails and music....[T]he Plaza offering some good jazz by the lovely Kat Gang....[Kat] and her rhythm trio deliver cool, sweet, and scat, perfect for a low-key room....she keeps an ear on the lyrics, concentrating on the standards, as a salute to the old nightclub tradition." — Elizabeth Ahlfors, CurtainUp Magazine
For Kat Gang's full schedule, please go to:

Lapis Luna Vintage Jazz Band
Open run every Thursday at the Rose Club in the Plaza Hotel. 8:30pm to 11:30pm.
Bringing you the captivating music of the '30s, '40s, and '50s. Jazz with a classic, glittering sound. Standards, enchanting ballads, obscure swing-era gems, and vintage melodies the way they were meant to be heard: vibrant, fun, romantic, and cool.

Court Graves
Following his engagement at the Metropolitan Room in New York, Court appeared at the Arthur Newman Theatre, Palm Desert, California and the Catalina Jazz Bar, Hollywood, California. Now back from London and completing his new CD.

Joyce Breach
March 21, 7:30pm with Michael Feinstein and his Standard Series, Carnegie Hall.
April 11,1pm, Midtown Jazz at Midday. St Peter's, 54th and Lexington. Joyce joins Ronnie Whyte and his calvacade of jazz stars.
April 23, 27th Annual Bistro Award Gala honoring Kaye Ballard, Deedee Bridgewater, Warren Vache, and Joyce Breach, among others.

Jim Van Slyke
Currently touring with "The Sedaka Show" and promoting "The Sedaka Sessions," a new CD with Neil Sedaka doing two duets with Jim.
See Jim's web site to buy the new CD.

Darren Williams
“A dynamic performer... powerful voice and crowd-pleasing style.” — New York Post

Jon Peterson
Jon was the last actor to perform the Emcee role on Broadway, and then during its 33 city tour.
Touring now with his own show, "Song Man, Dance Man" in London and Paris, and will return to NYC in May. Watch for booking information.

Joan Jaffe
Presently nominated for a 2012 MAC Award for her show "Joan Jaffe's Man-Ha-Ha-Ha-Tan" at Don't Tell Mama.
"The energy of a hyped-up rock star!" — Joe Regan Jr., Manhattan Chronicle

Rosemary Loar

Sharron Matthews
“Perfection!” — Toronto Star

Frank Loman
"Sondheim, Bucchino, and Kahr. These are the three wordsmiths on this planet that I enjoy the most." So says the Englishman, Frank Loman, who debuted in the States with his singing partner Ellen Verenieks at Don't Tell Mama last season. Now Frank comes back to the States again at Don't Tell Mama with his solo show that made its debut at the Pheasantry last season.
April 4 and April 12 at 7:30 at Don't Tell Mama.

Jane Scheckter
Just released her new CD, "Easy to Remember," available at CDBaby, Amazon, and iTunes. A new updated web site designed by Janis Wilkins is up, 16 videos on YouTube ranging from 1989 at Danny's with Mike Renzi through 2009 at the Metropolitan Room with Tedd Firth.
In reviewing the new album, a group of our impressive critics have compared her to some of her favorite singers, like Rosemary Clooney, Lena Horne, Ella Fitzgerald, and Annie Ross.

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