I just can’t get enough of celebrating the songs of Jimmy Van Heusen and Sammy Cahn as we wind down this, the 100th anniversary of both songwriters’ births. On Thursday, November 21 at 9:30 pm, the latest installment of the party takes place at 54 Below on West 54th Street—below street level.
It is always cool to know someone who is enjoying success in the business of the theatre. One person I know is songwriter David Wohl. I asked David what he has to say for himself, especially in light of the growing success of A 1940s Radio Christmas Carol,and this is what he has to say:
LML Music and SavoyPR are pleased to announce the release of Things I've Learned Along The Way, the debut CD from composer/arranger Shelly Markham. Things I've Learned Along The Way is available now from LML Music, iTunes, Amazon, CDBaby and other digital and traditional retailers.
International music superstar Linn Lorkin has descended upon New York City from New Zealand after a triumphant career across the globe for the last four decades, and her one-woman mini-musical Hey, Piano Bar Lady! will open at Don't Tell Mama (343West 46th Street) on
Frank Torren premiered his first couple of acts around town in the last few seasons and had already laid the groundwork for what would be a sumptuous trek across the cabaret landscape. Indeed, his previous show at Don't Tell Mama proved to be
Twenty-one old pop singer-songwriter Tucker Caploe has established himself as an artist to keep an ear and eye out for. Born into a family of performers (his mom is ASCAP Award-winning singer songwriter Susan Collins, who started out with Jimi Hendrix and his dad is a comic actor), Tucker was inspired to write
QUEEN OF THE BEATNIKS: THE SONGS OF JUDY HENSKE is back by popular demand to the Cutting Room, this time with a new band! The show, written and performed by MEREDITH DIMENNA under the musical direction of JASON BINNICK will be at the Cutting Room, November 19th, 2013 at 8:00pm EST. Doors
Dramatic Soprano Shirley Ritenour will make her Carnegie Hall debut on December 6th 2013, when she takes to the Weill Recital Hall stage in a concert titled: Shirley Ritenour Conquers Valhalla for Cancer! Her special guest will be internationally renowned guitarist, Andrew Schulman.