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Here is an index of past Cabaret and Live Entertainment Events from around the world with links to more complete details where available. Items will be added as days events are completed.
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CABARET EVENTS ARCHIVES
FEBRUARY 2013

MONDAY through SUNDAY - February 4th to February 10th



CABARET EVENTS AROUND THE WORLD
SUNDAY - FEBRUARY 10th

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NYC: JACKIE DRAPER CREATES TROPICAL MAGIC IN HER NEW SHOW
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Jackie Draper brings her new show "Tropical Magic (or Vacation from the Blues)" to THE WEST BANK CAFE/LAURIE BEECHMAN THEATRE (407 West 42nd Street, NYC - 212-695-6909) on Sunday, February 10th at 5:00 pm and Friday, February 22nd at 7:00 pm. "Tropical Magic (or Vacation from the Blues)" is a musical trip to torrid tropical fantasies and other magical mental terrain. Escape the cold and the mundane through songs in English, French and Spanish, guided by such composers/lyricists as Aznavour, Coward, Demare/Manzi, Dorough/Landesman, the Gershwins, Goldrich/Heisler, Lee, Legrand/the Bergmans, Mandel/Hamilton, Manilow/Feldman & Sussman, Sedaka, Warren/Gordon, among others. Along on the adventure, Jackie's experienced team: At the piano - Music Director Gregory Toroian; on bass - Ritt Henn; on woodwinds - Robbyn Tongue; on percussion - special guest (and dance partner) Franklin Ayala. Helen Baldassare directs. There is an $18 cover plus a $15 food/drink minimum. $15 cover for members of CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE.
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NYC: MORE JOSHING AROUND AT THE DUPLEX

What happens when two emerging cabaret stars get mistakenly booked on the same night? Find out at "Joshing Around!" at THE DUPLEX CABARET THEATRE (61 Christopher Street, NYC - 212-255-5438 - ) on Sunday, February 10th at 7:00 pm. Fresh from their acclaimed solo debuts, the distinctive styles of Joshua Warr and Joshua Desjardins collide on stage at the legendary Duplex. Hilarity ensues! Directed by multiple award-winner Miles Phillips and featuring Kenneth Gartman at the piano. There is a $10 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.

NYC: KRISTINE ZBORNIK'S OPEN-ENDED CREATION

Kristine Zbornik's Open-Ended Creation will debut at THE DUPLEX CABARET THEATRE (61 Christopher Street, NYC - 212-255-5438) on Sunday, February 10th at 9:30 pm and continue weekly for an open-ended run (no show February 24th). In a desperate attempt to pay her rent, single-white-cabaret performer-comedienne Kristine Zbornik is back with a somewhat new and entirely unrehearsed show. With the assistance of Bobby Peaco, her trusty piano-playing, joke-writing "straight" man, Kristine Zbornik's Open-Ended Creation will most certainly be a rehash of everything you've already seen before and much, much less. Since the show will be changing every week, mixing old and new material, you can feel free to attend as often as you like and bring your friends. It's like church, for non-religious drinkers. There is no cover, just a two-drink minimum per person.

NYC: MARK JANAS' SALON: "IT TAKES TWO!"

SALON - that unique, Multiple Award Winning, Weekly Open Mic Event, created and hosted by Mark Janas returns to ETCETERA ETCETERA (352 West 44th Street, NYC - 212-399-4141 - ) on Sunday, February 10th from 7:00 to 10:30 pm (sign-up begins at 6:15 pm). The optional theme for the evening is "It Takes Two!". Co-Hosts will be The Stone Twins, Adam & Todd. In the Salon Spotlight: Rosemary Loar. Remember, any material, on or off theme, is always welcome at Salon. There are no reservations; seating is on a first come/ first served basis, with one intermission. There is a $10 cash cover plus a $15 food/drink minimum.

RADIO: "EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW": WINTER FUNDRAISING BROADCAST
CABARET ON THE RADIO - ON THE WEB

EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN, on the Radio over WBAI 99.5 FM and on the Internet at http://www.wbai.org/, usually heard from 9:00 to 11:00 pm on Sundays hosted by David Kenney. Each week David presents the usual blend of big-band jazz, swing, standards, showtunes, contemporary cabaret and celebrity interviews plus MEGA-MEDLEY MADNESS. This Sunday, February 10th, David will present another 2 hours of recorded songs and live & recorded interviews from the worlds of cabaret & Broadway, with an important fundraiser featuring 'Dave's CD Grab-bag'. HELP SUPPORT WBAI-FM & EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN. Pledge during the Broadcast. Call 516-620-3602! For your pledge of $75.00 we will send to you as his gift of thanks: Dave's CD Grab-Bag. This year Dave is offering our BIGGEST Grab-Bag EVER! Each Bag will contain 8 CDs! Each bag will be a mix of Pop Standards, Jazz, Showtunes, Cabaret & More. For more information, see http://www.oldisnew.org/ . You are invited to e-mail your comments and suggestions for future shows to oldisnew@earthlink.net. You can listen to past shows at any time by going to the WBAI Archives at http://www.archive.wbai.org/ .


NYC: PIA ZADORA: BACK AGAIN AND STANDING TALL

Pia Zadora, Golden Globe winner, Grammy nominee, ShowWest winner, accomplished singer, film and Broadway star will perform at THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (34 West 22nd Street, NYC - 212-206-0440) on Thursday through Sunday, February 7th through 10th. Showtimes are 7:00 pm on Thursday; 7L00 & 9:30 on Friday; 9:30 pm on Saturday; and 4:30 pm on Sunday. With her many and varied talents, Pia's true love has always been singing, and in 1985, she launched a successful music career with her first standards album, "Pia & Phil", recorded with the London Philharmonic. Pia then embarked on a worldwide tour performing at Carnegie Hall, The Philadelphia Academy of Music, The Kennedy Center, Radio City Music Hall and The London Palladium, as well as with symphonies throughout the United States and Canada. This show was created by three-time Emmy winning director and choreographer Walter Painter, Emmy-nominated Academy Award writer Jon Macks, and six-time Emmy Award and Peabody winning composer Larry Grossman. Pia's new show features the greatest songs ever performed, laughs and pure non-stop entertainment. Accompanied by legendary Sinatra pianist and musical conductor Vinnie Falcone and his orchestra, Pia performs classics such as "The Lady Is a Tramp", "Come Rain or Shine", "All of Me", "Young at Heart" and "The Man That Got Away". There is a $35 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.

NYC: BIRDLAND JAZZ PARTY WITH VOCALIST GABRIELLE STRAVELLI

Birdland's very own jazz quartet hits the stage at BIRDLAND (315 West 44th Street, NYC - 212-581-3080 - ) every Sunday at 6:00 pm to wrap up the weekend with jazz classics! This quartet features John Hart (Guitar), Paul Gil (bass), Carmen Intorre (Drums) & Jon Davis (Piano) with this week's special guest vocalist Gabrielle Stravelli. Award-winning vocalist Gabrielle Stravelli has garnered critical acclaim and a loyal following through her unique take on material from the new American songbook as well as classic standards by artists as varied as Pink Floyd and Duke Ellington, Dolly Parton and Johnny Mercer. A trained actor, Gabrielle has a soulful sensitivity for the story in the lyric. There is a $25 cover plus a $10 food/drink minimum.

NYC: ARTURO O'FARRILL AFRO LATIN JAZZ ORCHESTRA

Arturo O'Farrill Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra performs at BIRDLAND (315 West 44th Street, NYC - 212-581-3080 - ) every Sunday night at 9:00 pm. Grammy Award winning pianist, composer and educator Arturo O'Farrill was born in Mexico and grew up in New York City. Son of the late, great composer Chico O'Farrill, Arturo was Educated at Manhattan School of Music, Brooklyn College Conservatory and the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College. He played piano in Carla Bley's Big Band from 1979 through 1983 and earned a reputation as a soloist in groups led by Dizzy Gillespie, Steve Turre, Freddy Cole, Lester Bowie, Wynton Marsalis and Harry Belafonte. There is a $30 cover plus a $10 food/drink minimum.

NYC: SONDHEIM UNPLUGGED RETURNS TO 54 BELOW

A celebrated New York event since 2010, the Bistro Award-winning series Sondheim Unplugged returns to 54 BELOW (254 West 54th Street, NYC - 646-476-3551 - ) on Sunday, February 10th at 7:00 pm. The show features some of Broadway and cabaret's most dynamic voices, accompanied by piano only. Expect tunes from A Little Night Music, Company, Into the Woods, Follies, Passion, Dick Tracy and more. Past special guests have included original Sondheim cast members such as Len Cariou, Victoria Mallory & Donna McKechnie - you never know who might drop in. Sondheim Unplugged is hosted by series creator Phil Geoffrey Bond, who will fill the audience in on Sondheimien facts, history & assorted tidbits of theatrical lore! There is a $25-$35 cover plus a $25 food/drink minimum.


NJ: MUSIC IN THE MOONLIGHT JAZZ SERIES WITH DANIELA SCHACHTER

LUNA STAGE (555 Valley Road, West Orange, NJ - 973-395-5551) continues the second season of its jazz series, "Music In The Moonlight: An Intimate Evening of Jazz", on Sunday February 10th at 7:00 pm with a one-night only concert by acclaimed pianist and vocalist Daniela Schachter. The Linden, NJ-based pianist, vocalist, composer and arranger will be joined at Luna Stage by tenor saxophonist Joel Frahm, bassist Steve La Spina and drummer George Schuller to present "Jazz and the American Songbook: The Music of Johnny Burke and Jimmy Van Heusen." Daniela Schachter moved from Sicily to the United States when she received a scholarship from the Berklee College of Music. She studied at Berklee under pianist Joanne Brackeen and counts Thelonius Monk as one of her main influences. Tickets are on sale now ($18 in advance, $20 at the door).

BOS: AN EVENING WITH BRANFORD MARSALIS

Bradford Marsalis will introduce his new CD "FOUR MFs PLAYIN' TUNES" at SCULLERS JAZZ CLUB (400 Soldiers Field Road, Allston, MA - 617-562-4111 - ) on Friday through Sunday, February 8th through 10th with shows at 8:00 & 10:00 pm. The Branford Marsalis Quartet, in addition to Branford, is ,ade up of Joey Calderazzo on piano, Eric Revis on bass, and Justin Faulkner on drums. NEA Jazz Master, renowned Grammy Award-winning saxophonist and Tony Award nominee Branford Marsalis is one of the most revered instrumentalists of his time. Leader of one of the finest jazz quartets today, and a frequent soloist with classical ensembles, Marsalis and his Quartet of musical friends recently released Four MFs Playin' Tunes. On this new album, the song takes center stage, with the band members bringing their considerable musical expertise to bear, as they focus on each tune as an important musical entity unto itself and not merely a vehicle for showcasing individual talent. Show only cover $40 - dinner/show package $80.

DC: JOSHUA REDMAN TRIO FEATURING RUBEN ROGERS & GREG HUTCHINSON

The Joshua Redman Trio will star at BLUES ALLEY (1073 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Washington, DC - 202-337-4141) on Thursday through Sunday, February 7th through 10th with shows at 8:00 & 10:00 pm. Joshua Redman is one of the most acclaimed and charismatic jazz artists to have emerged in the decade of the 1990s. Born in Berkeley, California, he is the son of legendary saxophonist Dewey Redman and dancer Renee Shedroff. He was exposed at an early age to a variety of musics (jazz, classical, rock, soul, Indian, Indonesian, Middle-Eastern, African) and instruments (recorder, piano, guitar, gatham, gamelan), and began playing clarinet at age nine before switching to what became his primary instrument, the tenor saxophone, one year later. Redman has been nominated for 2 Grammys and has garnered top honors in critics and readers polls of DownBeat, Jazz Times, The Village Voice and Rolling Stone. He wrote and performed the music for Louis Malle's final film Vanya on 42nd Street, and is both seen and heard in the Robert Altman film Kansas City. Call for cover/minimum information.

CHI: JOAN CURTO SINGS COLE PORTER: FROM MAJOR TO MINOR

Chicago cabaret favorite Joan Curto brings her new show "Joan Curto Sings Cole Porter: From Major to Minor" to DAVENPORT'S (1383 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL - 773-278-1830) on Wednesday through Sunday, February 6th through 10th at 8:00 pm (Sunday at 7:00 pm). Called a "cabaret icon" by NBC News-Chicago. Joan Curto has performed in most theatres and clubs in Chicago and tours nationally. She will be debuting her new show, celebrating the wit and sophistication of Cole Porter, arguably the supreme master of sophisticated song. Joan will be touring this show in late 2013. Joining her will be musical director, Beckie Menzie and Jim Cox on bass. There is a $20 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.

SF: UPRIGHT CABARET GOES DISCO AT LIVE AT THE RRAZZ

Backed by a flash of insane multi-media, the shimmering songs of Donna Summer, ABBA, and the Bee Gees and more, the Upright Cabaret moves into LIVE AT THE RRAZZ (1000 Van Ness Avenue, SF - 800-380-3095) on Sunday, February 10th, with performances at 5:00 & 8:00 pm. Upright will flash you back into dancing queens and strutting machines. Melt under the pulsing lights and pulsating beats as the Upright performers sing the greatest dance hits that will have you popping your hips and pointing your fingers into the air. Hustle 'n jive your way to this show because Upright's disco fever is sure to be infectious. Featuring Frenchie Davis from NBC's THE VOICE and Dezmond Meeks from AMERICA'S GOT TALENT. Call for cover/minimum information.

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SATURDAY - FEBRUARY 9th

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NYC: HOLE-O-MATIC RETURNS IN 2013
MEMBER DISCOUNT - $5 OFF THE COVER

Karen Mack & Michael Holland return with their very popular award-winning "Gashole Hole-O-Matic 2012" All Request Show to DON'T TELL MAMA (343 West 46th Street, NYC - 212-757-0788) on Saturday nights February 2nd, 9th, 16th & 23rd at 8:00 pm. This is the show where the audience gets to pick the song list from hundreds available. Also featured are more road stories, ridiculous prizes, more mash-ups, more prizes, lots more new music, more insanity and custom cocktails. Join NYC musical comedy duo Mack and Holland as they bring their multi-award winning mix of harmony and humor to the best (and worst!) of past, present and future pop. From ABBA to Queen to Kylie, expect lush vocals and comic mayhem in what is always a spontaneous and one-of-a-kind musical experience!. There is a $20 cover, 2 drink minimum, no drink maximum. $15 cover for members of CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE


NYC: JUDY AND LIZA TOGETHER AGAIN AT MAMA' S

Cabaret favorites Tommy Femia and Rick Skye have teamed up for another evening of "Judy and Liza Together Again" at DON'T TELL MAMA (343 West 46th Street, NYC - 212-757-0788) on Saturday nights February 9th & 23rd at 8:00 pm. They are joined by Ricky Ritzel (as Mort) at the piano. These MAC Award winning performers (Best Impersonation) will pull out all the stops, singing classic solo's, parodies, duets and just plain whooping and hollering by the greatest mother/ daughter team in show biz history. Tommy Femia is a 7 time winner of the Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs (MAC) Award for his brilliant portrayal of Judy Garland in "Judy Garland LIVE!", now in it's 20th season at Don't Tell Mama. He has also starred in "Whoop-de-doo", "I Will Come Back" and, most recently, "Norma Does Men". Rick Skye is best known for writing a string of outrageous comic revues including "The Flip Side of Neil Sedaka", "MaCabaret - a tabloid fable", "The War of the Mama Roses", "It's Madame with an E" and the International hit - "A Slice O' Minnelli" for which has enjoyed successful season's in Covent Garden, at the Apollo Theatre in London's West End and at the Dublin Theatre Festival where he received the Award for "Best Achievement in Performance". There is a $25 cover charge and a 2 drink minimum.

NYC: HOPELESSLY IN LOVE: THE LYRICS OF TOM TOCE

A new cabaret revue, "Hopelessly In Love: The Lyrics Of Tom Toce" returns for 2 more performances to THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (34 West 22nd Street, NYC - 212-206-0440) on Sunday January 27th and Saturday February 9th, both at 4:00 pm. The show features music by Tom and ten remarkably talented composers: Douglas Cohen, Rick Cummins, Zina Goldrich, David K. Israel, Jeff Lazarus, Shelly Markham, Peter Millrose, Kim Oler, Lew Spence and Alan Wolpert. The show features three of cabaret's brightest new stars: Carole J. Bufford, Jack Donahue and Jennifer Sheehan, and is directed by Peter Napolitano with musical direction by Matthew Martin Ward. For the opening performance, October 10th, there will be a special guest appearance by Maude Maggart. There is a $20 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.

NYC: SHEET MUSIC SOCIETY "A TRIBUTE TO AL JOLSON"

THE NEW YORK SHEET MUSIC SOCIETY , established in 1980, continues it's 2011-2012 Season on Saturday, February 9th at LOCAL 802 MUSICIANS' HALL (322 West 48th Street, NYC) with "A Tribute to Al Jolson". The event opens at 12:30 pm with a flea market where you can buy and/or trade sheet music and memorabilia. The show runs from 2:00 to 3:30 pm. The performance features Charlotte Patton, Laurie Kraus, Jeff Macauley, Ray Errol Fox and Jolson imitator Tony Babbino. . You can join the society online at http://www.nysms.org/ for only $50 per year, entitling you to nine fabulous programs/meetings and nine lively newsletters from October through June. Non-member guest fee is $10.

NYC: JUDE TREDER-WOLFF IN CRAZYTOWN: MY FIRST PSYCHOPATH

An official choice of the 2012 Chicago and San Francisco Fringe Festivals, CrAzYToWn: my first psychopath will be performed at ACTORS THEATER WORKSHOP (145 West 28th Street - 3rd Floor, NYC) on Saturdays, January 19th & 26th and February 2nd & 9th, all shows at 7:00 pm. CrAzYToWn the is a comic take on how an encounter with psychopath helped an over-eager therapist get over herself - when nothing else seemed to be working. In this storytelling show, with original music, real-life therapist/ performer Jude Treder-Wolff takes audiences down the rabbit hole of belief that led to being blind-sided by reality, in a cautionary tale about how authentic a completely fake person can be. Written and performed by Jude Treder-Wolff Musical direction and songs co-written by Wells Hanley. Tickets are $12 - Buy online at http://www.smarttix.com

NYC: LE SCANDAL CABARET CONTINUES AT THE BEECHMAN

NYC's longest running burlesque variety show, LE SCANDAL CABARET, continues on Saturdays, at 10:30 pm at THE WEST BANK CAFE/LAURIE BEECHMAN THEATRE (407 West 42nd Street, NYC - 212-695-6909). In its ninth year, Le Scandal features variety acts, circus performers, live music and a bevy of burlesque beauties. New performers every week! Expect sword swallowers, belly dancers, rope trick cowboys, contortionists, torch singing fan dancers and comedic aerobats, all set to the live music of the Le Scandal Orchestra. For tickets, visit Smarttix at http://www.smarttix.com/ or 212-484-4444. There is a $25 cover plus a $15 food/drink minimum.

NYC: PIA ZADORA: BACK AGAIN AND STANDING TALL

Pia Zadora, Golden Globe winner, Grammy nominee, ShowWest winner, accomplished singer, film and Broadway star will perform at THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (34 West 22nd Street, NYC - 212-206-0440) on Thursday through Sunday, February 7th through 10th. Showtimes are 7:00 pm on Thursday; 7L00 & 9:30 on Friday; 9:30 pm on Saturday; and 4:30 pm on Sunday. With her many and varied talents, Pia's true love has always been singing, and in 1985, she launched a successful music career with her first standards album, "Pia & Phil", recorded with the London Philharmonic. Pia then embarked on a worldwide tour performing at Carnegie Hall, The Philadelphia Academy of Music, The Kennedy Center, Radio City Music Hall and The London Palladium, as well as with symphonies throughout the United States and Canada. This show was created by three-time Emmy winning director and choreographer Walter Painter, Emmy-nominated Academy Award writer Jon Macks, and six-time Emmy Award and Peabody winning composer Larry Grossman. Pia's new show features the greatest songs ever performed, laughs and pure non-stop entertainment. Accompanied by legendary Sinatra pianist and musical conductor Vinnie Falcone and his orchestra, Pia performs classics such as "The Lady Is a Tramp", "Come Rain or Shine", "All of Me", "Young at Heart" and "The Man That Got Away". There is a $35 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.

NYC: LOU DONALDSON ORGAN QUARTET AT BIRDLAND

The Lou Donaldson Organ Quartet performs at BIRDLAND (315 West 44th Street, NYC - 212-581-3080 - ) Tuesday through Saturday, February 5th through 9th with shows at 8:30 & 11:00 pm. Jazz critics agree that "Sweet Poppa Lou" Donaldson is one of the greatest alto saxophonists of all time. He began his career as a bandleader with Blue Note Records in 1952 and, already at age 25, he had found his sound, though it would continue to sweeten over the years, earning him his famed nickname "Sweet Poppa Lou." He made a series of classic records for Blue Note in the 50s, and takes pride in having showcased many musicians who made their first records as sidemen for him: Horace Silver, Clifford Brown, Grant Green, Blue Mitchell, Donald Byrd, Horace Parlan, and others. After also making some excellent recordings for Cadet and Argo Records in the early 60s, Lou's return to Blue Note in 1967 was marked by one of his most famous recordings, Alligator Bogaloo. Lou was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Letters by North Carolina A & T University and a scholarship was established in his name that is awarded to the most gifted jazz musician at North Carolina A & T University each year. He was inducted into the International Jazz Hall of Fame and is the recipient of countless other honors and awards for his outstanding contributions to jazz, America's "classical music." There is a $30-$40 cover plus a $10 food/drink minimum.

NYC: AMANDA MCBROOM WITH MICHELE BROURMAN

Amanda McBroom will the spring season at THE CAFE CARLYLE (35 East 76th Street, NYC - 212-570-7189) joined by her musical director Michele Brourman, Tuesdays through Saturdays, January 29th through February 9th at 8:45 pm. She has been called "...the greatest cabaret performer of her generation, an urban poet who writes like an angel and has a voice to match." Her name first came to the attention of the music public when Bette Midler's version of Amanda's song THE ROSE hit number one all over the world in 1979. But it was Amanda's performance of her own song on the Golden Globes (she won), Grammys (she didn't) and The Tonight Show that launched her career as a singer as well as songwriter. Her songs have have been recorded by the likes of Bette Midler, Leanne Rimes, Barry Manilow, Judy Collins, Barbara Cook, Anne Murray, Harry Belafonte, Betty Buckley, Stephanie Mills, The Manhattan Transfer, Donny Osmond, the Chipmunks, and the Baby Dinosaurs in LAND BEFORE TIME (she wrote all the songs for 11 Universal Cartoon videos with longtime collaborator Michele Brourman). There is a $45-$65 cover Tuesdays through Thursdays, $45-$75 on Fridays & Saturdays.


NYC: TOVAH FELDSHUH AT 54 BELOW

Acclaimed actress and entertainer Tovah Feldshuh will make her 54 Below debut on Thursday, February 7th at 7:00 pm and Friday & Saturday, February 8th & 9th at 8:30 pm at 54 BELOW (254 West 54th Street, NYC - 646-476-3551 - ). In this zany musical evening, custom fashioned for 54 Below, Ms. Feldshuh revisits the 1970s when she first came to Studio 54 and to Broadway. She also inhabits a gallery of hilarious characters, ages 8 to 80, comic and dramatic - who sing! The songlist includes Broadway classics from Bernstein, Styne, and Gershwin to contemporary artists Dar Williams and Craig Carnelia. For these three special performances, Tovah will be joined by Broadway's Jesse Kissel on piano. For her work on the New York stage, which includes, among many others, Golda's Balcony, Irena's Vow, Yentl, Lend Me a Tenor, and Sarava! (which she will revisit in this show), Tovah is the recipient of four Tony nominations, and has won four Drama Desk, four Outer Critics Circle, the Obie, the Theatre World, and the Lucille Lortel Awards. There is a $35-$55 cover plus a $25 food/drink minimum.


NYC: BRAD SIMMONS & FRIENDS AT 54 BELOW

Brad Simmons & Friends will perform at 54 BELOW (254 West 54th Street, NYC - 646-476-3551 - ) on Saturday, February 9th at 11:00 pm. 54 Below late-nighters know him as the handsome guy at the keys providing musical direction at Backstage, but for one night only, 54 Below's own Brad Simmons steps out of that role for an evening celebrating his very own tunes & covers. Joined by special guests, including Tony winner Tonya Pinkins, Celisse Henderson, Paul Oakley Stovall, and Jon Patrick Walker & The Guilty Party. There is a $20-$30 cover plus a $25 food/drink minimum.


BOS: AN EVENING WITH BRANFORD MARSALIS

Bradford Marsalis will introduce his new CD "FOUR MFs PLAYIN' TUNES" at SCULLERS JAZZ CLUB (400 Soldiers Field Road, Allston, MA - 617-562-4111 - ) on Friday through Sunday, February 8th through 10th with shows at 8:00 & 10:00 pm. The Branford Marsalis Quartet, in addition to Branford, is ,ade up of Joey Calderazzo on piano, Eric Revis on bass, and Justin Faulkner on drums. NEA Jazz Master, renowned Grammy Award-winning saxophonist and Tony Award nominee Branford Marsalis is one of the most revered instrumentalists of his time. Leader of one of the finest jazz quartets today, and a frequent soloist with classical ensembles, Marsalis and his Quartet of musical friends recently released Four MFs Playin' Tunes. On this new album, the song takes center stage, with the band members bringing their considerable musical expertise to bear, as they focus on each tune as an important musical entity unto itself and not merely a vehicle for showcasing individual talent. Show only cover $40 - dinner/show package $80.

DC: JOSHUA REDMAN TRIO FEATURING RUBEN ROGERS & GREG HUTCHINSON

The Joshua Redman Trio will star at BLUES ALLEY (1073 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Washington, DC - 202-337-4141) on Thursday through Sunday, February 7th through 10th with shows at 8:00 & 10:00 pm. Joshua Redman is one of the most acclaimed and charismatic jazz artists to have emerged in the decade of the 1990s. Born in Berkeley, California, he is the son of legendary saxophonist Dewey Redman and dancer Renee Shedroff. He was exposed at an early age to a variety of musics (jazz, classical, rock, soul, Indian, Indonesian, Middle-Eastern, African) and instruments (recorder, piano, guitar, gatham, gamelan), and began playing clarinet at age nine before switching to what became his primary instrument, the tenor saxophone, one year later. Redman has been nominated for 2 Grammys and has garnered top honors in critics and readers polls of DownBeat, Jazz Times, The Village Voice and Rolling Stone. He wrote and performed the music for Louis Malle's final film Vanya on 42nd Street, and is both seen and heard in the Robert Altman film Kansas City. Call for cover/minimum information.

FL: MARILYN MAYE AT THE COLONY

Following her New Year's Eve run at THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (NYC), Marilyn Maye is returning to THE ROYAL ROOM at THE COLONY HOTEL (155 Hammond Avenue, Palm Beach, FL - 561-659-8100) for her sixth engagement since 2008. She will be performing Tuesday through Saturday, February 5th through 9th at 8:00 pm. Maye is the holder of the singer's record (76 appearances) on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. Her career is a litany of honors, awards, and landmark achievements. Her hit songs include "Step to the Rear," "The Lamp is Low," "Sherry" and "If My Friends Could See Me Now." Known as a "Singer's Singer," she has performed at New York's Copa Cobana, The Living Room, Michael's Pub, The Rainbow Grill, St. Regis, Feinstein's and the legendary Birdland. Tuesday through Thursday: $120 dinner/show ($60 show only) and Friday & Saturday: $130 dinner/show ($70 show only).


CHI: JOAN CURTO SINGS COLE PORTER: FROM MAJOR TO MINOR

Chicago cabaret favorite Joan Curto brings her new show "Joan Curto Sings Cole Porter: From Major to Minor" to DAVENPORT'S (1383 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL - 773-278-1830) on Wednesday through Sunday, February 6th through 10th at 8:00 pm (Sunday at 7:00 pm). Called a "cabaret icon" by NBC News-Chicago. Joan Curto has performed in most theatres and clubs in Chicago and tours nationally. She will be debuting her new show, celebrating the wit and sophistication of Cole Porter, arguably the supreme master of sophisticated song. Joan will be touring this show in late 2013. Joining her will be musical director, Beckie Menzie and Jim Cox on bass. There is a $20 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.

SF: CUBA GOODING AND THE MAIN INGREDIENT

The harmonic convergence known as The Main Ingredient will perform at LIVE AT THE RRAZZ (1000 Van Ness Avenue, SF - 800-380-3095) Thursday through Saturday, February 7th through 9th with shows at Thursday & Friday at 8:00 pm and Saturday at 7:00 & 9:30 pm. This is the group that pumped out such still-played '70s hits as "Everybody Plays The Fool," "Spinning Around (I Must Be Falling In Love)," "I'm So Proud," "You've Been My Inspiration," "Just Don't Want To Be Lonely," and "Happiness Is Just Around The Bend". The Main Ingredient still tours and belts out the classic sounds for audiences that crave true harmony, beautiful melodies, and lyrics they can relate to. There is a $35 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.

LON: STACY SULLIVAN TAKING PEGGY LEE TRIBUTE TO LONDON

Stacy Sullivan will bring her show "It's a Good Day/ A Tribute to Miss Peggy Lee" to THE CRAZY COQS AT BRASSERIE ZEDEL (20 Sherwood St, Piccadilly, London W1F 7ED - 020 7734 4888) for 7 performances on Tuesday through Saturday, February 5th through 9th (call for showtimes). She will be joined by Jon Weber on piano and Steve Doyle on bass. The show is an interpretive exploration of the extraordinary music and personal struggles of a singer, composer, and actress whose remarkable career spanned over six decades, influencing jazz and popular-music culture worldwide. Fresh with courageous takes on Peggy Lee's famous canon, including "Fever," "Johnny Guitar," "I Love Being Here With You," and the title song, "It's a Good Day." Sullivan joins forces with Weber and Doyle, to evoke Lee, but deftly apply their own stamp to each and every song. Call for cover/minimum information.

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NYC: JEFF HARNAR IN "DOES THIS SONG MAKE ME LOOK FAT?"

Jeff Harnar, one of the most celebrated performers of the American Popular Songbook, will return to THE WEST BANK CAFE/LAURIE BEECHMAN THEATRE (407 West 42nd Street, NYC - 212-695-6909) in his show "Does This Song Make Me Look Fat? (Lighter Fare for a Winter Night)". Performances are on four Monday nights at 7:00 pm, January 14th, 21st and 28th and Friday, February 8th. Harnar recently was awarded the 2012 Noel Coward Foundation Cabaret Award, as well as two MAC (Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs) Awards and three Back Stage Bistro Awards. This new show - featuring Music Director Lawrence Yurman on piano, Jered Egan on bass and Ray Marchica on drums - will highlight the wit of Noel Coward, Cole Porter, Sammy Cahn, Comden & Green, Tom Lehrer, Allan Sherman, Stan Freberg, Rick Crom, Larry Kerchner, Francesca Blumenthal and more. Harnar has made appearances at the Carnegie Hall, the Oak Room, Feinstein's at Loews Regency, The Metropolitan Room, Town Hall, and has hosted three seasons of The American Songbook in London at The Jermyn Street Theatre. Carnegie Hall appearances include both the Cole Porter and Noel Coward Centennial Galas, a solo concert at Weill Recital and as Michael Feinstein's special guest at Zankel Hall. Jeff headlined three Town Hall concerts, including a Cole Porter evening with Andrea Marcovicci. He has appeared in thirteen "Lyrics & Lyricists" concerts, serving as artistic director and host for one. There is a $25 cover plus a $15 food/drink minimum.

NYC: DISTORTED DIZNEE AT THE BEECHMAN

Dallas DuBois hosts DISTORTED DIZNEE, an outrageous take on some of the most beloved animated classics, at THE WEST BANK CAFE/LAURIE BEECHMAN THEATRE (407 West 42nd Street, NYC - 212-695-6909) on Fridays, February 1st, 8th, 15th & 22ndat 10:00 pm. DuBois and a troupe of fabulous drag queens will present a twisted - and very adult - journey, catapulting you back to your childhood into a Magical Kingdom where dreams come true. This 70-minute extravaganza features high-energy dance numbers, comedy, dazzling costumes and lip-syncing "ladies". Starring Dallas DuBois, Holly Dae, Bootsie LeFaris, Pixie Aventura, Shenea DeDranke, and more! There is a $15 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.

NYC: GARY NEGBAUR PLAYS TOMI JAZZ

Gary Negbaur will perform solo at TOMI JAZZ (239 East 53 Street, lower level, NYC - 646-497-1254 - ) on Friday, February 8th with sets from 8:00 pm to midnight. Pianist/singer/ songwriter Gary Negbaur has toured across the USA, Europe and Australia wowing audiences with his heartfelt and often humorous originals along with his innovative arrangements of standards. His recordings include a CD of original music (Let me explain) as well as a critically acclaimed solo album of standards (Sit Down You're Rockin' the Boat) and a children's CD (Max's Family Band). The song list will include several New Orleans R&B numbers as Gary prepares for his upcoming performances in the Big Easy later this year. There is a $10 cover plus a $10 food/drink minimum.


NYC: "NOT AS CUTE AS PICTURE" ADDS DATES AT THE DUPLEX

"Not as Cute as Picture", a GLAAD-Media Award Nominee for Outstanding Theater: Washington DC, played to sold out houses in January this year and returns to THE DUPLEX CABARET THEATRE (61 Christopher Street, NYC - 212-255-5438 - ) for four additional performances, Fridays, February 8th & 22nd and March 8th & 22nd, all shows at 9:30 pm. The semi-autobiographical "Not as Cute", written and performed by J.D. Cerna, directed by Nick Demos (Oklahoma), partner in Demos/Bizar Entertainment (producer of Tony-Award winner, Memphis), first ran in Washington, DC. The play is set in 1994, a time when young gay men's pursuit of purpose was often obstructed by the crashing reality of AIDS. J.D.Cerna is a gifted writer/actor who uses a wicked sense of humor and his personal life experiences and perspectives to amplify the discussion around important LGBT issues and in particular, his own observations as a gay man. There is a $10 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.

NYC: PIA ZADORA: BACK AGAIN AND STANDING TALL

Pia Zadora, Golden Globe winner, Grammy nominee, ShowWest winner, accomplished singer, film and Broadway star will perform at THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (34 West 22nd Street, NYC - 212-206-0440) on Thursday through Sunday, February 7th through 10th. Showtimes are 7:00 pm on Thursday; 7L00 & 9:30 on Friday; 9:30 pm on Saturday; and 4:30 pm on Sunday. With her many and varied talents, Pia's true love has always been singing, and in 1985, she launched a successful music career with her first standards album, "Pia & Phil", recorded with the London Philharmonic. Pia then embarked on a worldwide tour performing at Carnegie Hall, The Philadelphia Academy of Music, The Kennedy Center, Radio City Music Hall and The London Palladium, as well as with symphonies throughout the United States and Canada. This show was created by three-time Emmy winning director and choreographer Walter Painter, Emmy-nominated Academy Award writer Jon Macks, and six-time Emmy Award and Peabody winning composer Larry Grossman. Pia's new show features the greatest songs ever performed, laughs and pure non-stop entertainment. Accompanied by legendary Sinatra pianist and musical conductor Vinnie Falcone and his orchestra, Pia performs classics such as "The Lady Is a Tramp", "Come Rain or Shine", "All of Me", "Young at Heart" and "The Man That Got Away". There is a $35 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.

NYC: DAVID BERGER JAZZ ORCHESTRA FRIDAYS AT BIRDLAND

The David Berger Jazz Orchestra performs at BIRDLAND (315 West 44th Street, NYC - 212-581-3080 - ) on Fridays at 5:00 pm. Jazz composer, arranger and conductor David Berger is recognized internationally as a leading authority on the music of Duke Ellington and the Swing Era and big band music. Conductor and arranger for the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra from its inception in 1988 through 1994, Berger has transcribed more than 750 full scores of classic recordings including over 500 works by Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn. Mr. Berger maintains a close working relationship with Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. There is a $25 cover plus a $10 food/drink minimum.


NYC: LOU DONALDSON ORGAN QUARTET AT BIRDLAND

The Lou Donaldson Organ Quartet performs at BIRDLAND (315 West 44th Street, NYC - 212-581-3080 - ) Tuesday through Saturday, February 5th through 9th with shows at 8:30 & 11:00 pm. Jazz critics agree that "Sweet Poppa Lou" Donaldson is one of the greatest alto saxophonists of all time. He began his career as a bandleader with Blue Note Records in 1952 and, already at age 25, he had found his sound, though it would continue to sweeten over the years, earning him his famed nickname "Sweet Poppa Lou." He made a series of classic records for Blue Note in the 50s, and takes pride in having showcased many musicians who made their first records as sidemen for him: Horace Silver, Clifford Brown, Grant Green, Blue Mitchell, Donald Byrd, Horace Parlan, and others. After also making some excellent recordings for Cadet and Argo Records in the early 60s, Lou's return to Blue Note in 1967 was marked by one of his most famous recordings, Alligator Bogaloo. Lou was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Letters by North Carolina A & T University and a scholarship was established in his name that is awarded to the most gifted jazz musician at North Carolina A & T University each year. He was inducted into the International Jazz Hall of Fame and is the recipient of countless other honors and awards for his outstanding contributions to jazz, America's "classical music." There is a $30-$40 cover plus a $10 food/drink minimum.

NYC: AMANDA MCBROOM WITH MICHELE BROURMAN

Amanda McBroom will the spring season at THE CAFE CARLYLE (35 East 76th Street, NYC - 212-570-7189) joined by her musical director Michele Brourman, Tuesdays through Saturdays, January 29th through February 9th at 8:45 pm. She has been called "...the greatest cabaret performer of her generation, an urban poet who writes like an angel and has a voice to match." Her name first came to the attention of the music public when Bette Midler's version of Amanda's song THE ROSE hit number one all over the world in 1979. But it was Amanda's performance of her own song on the Golden Globes (she won), Grammys (she didn't) and The Tonight Show that launched her career as a singer as well as songwriter. Her songs have have been recorded by the likes of Bette Midler, Leanne Rimes, Barry Manilow, Judy Collins, Barbara Cook, Anne Murray, Harry Belafonte, Betty Buckley, Stephanie Mills, The Manhattan Transfer, Donny Osmond, the Chipmunks, and the Baby Dinosaurs in LAND BEFORE TIME (she wrote all the songs for 11 Universal Cartoon videos with longtime collaborator Michele Brourman). There is a $45-$65 cover Tuesdays through Thursdays, $45-$75 on Fridays & Saturdays.


NYC: TOVAH FELDSHUH AT 54 BELOW

Acclaimed actress and entertainer Tovah Feldshuh will make her 54 Below debut on Thursday, February 7th at 7:00 pm and Friday & Saturday, February 8th & 9th at 8:30 pm at 54 BELOW (254 West 54th Street, NYC - 646-476-3551 - ). In this zany musical evening, custom fashioned for 54 Below, Ms. Feldshuh revisits the 1970s when she first came to Studio 54 and to Broadway. She also inhabits a gallery of hilarious characters, ages 8 to 80, comic and dramatic - who sing! The songlist includes Broadway classics from Bernstein, Styne, and Gershwin to contemporary artists Dar Williams and Craig Carnelia. For these three special performances, Tovah will be joined by Broadway's Jesse Kissel on piano. For her work on the New York stage, which includes, among many others, Golda's Balcony, Irena's Vow, Yentl, Lend Me a Tenor, and Sarava! (which she will revisit in this show), Tovah is the recipient of four Tony nominations, and has won four Drama Desk, four Outer Critics Circle, the Obie, the Theatre World, and the Lucille Lortel Awards. There is a $35-$55 cover plus a $25 food/drink minimum.


BOS: AN EVENING WITH BRANFORD MARSALIS

Bradford Marsalis will introduce his new CD "FOUR MFs PLAYIN' TUNES" at SCULLERS JAZZ CLUB (400 Soldiers Field Road, Allston, MA - 617-562-4111 - ) on Friday through Sunday, February 8th through 10th with shows at 8:00 & 10:00 pm. The Branford Marsalis Quartet, in addition to Branford, is ,ade up of Joey Calderazzo on piano, Eric Revis on bass, and Justin Faulkner on drums. NEA Jazz Master, renowned Grammy Award-winning saxophonist and Tony Award nominee Branford Marsalis is one of the most revered instrumentalists of his time. Leader of one of the finest jazz quartets today, and a frequent soloist with classical ensembles, Marsalis and his Quartet of musical friends recently released Four MFs Playin' Tunes. On this new album, the song takes center stage, with the band members bringing their considerable musical expertise to bear, as they focus on each tune as an important musical entity unto itself and not merely a vehicle for showcasing individual talent. Show only cover $40 - dinner/show package $80.

DC: JOSHUA REDMAN TRIO FEATURING RUBEN ROGERS & GREG HUTCHINSON

The Joshua Redman Trio will star at BLUES ALLEY (1073 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Washington, DC - 202-337-4141) on Thursday through Sunday, February 7th through 10th with shows at 8:00 & 10:00 pm. Joshua Redman is one of the most acclaimed and charismatic jazz artists to have emerged in the decade of the 1990s. Born in Berkeley, California, he is the son of legendary saxophonist Dewey Redman and dancer Renee Shedroff. He was exposed at an early age to a variety of musics (jazz, classical, rock, soul, Indian, Indonesian, Middle-Eastern, African) and instruments (recorder, piano, guitar, gatham, gamelan), and began playing clarinet at age nine before switching to what became his primary instrument, the tenor saxophone, one year later. Redman has been nominated for 2 Grammys and has garnered top honors in critics and readers polls of DownBeat, Jazz Times, The Village Voice and Rolling Stone. He wrote and performed the music for Louis Malle's final film Vanya on 42nd Street, and is both seen and heard in the Robert Altman film Kansas City. Call for cover/minimum information.

FL: MARILYN MAYE AT THE COLONY

Following her New Year's Eve run at THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (NYC), Marilyn Maye is returning to THE ROYAL ROOM at THE COLONY HOTEL (155 Hammond Avenue, Palm Beach, FL - 561-659-8100) for her sixth engagement since 2008. She will be performing Tuesday through Saturday, February 5th through 9th at 8:00 pm. Maye is the holder of the singer's record (76 appearances) on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. Her career is a litany of honors, awards, and landmark achievements. Her hit songs include "Step to the Rear," "The Lamp is Low," "Sherry" and "If My Friends Could See Me Now." Known as a "Singer's Singer," she has performed at New York's Copa Cobana, The Living Room, Michael's Pub, The Rainbow Grill, St. Regis, Feinstein's and the legendary Birdland. Tuesday through Thursday: $120 dinner/show ($60 show only) and Friday & Saturday: $130 dinner/show ($70 show only).


CHI: JOAN CURTO SINGS COLE PORTER: FROM MAJOR TO MINOR

Chicago cabaret favorite Joan Curto brings her new show "Joan Curto Sings Cole Porter: From Major to Minor" to DAVENPORT'S (1383 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL - 773-278-1830) on Wednesday through Sunday, February 6th through 10th at 8:00 pm (Sunday at 7:00 pm). Called a "cabaret icon" by NBC News-Chicago. Joan Curto has performed in most theatres and clubs in Chicago and tours nationally. She will be debuting her new show, celebrating the wit and sophistication of Cole Porter, arguably the supreme master of sophisticated song. Joan will be touring this show in late 2013. Joining her will be musical director, Beckie Menzie and Jim Cox on bass. There is a $20 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.

SF: "COWBOYS & ANGELS: TOM ORR SINGS THE GEORGE MICHAEL SONGBOOK"

San Francisco cabaret sensation Tom Orr will present his show "The George Michael Songbook" to LIVE AT THE RRAZZ (1000 Van Ness Avenue, SF - 800-380-3095) on Friday, February 8th at 10:00 pm. He is joined by the Tom Shaw Quartet. The show pays a tribute to one of contemporary pop music's best and most underrated songwriters, former Wham! frontman and international superstar George Michael. Come experience one of SF's favorite local song interpreters with his boisterous baritone showing surprising range, resonance and lush vocals with thoughtful lyric expression and Orr's own unique satirical stand-up comedy. Call for cover/minimum information.


SF: CUBA GOODING AND THE MAIN INGREDIENT

The harmonic convergence known as The Main Ingredient will perform at LIVE AT THE RRAZZ (1000 Van Ness Avenue, SF - 800-380-3095) Thursday through Saturday, February 7th through 9th with shows at Thursday & Friday at 8:00 pm and Saturday at 7:00 & 9:30 pm. This is the group that pumped out such still-played '70s hits as "Everybody Plays The Fool," "Spinning Around (I Must Be Falling In Love)," "I'm So Proud," "You've Been My Inspiration," "Just Don't Want To Be Lonely," and "Happiness Is Just Around The Bend". The Main Ingredient still tours and belts out the classic sounds for audiences that crave true harmony, beautiful melodies, and lyrics they can relate to. There is a $35 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.

LON: STACY SULLIVAN TAKING PEGGY LEE TRIBUTE TO LONDON

Stacy Sullivan will bring her show "It's a Good Day/ A Tribute to Miss Peggy Lee" to THE CRAZY COQS AT BRASSERIE ZEDEL (20 Sherwood St, Piccadilly, London W1F 7ED - 020 7734 4888) for 7 performances on Tuesday through Saturday, February 5th through 9th (call for showtimes). She will be joined by Jon Weber on piano and Steve Doyle on bass. The show is an interpretive exploration of the extraordinary music and personal struggles of a singer, composer, and actress whose remarkable career spanned over six decades, influencing jazz and popular-music culture worldwide. Fresh with courageous takes on Peggy Lee's famous canon, including "Fever," "Johnny Guitar," "I Love Being Here With You," and the title song, "It's a Good Day." Sullivan joins forces with Weber and Doyle, to evoke Lee, but deftly apply their own stamp to each and every song. Call for cover/minimum information.

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NYC: ERIC MICHAEL GILLETT IN CARELESS RHAPSODY

"Careless Rhapsody: An Evening Dedicated to the Lyrics of Lorenz Hart" will be presented at 54 BELOW (254 West 54th Street, NYC - 646-476-3551) on Monday, February 4th at 7:00 pm; Thursday, February 7th at 9:30 pm; and Tuesday & Wednesday, February 26th & 27th at 7:00 pm. Arthur Masella serves as director; Don Rebic, musical director and on Dick Scarpola, bass. In "Careless Rhapsody," award-winning vocalist, director and Broadway actor (The Frogs, Sweet Smell of Success, and Kiss Me, Kate) Eric Michael Gillett uses the wit and wisdom of Lorenz Hart to remind us all that, though love can be be experienced with abandon, to be careless with the heart can also have a price. George Balanchine called Lorenz Hart the "Shelley of America" and, it's true, his lyric writing ranks with the greatest romantic poetry of all time. Though he, himself, was unlucky in love, his writing casts a spell that will always survive the test of time, inspiring generations of lovers to come to follow their hearts. Eric Michael Gillett is a MAC and Bistro Award winning vocalist whose own cabaret shows have included "Cast of Thousands: The Songs of Craig Carnelia" (for which Eric was named MAC's Major Male Vocalist of 2012); "It Takes Two: The Duets of Stephen Sondheim" (with Melanie Vaughan); "Best of My Love," and his critically-lauded collection of radio songs of the past forty years, "Hook, Line, and Singer." There is a $30-$40 cover plus a $25 food/drink minimum.
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NYC: BEN RIMALOWER: PATTI ISSUES

Patti Issues will be performed by Ben Rimalower at THE DUPLEX CABARET THEATRE (61 Christopher Street, NYC - 212-255-5438) on Thursdays, February 7th, 14th, 21st & 28th at 7:00 pm. Patti Issues mark's Rimalower's debut as a playwright and performer, after serving as the director of numerous Off-Broadway plays, concerts and all-star benefits (and blogging for the Huffington Post). With a mix of comic irreverence, stark candor and show-biz bravado, Patti Issues poignantly explores the challenges facing LGBT parents and children while shining unique light on gay men's time-old obsessions with divas. When Ben Rimalower was eight years old, his father came out of the closet and embarked on a drug-fueled tear that left his family in tatters. Amid the chaos of his young life, Ben found comfort - like so many gay boys before him and after - in musical theater, and specifically in the transportive voice of Broadway star Patti LuPone. There is a $20 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.


NYC: PIA ZADORA: BACK AGAIN AND STANDING TALL

Pia Zadora, Golden Globe winner, Grammy nominee, ShowWest winner, accomplished singer, film and Broadway star will perform at THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (34 West 22nd Street, NYC - 212-206-0440) on Thursday through Sunday, February 7th through 10th. Showtimes are 7:00 pm on Thursday; 7L00 & 9:30 on Friday; 9:30 pm on Saturday; and 4:30 pm on Sunday. With her many and varied talents, Pia's true love has always been singing, and in 1985, she launched a successful music career with her first standards album, "Pia & Phil", recorded with the London Philharmonic. Pia then embarked on a worldwide tour performing at Carnegie Hall, The Philadelphia Academy of Music, The Kennedy Center, Radio City Music Hall and The London Palladium, as well as with symphonies throughout the United States and Canada. This show was created by three-time Emmy winning director and choreographer Walter Painter, Emmy-nominated Academy Award writer Jon Macks, and six-time Emmy Award and Peabody winning composer Larry Grossman. Pia's new show features the greatest songs ever performed, laughs and pure non-stop entertainment. Accompanied by legendary Sinatra pianist and musical conductor Vinnie Falcone and his orchestra, Pia performs classics such as "The Lady Is a Tramp", "Come Rain or Shine", "All of Me", "Young at Heart" and "The Man That Got Away". There is a $35 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.

NYC: MUSIC FROM THE LAMBS: A CONCERT TO BENEFIT THE EPISCOPAL ACTORS' GUILD

The Episcopal Actors' Guild of America, Inc. and The Lambs Club present Music from the Lambs on Thursday, February 7th at 7:00 pm at GUILD HALL (1 East 29th Street, NYC - 212-685-2927). The Lambs Club, America's oldest professional theater club, brings their tradition of song and merriment to Guild Hall for a concert benefitting the Emergency Aid & Relief Program of The Episcopal Actors' Guild. Founded in Delmonico's Restaurant in 1874, The Lambs Club remains active, meeting every Friday night for their popular "Low Jinks" concert series, held in their historic space at 3 West 51st Street, NYC. For this event, Lambs Club cabaret veterans will perform their favorite hits from the American songbook, with all proceeds going to help local actors in need. This concert also offers the unique opportunity to hear this wonderful music inside EAG's intimate, historic theatre space atop the landmark Little Church on 29th Street. Scheduled to perform are Marc Baron, Gini Dustin, Linda Fields, Rita Hammer, James Martinelli, Elizabeth Schwartz, and Frank Torren. Paul Chamlin will sing and serve as the accompanist. The night's MC is Scott Glascock. This event will be followed by a wine and cheese reception. There is a suggested donation of $15 ($10 for members).

NYC: LOU DONALDSON ORGAN QUARTET AT BIRDLAND

The Lou Donaldson Organ Quartet performs at BIRDLAND (315 West 44th Street, NYC - 212-581-3080 - ) Tuesday through Saturday, February 5th through 9th with shows at 8:30 & 11:00 pm. Jazz critics agree that "Sweet Poppa Lou" Donaldson is one of the greatest alto saxophonists of all time. He began his career as a bandleader with Blue Note Records in 1952 and, already at age 25, he had found his sound, though it would continue to sweeten over the years, earning him his famed nickname "Sweet Poppa Lou." He made a series of classic records for Blue Note in the 50s, and takes pride in having showcased many musicians who made their first records as sidemen for him: Horace Silver, Clifford Brown, Grant Green, Blue Mitchell, Donald Byrd, Horace Parlan, and others. After also making some excellent recordings for Cadet and Argo Records in the early 60s, Lou's return to Blue Note in 1967 was marked by one of his most famous recordings, Alligator Bogaloo. Lou was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Letters by North Carolina A & T University and a scholarship was established in his name that is awarded to the most gifted jazz musician at North Carolina A & T University each year. He was inducted into the International Jazz Hall of Fame and is the recipient of countless other honors and awards for his outstanding contributions to jazz, America's "classical music." There is a $30-$40 cover plus a $10 food/drink minimum.

NYC: AMANDA MCBROOM WITH MICHELE BROURMAN

Amanda McBroom will the spring season at THE CAFE CARLYLE (35 East 76th Street, NYC - 212-570-7189) joined by her musical director Michele Brourman, Tuesdays through Saturdays, January 29th through February 9th at 8:45 pm. She has been called "...the greatest cabaret performer of her generation, an urban poet who writes like an angel and has a voice to match." Her name first came to the attention of the music public when Bette Midler's version of Amanda's song THE ROSE hit number one all over the world in 1979. But it was Amanda's performance of her own song on the Golden Globes (she won), Grammys (she didn't) and The Tonight Show that launched her career as a singer as well as songwriter. Her songs have have been recorded by the likes of Bette Midler, Leanne Rimes, Barry Manilow, Judy Collins, Barbara Cook, Anne Murray, Harry Belafonte, Betty Buckley, Stephanie Mills, The Manhattan Transfer, Donny Osmond, the Chipmunks, and the Baby Dinosaurs in LAND BEFORE TIME (she wrote all the songs for 11 Universal Cartoon videos with longtime collaborator Michele Brourman). There is a $45-$65 cover Tuesdays through Thursdays, $45-$75 on Fridays & Saturdays.


NYC: TOVAH FELDSHUH AT 54 BELOW

Acclaimed actress and entertainer Tovah Feldshuh will make her 54 Below debut on Thursday, February 7th at 7:00 pm and Friday & Saturday, February 8th & 9th at 8:30 pm at 54 BELOW (254 West 54th Street, NYC - 646-476-3551 - ). In this zany musical evening, custom fashioned for 54 Below, Ms. Feldshuh revisits the 1970s when she first came to Studio 54 and to Broadway. She also inhabits a gallery of hilarious characters, ages 8 to 80, comic and dramatic - who sing! The songlist includes Broadway classics from Bernstein, Styne, and Gershwin to contemporary artists Dar Williams and Craig Carnelia. For these three special performances, Tovah will be joined by Broadway's Jesse Kissel on piano. For her work on the New York stage, which includes, among many others, Golda's Balcony, Irena's Vow, Yentl, Lend Me a Tenor, and Sarava! (which she will revisit in this show), Tovah is the recipient of four Tony nominations, and has won four Drama Desk, four Outer Critics Circle, the Obie, the Theatre World, and the Lucille Lortel Awards. There is a $35-$55 cover plus a $25 food/drink minimum.


BOS: THE JOHN JORGENSON QUINTET AT SCULLERS

The John Jorgenson Quintet performs at SCULLERS JAZZ CLUB (400 Soldiers Field Road, Allston, MA - 617-562-4111 - ) on Thursday, February 7th with shows at 8:00 & 10:00 pm. The group features guitarist John Jorgenson, a founding member of the Desert Rose Band, the Hellecasters, and six-year member of Elton John's band. Artists ranging from Barbra Streisand to Bonnie Raitt to Earl Scruggs have sought out Jorgenson's guitar work. John Jorgenson was chosen to portray Django Reinhardt in the feature film Head in the Clouds. Show only: $25 Dinner/Show $65.

DC: JOSHUA REDMAN TRIO FEATURING RUBEN ROGERS & GREG HUTCHINSON

The Joshua Redman Trio will star at BLUES ALLEY (1073 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Washington, DC - 202-337-4141) on Thursday through Sunday, February 7th through 10th with shows at 8:00 & 10:00 pm. Joshua Redman is one of the most acclaimed and charismatic jazz artists to have emerged in the decade of the 1990s. Born in Berkeley, California, he is the son of legendary saxophonist Dewey Redman and dancer Renee Shedroff. He was exposed at an early age to a variety of musics (jazz, classical, rock, soul, Indian, Indonesian, Middle-Eastern, African) and instruments (recorder, piano, guitar, gatham, gamelan), and began playing clarinet at age nine before switching to what became his primary instrument, the tenor saxophone, one year later. Redman has been nominated for 2 Grammys and has garnered top honors in critics and readers polls of DownBeat, Jazz Times, The Village Voice and Rolling Stone. He wrote and performed the music for Louis Malle's final film Vanya on 42nd Street, and is both seen and heard in the Robert Altman film Kansas City. Call for cover/minimum information.

FL: MARILYN MAYE AT THE COLONY

Following her New Year's Eve run at THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (NYC), Marilyn Maye is returning to THE ROYAL ROOM at THE COLONY HOTEL (155 Hammond Avenue, Palm Beach, FL - 561-659-8100) for her sixth engagement since 2008. She will be performing Tuesday through Saturday, February 5th through 9th at 8:00 pm. Maye is the holder of the singer's record (76 appearances) on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. Her career is a litany of honors, awards, and landmark achievements. Her hit songs include "Step to the Rear," "The Lamp is Low," "Sherry" and "If My Friends Could See Me Now." Known as a "Singer's Singer," she has performed at New York's Copa Cobana, The Living Room, Michael's Pub, The Rainbow Grill, St. Regis, Feinstein's and the legendary Birdland. Tuesday through Thursday: $120 dinner/show ($60 show only) and Friday & Saturday: $130 dinner/show ($70 show only).


CHI: JOAN CURTO SINGS COLE PORTER: FROM MAJOR TO MINOR

Chicago cabaret favorite Joan Curto brings her new show "Joan Curto Sings Cole Porter: From Major to Minor" to DAVENPORT'S (1383 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL - 773-278-1830) on Wednesday through Sunday, February 6th through 10th at 8:00 pm (Sunday at 7:00 pm). Called a "cabaret icon" by NBC News-Chicago. Joan Curto has performed in most theatres and clubs in Chicago and tours nationally. She will be debuting her new show, celebrating the wit and sophistication of Cole Porter, arguably the supreme master of sophisticated song. Joan will be touring this show in late 2013. Joining her will be musical director, Beckie Menzie and Jim Cox on bass. There is a $20 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.

SF: CUBA GOODING AND THE MAIN INGREDIENT

The harmonic convergence known as The Main Ingredient will perform at LIVE AT THE RRAZZ (1000 Van Ness Avenue, SF - 800-380-3095) Thursday through Saturday, February 7th through 9th with shows at Thursday & Friday at 8:00 pm and Saturday at 7:00 & 9:30 pm. This is the group that pumped out such still-played '70s hits as "Everybody Plays The Fool," "Spinning Around (I Must Be Falling In Love)," "I'm So Proud," "You've Been My Inspiration," "Just Don't Want To Be Lonely," and "Happiness Is Just Around The Bend". The Main Ingredient still tours and belts out the classic sounds for audiences that crave true harmony, beautiful melodies, and lyrics they can relate to. There is a $35 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.

LON: STACY SULLIVAN TAKING PEGGY LEE TRIBUTE TO LONDON

Stacy Sullivan will bring her show "It's a Good Day/ A Tribute to Miss Peggy Lee" to THE CRAZY COQS AT BRASSERIE ZEDEL (20 Sherwood St, Piccadilly, London W1F 7ED - 020 7734 4888) for 7 performances on Tuesday through Saturday, February 5th through 9th (call for showtimes). She will be joined by Jon Weber on piano and Steve Doyle on bass. The show is an interpretive exploration of the extraordinary music and personal struggles of a singer, composer, and actress whose remarkable career spanned over six decades, influencing jazz and popular-music culture worldwide. Fresh with courageous takes on Peggy Lee's famous canon, including "Fever," "Johnny Guitar," "I Love Being Here With You," and the title song, "It's a Good Day." Sullivan joins forces with Weber and Doyle, to evoke Lee, but deftly apply their own stamp to each and every song. Call for cover/minimum information.

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NYC: CHRIS BARRETT IN CONCERT NOW ON RESTAURANT ROW

Following a successful four-month run at San Martin on the East Side, Chris Barrett brings his music to LA RIVISTA RISTORANTE (313 West 46th Street, NYC - 212-366-4603) for an open ended run on Mondays through Wednesdays starting Monday, January 21st. There are two shows nightly, a dinner show at 8:00 and a supper show at 10:00 pm. Chris Barrett's performances are in the tradition of the great late-night boites of a fondly remembered era, when the likes of Hugh Shannon, Bobby Short, and Buddy Barnes manned the keyboard. There is no cover charge.
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NYC: CAROLE J. BUFFORD REVEALS "BODY & SOUL"

THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (34 West 22nd Street, NYC - 212-206-0440) presents "Carole J. Bufford: Body and Soul," on Wednesdays, February 6th & 13th at 9:30 pm and February 20th at 9:30 pm, and February 27th at 7:00 pm. In this show Carole sings songs fueled by burning passion, overpowering lust, bitter hatred, and fiery desire! These aren't sweet songs about falling in love, first dates, or will he kiss me? Culled from Broadway, rock 'n' roll, pop and country sources, these are the musical equivalents of emotional earthquakes. The show is produced by Scott Siegel, with musical direction by Ian Herman (on piano). Carole has appeared in numerous "Broadway by the Year" concerts, and, at Feinstein's at Loew's Regency, in the hit, long-running "11 O'Clock Numbers at 11 O'Clock," all produced by Siegel. There is a $20 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.


NYC: MIDTOWN JAZZ AT MIDDAY: HILARY KOLE

MIDTOWN JAZZ AT MIDDAY continues at ST. PETER'S CHURCH - SANCTUARY (619 Lexington Avenue, NYC - 212-935-2200) every Wednesday. This long-running series was created by Edmund Anderson and is now produced by Ronny Whyte. The show on Wednesday, February 6th features Hilary Kole - Singer / Pianist with John Hart - Guitar, Paul Gill - Bass, Aaron Kimmel - Drums. Performances are at 1:00 pm, $10 donation.

NYC: THE LOUIS ARMSTRONG CENTENNIAL BAND AT BIRDLAND

The Louis Armstrong Centennial Band performs every Wednesday at BIRDLAND (315 West 44th Street, NYC - 212-581-3080 - ) at 5:30 pm. Inspired by the noble jazz pioneers Louis Armstrong, Bix Beiderbecke, Duke Ellington, Jelly Roll Morton and their colleagues, David Ostwald's Gully Low Jazz Band (also known as the Louis Armstrong Centennial Band) breathes life and passion into America's own great art form. Now in its 11th year of residency at Birdland, the weekly post-workday engagement is the city's best musical bargain! Tuba player David Ostwald leads a rotating lineup that features talents such as clarinetist Anat Cohen, trombonist/vocalist Wycliffe Gordon, pianist Ehud Asherie, drummer Marion Felder and more. There is a $20 cover plus a $10 food/drink minimum.


NYC: LOU DONALDSON ORGAN QUARTET AT BIRDLAND

The Lou Donaldson Organ Quartet performs at BIRDLAND (315 West 44th Street, NYC - 212-581-3080 - ) Tuesday through Saturday, February 5th through 9th with shows at 8:30 & 11:00 pm. Jazz critics agree that "Sweet Poppa Lou" Donaldson is one of the greatest alto saxophonists of all time. He began his career as a bandleader with Blue Note Records in 1952 and, already at age 25, he had found his sound, though it would continue to sweeten over the years, earning him his famed nickname "Sweet Poppa Lou." He made a series of classic records for Blue Note in the 50s, and takes pride in having showcased many musicians who made their first records as sidemen for him: Horace Silver, Clifford Brown, Grant Green, Blue Mitchell, Donald Byrd, Horace Parlan, and others. After also making some excellent recordings for Cadet and Argo Records in the early 60s, Lou's return to Blue Note in 1967 was marked by one of his most famous recordings, Alligator Bogaloo. Lou was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Letters by North Carolina A & T University and a scholarship was established in his name that is awarded to the most gifted jazz musician at North Carolina A & T University each year. He was inducted into the International Jazz Hall of Fame and is the recipient of countless other honors and awards for his outstanding contributions to jazz, America's "classical music." There is a $30-$40 cover plus a $10 food/drink minimum.

NYC: SPIDERMAN STAR ROBERT CUCCIOLI BRINGS A STANDARD LOVE

Broadway Star, Robert Cuccioli will make his debut at 54 BELOW (254 West 54th Street, NYC - 646-476-3551) on Wednesday, February 6th, at 9:30 pm with his show, A Standard Love, featuring Barry Levitt as Musical Director with Jon Burr on bass and Alvester Garnett on drums. The show reflects the Tony-nominated (Jekyll & Hyde) actor's love of music from ballad to swing. Cuccioli will take audiences on a musical journey of loving and losing and loving again, through musical standards from the 30s and 40s lending his rich voice to some of the most endearing American standards ever written. Songs selections include: The Look of Love, I've Got You Under My Skin, How Do You Keep the Music Playing and Zing Went the Strings of my Heart, Witchcraft, For All We Know, A Fine Romance, I Wanna Be Around, among many others. Of course, the evening will include Robert's signature song from "Jekyll & Hyde", This Is the Moment. Robert has performed in 100 productions over 30 years and currently appears in the dual role of "Dr. Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin" in the rock musical Broadway production of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, based on the Marvel Comics' character. There is a $30-$40 cover plus a $25 food/drink minimum.

NYC: T. OLIVER REID WITH A SATURDAY NIGHT IN HARLEM IN THE 30s

T. Oliver Reid, a veteran of numerous Tony Award winning Broadway musicals, 2012 MAC award recipient for Best Debut-male and the 2011 Julie Wilson award, will will perform at 54 BELOW (254 West 54th Street, NYC - 646-476-3551 - ) on Wednesday, February 6th at 7:00 pm. The show depicts an evening of club-hopping to the music of Harold Arlen, Duke Ellington and Andy Razaf ... through the elegant nightclubs and working class speakeasies that made uptown gay and delightful, however dull and depressing downtown Manhattan could be. In 1934, on a Saturday night in New York City, if you were boozin' and jazzin', you were doing it in Harlem. There is a $20-$30 cover plus a $25 food/drink minimum.


NYC: AMANDA MCBROOM WITH MICHELE BROURMAN

Amanda McBroom will the spring season at THE CAFE CARLYLE (35 East 76th Street, NYC - 212-570-7189) joined by her musical director Michele Brourman, Tuesdays through Saturdays, January 29th through February 9th at 8:45 pm. She has been called "...the greatest cabaret performer of her generation, an urban poet who writes like an angel and has a voice to match." Her name first came to the attention of the music public when Bette Midler's version of Amanda's song THE ROSE hit number one all over the world in 1979. But it was Amanda's performance of her own song on the Golden Globes (she won), Grammys (she didn't) and The Tonight Show that launched her career as a singer as well as songwriter. Her songs have have been recorded by the likes of Bette Midler, Leanne Rimes, Barry Manilow, Judy Collins, Barbara Cook, Anne Murray, Harry Belafonte, Betty Buckley, Stephanie Mills, The Manhattan Transfer, Donny Osmond, the Chipmunks, and the Baby Dinosaurs in LAND BEFORE TIME (she wrote all the songs for 11 Universal Cartoon videos with longtime collaborator Michele Brourman). There is a $45-$65 cover Tuesdays through Thursdays, $45-$75 on Fridays & Saturdays.


BOS: NEHA JIWRAJKA & RICHARD SAUNDERS AT SCULLERS

Neha and Rich do and re-do the 1920s at SCULLERS JAZZ CLUB (400 Soldiers Field Road, Allston, MA - 617-562-4111 - ) on Wedbesday, February 6th with shows at 8:00 & 10:00 pm with their show "Tea For Two". Jazz vocalists Neha Jiwrajka and Richard Saunders team up for one night only to bring you an exciting show of nostalgic jazz paired with unique, fun, contemporary arrangements of 1920's standards. Show only cover: $20 Dinner/show package $60

DC: LAHLA HADIYA AT BLUES ALLEY

Lahla Hadiya, a native of Washington DC, will perform at BLUES ALLEY (1073 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Washington, DC - 202-337-4141) on Wednesday, February 6th with shows at 8:00 & 10:00 pm. Lahla has taken the city by storm with her philosophical blend of both style and technique. She captivates her audience with her bold yet sensual lyrical abilities. A poet by heart, Lahla- Hadiya doesn't just offer a melodic sound of vocal creativity, her lyrics will stimulate your mind. As she relates to love, life and motherhood, Lahla is able to make you laugh, dance and cry, all in one show. Call for cover/minimum information.


FL: MARILYN MAYE AT THE COLONY

Following her New Year's Eve run at THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (NYC), Marilyn Maye is returning to THE ROYAL ROOM at THE COLONY HOTEL (155 Hammond Avenue, Palm Beach, FL - 561-659-8100) for her sixth engagement since 2008. She will be performing Tuesday through Saturday, February 5th through 9th at 8:00 pm. Maye is the holder of the singer's record (76 appearances) on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. Her career is a litany of honors, awards, and landmark achievements. Her hit songs include "Step to the Rear," "The Lamp is Low," "Sherry" and "If My Friends Could See Me Now." Known as a "Singer's Singer," she has performed at New York's Copa Cobana, The Living Room, Michael's Pub, The Rainbow Grill, St. Regis, Feinstein's and the legendary Birdland. Tuesday through Thursday: $120 dinner/show ($60 show only) and Friday & Saturday: $130 dinner/show ($70 show only).


CHI: JOAN CURTO SINGS COLE PORTER: FROM MAJOR TO MINOR

Chicago cabaret favorite Joan Curto brings her new show "Joan Curto Sings Cole Porter: From Major to Minor" to DAVENPORT'S (1383 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL - 773-278-1830) on Wednesday through Sunday, February 6th through 10th at 8:00 pm (Sunday at 7:00 pm). Called a "cabaret icon" by NBC News-Chicago. Joan Curto has performed in most theatres and clubs in Chicago and tours nationally. She will be debuting her new show, celebrating the wit and sophistication of Cole Porter, arguably the supreme master of sophisticated song. Joan will be touring this show in late 2013. Joining her will be musical director, Beckie Menzie and Jim Cox on bass. There is a $20 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.

LON: STACY SULLIVAN TAKING PEGGY LEE TRIBUTE TO LONDON

Stacy Sullivan will bring her show "It's a Good Day/ A Tribute to Miss Peggy Lee" to THE CRAZY COQS AT BRASSERIE ZEDEL (20 Sherwood St, Piccadilly, London W1F 7ED - 020 7734 4888) for 7 performances on Tuesday through Saturday, February 5th through 9th (call for showtimes). She will be joined by Jon Weber on piano and Steve Doyle on bass. The show is an interpretive exploration of the extraordinary music and personal struggles of a singer, composer, and actress whose remarkable career spanned over six decades, influencing jazz and popular-music culture worldwide. Fresh with courageous takes on Peggy Lee's famous canon, including "Fever," "Johnny Guitar," "I Love Being Here With You," and the title song, "It's a Good Day." Sullivan joins forces with Weber and Doyle, to evoke Lee, but deftly apply their own stamp to each and every song. Call for cover/minimum information.

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NYC: CHRIS BARRETT IN CONCERT NOW ON RESTAURANT ROW

Following a successful four-month run at San Martin on the East Side, Chris Barrett brings his music to LA RIVISTA RISTORANTE (313 West 46th Street, NYC - 212-366-4603) for an open ended run on Mondays through Wednesdays starting Monday, January 21st. There are two shows nightly, a dinner show at 8:00 and a supper show at 10:00 pm. Chris Barrett's performances are in the tradition of the great late-night boites of a fondly remembered era, when the likes of Hugh Shannon, Bobby Short, and Buddy Barnes manned the keyboard. There is no cover charge.
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NYC: JONATHAN WHITTON ENCORES THE FREE RESIDENCY AT MAMA'S

Jonathan Whitton (Bistro & MAC Award Winner, HEDWIG & THE ANGRY INCH) returns to the solo concert stage with an intimate concert series, THE FREE RESIDENCY at DON'T TELL MAMA (343 West 46th Street, NYC - 212-757-0788) on Tuesdays, February 5th & 19th at 7:00 pm. Experimental musician and NYU Musical Theatre Writing Program Graduate Aaron Jones serves as Musical Director. Celebrated for headlining both the Highline Ballroom & BB King Blues Club as Hedwig in HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH, Jonathan Whitton follows up his award-winning 2007 NYC solo-concert debut in collaboration with indie- musician Aaron Jones. THE FREE RESIDENCY is a candid concert experiment that surveys the journey home by way of dreamscape, reality, and memory. Musical selections for THE FREE RESIDENCY include re-imagined takes on songs from an eclectic group of songwriters: Aimee Mann, Kate McGarrigle, Kylie Minogue, The Mountain Goats, The Shins, Nina Simone, & John Vanderslice, amongst others. Whitton has been seen in NYC productions of EVEN FOR ONE NIGHT (Dixon Place), THE DISNEY DIARIES (dir. Michele Pawk, Laurie Beechman), & THE YELLOW WOOD (dir. Brian Yorkey, New World Stages). Regionally, he has starred in productions of THE LAST FIVE YEARS, CABARET, and THE SANTALAND DIARIES. He has also been seen onstage in such NYC venues as Joe's Pub, 54 Below, Ars Nova, Highline Ballroom, The Laurie Beechman Theatre, and Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall. There is a $13 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.


NYC: JAZZ LEGEND ANNIE ROSS TUESDAYS THE METROPOLITAN ROOM

Jazz legend Annie Ross continues her unprecedented, record-breaking, multi-year run at THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (34 West 22nd Street, NYC - 212-206-0440), Tuesday nights February 5th. 12th, 19th & 26th at 9:30 pm. Ms. Ross has been an abundant contributor to the art of jazz for over 50 years. Born in the UK, she has been a permanent resident of the USA for many years and a US citizen since 2001. Annie Ross is one of the pioneers of vocalese and the composer of "Twisted", one of the most well known examples of that art, as well as "Farmers Market", "Jackie" and many others. A founding member of Lambert, Hendricks and Ross, considered the greatest jazz vocal ensemble of all time, her influence is present in all subsequent practitioners of vocalese. "Twisted" has been recorded by a host of vocalists, including some not normally associated with jazz, including Joni Mitchell and Bette Midler. There is a $25 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.


NYC: JOAN RIVERS: LIVE IN TIMES SQUARE!

Comedy legend Joan Rivers returns with her her live stand-up act to THE WEST BANK CAFE/LAURIE BEECHMAN THEATRE (407 West 42nd Street, NYC - 212-695-6909) on Tuesday, February 5th at 8:00 pm. Rivers presents an evening of her newest and most outrageous riffs on Hollywood, pop culture, celebrities, reality TV and award show fashions. Rivers delivers a raunchy, politically incorrect evening of stand-up comedy. A full dinner menu and bar are available, and pianist Will Hall plays from the time doors open until Joan takes the stage. Net proceeds going to Joan Rivers' favorite charities: God's Love We Deliver and Guide Dogs for the Blind. A full dinner menu and bar are available. Tickets are $45 and should be purchased at www.spincyclenyc.com or 212-352-3101. There is a $15 per person food/drink minimum.


NYC: DINE & DANCE WITH VINCE GIORDANO AND THE NIGHTHAWKS

Vince Giordano & the Nighthawks play every Monday & Tuesday night from 8:00 to 11:00 pm at at SOFIA'S RESTAURANT at the EDISON HOTEL (221 West 46th Street, NYC - 212-719-5799). Vince Giordano & the Nighthawks is an eleven-piece band playing music of the 1920s & 30s for your dining and dancing pleasure. In 1976 Vince Giordano & the Nighthawks (originally known as the New Orleans Nighthawks) was formed. A big-band historian and collector, Giordano has more than 60,000 scores in his collection. There is a $15 cover plus a $15 food drink minimum.

NYC: LOU DONALDSON ORGAN QUARTET AT BIRDLAND

The Lou Donaldson Organ Quartet performs at BIRDLAND (315 West 44th Street, NYC - 212-581-3080 - ) Tuesday through Saturday, February 5th through 9th with shows at 8:30 & 11:00 pm. Jazz critics agree that "Sweet Poppa Lou" Donaldson is one of the greatest alto saxophonists of all time. He began his career as a bandleader with Blue Note Records in 1952 and, already at age 25, he had found his sound, though it would continue to sweeten over the years, earning him his famed nickname "Sweet Poppa Lou." He made a series of classic records for Blue Note in the 50s, and takes pride in having showcased many musicians who made their first records as sidemen for him: Horace Silver, Clifford Brown, Grant Green, Blue Mitchell, Donald Byrd, Horace Parlan, and others. After also making some excellent recordings for Cadet and Argo Records in the early 60s, Lou's return to Blue Note in 1967 was marked by one of his most famous recordings, Alligator Bogaloo. Lou was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Letters by North Carolina A & T University and a scholarship was established in his name that is awarded to the most gifted jazz musician at North Carolina A & T University each year. He was inducted into the International Jazz Hall of Fame and is the recipient of countless other honors and awards for his outstanding contributions to jazz, America's "classical music." There is a $30-$40 cover plus a $10 food/drink minimum.

NYC: AMANDA MCBROOM WITH MICHELE BROURMAN

Amanda McBroom will the spring season at THE CAFE CARLYLE (35 East 76th Street, NYC - 212-570-7189) joined by her musical director Michele Brourman, Tuesdays through Saturdays, January 29th through February 9th at 8:45 pm. She has been called "...the greatest cabaret performer of her generation, an urban poet who writes like an angel and has a voice to match." Her name first came to the attention of the music public when Bette Midler's version of Amanda's song THE ROSE hit number one all over the world in 1979. But it was Amanda's performance of her own song on the Golden Globes (she won), Grammys (she didn't) and The Tonight Show that launched her career as a singer as well as songwriter. Her songs have have been recorded by the likes of Bette Midler, Leanne Rimes, Barry Manilow, Judy Collins, Barbara Cook, Anne Murray, Harry Belafonte, Betty Buckley, Stephanie Mills, The Manhattan Transfer, Donny Osmond, the Chipmunks, and the Baby Dinosaurs in LAND BEFORE TIME (she wrote all the songs for 11 Universal Cartoon videos with longtime collaborator Michele Brourman). There is a $45-$65 cover Tuesdays through Thursdays, $45-$75 on Fridays & Saturdays.


NYC: TALES OF JONI - 54 SINGS MITCHELL

54 BELOW (254 West 54th Street, NYC - 646-476-3551) will pay homage to the brilliance of eight-time Grammy winner Joni Mitchell with "Tales of Joni - 54 sings Mitchell" on Tuesday, February 5th at 7:30 pm. Whether it's "Both Sides Now," "Chelsea Morning," "The Circle Game," "Big Yellow Taxi," or "A Case of You," the work of Mitchell, one of the world's most embraced, lauded, and prolific singer-songwriters, continues to inspire and delight generations of listeners. At 54 Below a cast of Broadway and cabaret luminaries will sing the praises of all things Mitchell, including: Lisa Asher (MAC, Bistro & Nightlife Award winner), Annie Golden (Broadway's Hair, Leader of the Pack, On the Town, The Full Monty, Xanadu), Heather MacRae (Broadway's Hair, Falsettos, A Catered Affair), Julie Reyburn (MAC, Bistro, Nightlife Award winner), Nicolas Rodriguez (Broadway's Tarzan, Helen Hayes Award winner), Gabrielle Stravelli (celebrated NYC jazz vocalist), and Michael Winther (Broadway's Damn Yankees, 1776, Mamma Mia!). Upon presenting her with a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2002, the Grammys called Joni's music "a powerful influence on all artists who embrace diversity, imagination, and integrity." There is a $25-$35 cover plus a $25 food/drink minimum.


NYC: 54 BELOW PRESENTS BACKSTAGE, HOSTED BY SUSIE MOSHER

54 BELOW (254 West 54th Street, NYC - 646-476-3551 - ) presents BACKSTAGE, Broadway's Tuesday night cocktail party/songfest, hosted by Susie Mosher at 10:30 pm. Musical Director Brad Simmons keeps the house jumping from the piano, while host Mosher guides the crowd through an evening of music, mayhem and full throttle belting. Special guests from hit Broadway shows drop in to perform. Members of the "Backstage repertory company", featuring some of New York's most exciting musical theatre talent, are on hand each week to sing everything from Schwartz to Sondheim. Special guest stars on February 5th are Russell Fischer (from Broadway's Jersey Boys), Alex Wyse (from Broadway's Lysistrada Jones & Bare), Eric Michael Krop (from Broadway's Godspell), Jamie Cepero ("Smash"), Marissa Rosen (My Big Gay Italian Wedding), Siren (The Sassy Inventive Girl Group). No cover charge, $20 food/drink minimum.

DC: BLUES ALLEY PRESENTS KIM JORDAN

Kim Jordan performs at BLUES ALLEY (1073 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Washington, DC - 202-337-4141) on Tuesday, February 5th with shows at 8:00 & 10:00 pm. Kim, an extraordinarily gifted producer, composer, arranger, keyboardist, vocalist, vocal coach, and engineer, received a degree in music from Howard University. Upon graduation, Kim toured around the world for twelve years with poet and jazz legend Gil Scott Heron, receiving international acclaim for her live performances from publications such as The London Guardian, The San Francisco Examiner, The Chicago Tribune, The Washington Post, The Dallas Morning News, and Billboard Magazine. Kim, who has over 25 years in the music industry, is on the cutting-edge of the emergence of a new genre of music: gospel jazz. Call for cover/minimum information.


FL: MARILYN MAYE AT THE COLONY

Following her New Year's Eve run at THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (NYC), Marilyn Maye is returning to THE ROYAL ROOM at THE COLONY HOTEL (155 Hammond Avenue, Palm Beach, FL - 561-659-8100) for her sixth engagement since 2008. She will be performing Tuesday through Saturday, February 5th through 9th at 8:00 pm. Maye is the holder of the singer's record (76 appearances) on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. Her career is a litany of honors, awards, and landmark achievements. Her hit songs include "Step to the Rear," "The Lamp is Low," "Sherry" and "If My Friends Could See Me Now." Known as a "Singer's Singer," she has performed at New York's Copa Cobana, The Living Room, Michael's Pub, The Rainbow Grill, St. Regis, Feinstein's and the legendary Birdland. Tuesday through Thursday: $120 dinner/show ($60 show only) and Friday & Saturday: $130 dinner/show ($70 show only).


LON: STACY SULLIVAN TAKING PEGGY LEE TRIBUTE TO LONDON

Stacy Sullivan will bring her show "It's a Good Day/ A Tribute to Miss Peggy Lee" to THE CRAZY COQS AT BRASSERIE ZEDEL (20 Sherwood St, Piccadilly, London W1F 7ED - 020 7734 4888) for 7 performances on Tuesday through Saturday, February 5th through 9th (call for showtimes). She will be joined by Jon Weber on piano and Steve Doyle on bass. The show is an interpretive exploration of the extraordinary music and personal struggles of a singer, composer, and actress whose remarkable career spanned over six decades, influencing jazz and popular-music culture worldwide. Fresh with courageous takes on Peggy Lee's famous canon, including "Fever," "Johnny Guitar," "I Love Being Here With You," and the title song, "It's a Good Day." Sullivan joins forces with Weber and Doyle, to evoke Lee, but deftly apply their own stamp to each and every song. Call for cover/minimum information.

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NYC: ERIC MICHAEL GILLETT IN CARELESS RHAPSODY

"Careless Rhapsody: An Evening Dedicated to the Lyrics of Lorenz Hart" will be presented at 54 BELOW (254 West 54th Street, NYC - 646-476-3551) on Monday, February 4th at 7:00 pm; Thursday, February 7th at 9:30 pm; and Tuesday & Wednesday, February 26th & 27th at 7:00 pm. Arthur Masella serves as director; Don Rebic, musical director and on Dick Scarpola, bass. In "Careless Rhapsody," award-winning vocalist, director and Broadway actor (The Frogs, Sweet Smell of Success, and Kiss Me, Kate) Eric Michael Gillett uses the wit and wisdom of Lorenz Hart to remind us all that, though love can be be experienced with abandon, to be careless with the heart can also have a price. George Balanchine called Lorenz Hart the "Shelley of America" and, it's true, his lyric writing ranks with the greatest romantic poetry of all time. Though he, himself, was unlucky in love, his writing casts a spell that will always survive the test of time, inspiring generations of lovers to come to follow their hearts. Eric Michael Gillett is a MAC and Bistro Award winning vocalist whose own cabaret shows have included "Cast of Thousands: The Songs of Craig Carnelia" (for which Eric was named MAC's Major Male Vocalist of 2012); "It Takes Two: The Duets of Stephen Sondheim" (with Melanie Vaughan); "Best of My Love," and his critically-lauded collection of radio songs of the past forty years, "Hook, Line, and Singer." There is a $30-$40 cover plus a $25 food/drink minimum.
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NYC: CHRIS BARRETT IN CONCERT NOW ON RESTAURANT ROW

Following a successful four-month run at San Martin on the East Side, Chris Barrett brings his music to LA RIVISTA RISTORANTE (313 West 46th Street, NYC - 212-366-4603) for an open ended run on Mondays through Wednesdays starting Monday, January 21st. There are two shows nightly, a dinner show at 8:00 and a supper show at 10:00 pm. Chris Barrett's performances are in the tradition of the great late-night boites of a fondly remembered era, when the likes of Hugh Shannon, Bobby Short, and Buddy Barnes manned the keyboard. There is no cover charge.
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NYC: CARLY OZARD BRINGS "SHIFT HAPPENS" TO THE BEECHMAN

Carly Ozard, one of San Francisco's premiere cabaret artists and recent resident of New York city brings her newest critically acclaimed show "Shift Happens" to the THE WEST BANK CAFE/LAURIE BEECHMAN THEATRE (407 West 42nd Street, NYC - 212-695-6909) on three consecutive Mondays, January 21st and 28th at 9:30 pm and February 4th at 7:00 pm. Musical director is Steven Ray Watkins, with direction by Barry Kleinbort. As a lifetime resident of San Francisco, having recently relocated to New York City, Ozard muses on her findings about the differences between her City by the Bay and the Big Apple. Performing songs by artists as diverse as John Lennon, William Finn, Bette Midler, Kander and Ebb, and Alan Menken, Carly's trademark humorous perspective sheds light on the journey people take; whether it be their career, their search for love, or simply the journey to find themselves and a place to fit in.


NYC: BRONWYN'S FROLICS FOLLIES GAIETIES VANITIES AND SCANDALS!

Bronwyn Rucker hosts "FROLICS FOLLIES GAIETIES VANITIES and SCANDALS" open-mic at IDO SUSHI (29 Seventh Avenue South, NY - 212-691-7177) every Monday night from 6:00 to 9:00 pm. Bronwyn is joined by Jerry Scott at the piano and a surprise guest. Calling all singers, songwriters, actors, poets, comics, magicians, comics, madmen and lovers! Everyone is invited to drop in, sing a song, meet new friends and have a fun time in the Village. No cover.


NYC: DINE & DANCE WITH VINCE GIORDANO AND THE NIGHTHAWKS

Vince Giordano & the Nighthawks play every Monday & Tuesday night from 8:00 to 11:00 pm at at SOFIA'S RESTAURANT at the EDISON HOTEL (221 West 46th Street, NYC - 212-719-5799). Vince Giordano & the Nighthawks is an eleven-piece band playing music of the 1920s & 30s for your dining and dancing pleasure. In 1976 Vince Giordano & the Nighthawks (originally known as the New Orleans Nighthawks) was formed. A big-band historian and collector, Giordano has more than 60,000 scores in his collection. There is a $15 cover plus a $15 food drink minimum.

NYC: GISELLE WOLF IN "JOURNEYS: A CELEBRATION"

Giselle Wolf Journeys: A Celebration has presents a Special Return Engagement at THE METROPOLITAN ROOM (34 West 22nd Street, NYC - 212-206-0440). The additional performances are: Thursday, January 17th & Friday, January 18th as well as Sunday, February 3rd & Monday, February 4th, all shows at 9:30 pm. The musical direction and arrangements for the trio are by Ron Abel, and it is directed and developed with Karen Ludwig. The show includes songs from Leonard Bernstein, Jones & Schmidt, Jule Styne, Comden & Green and Lionel Bart as well as songs that are sung in French, Spanish, Italian and Yiddish. Life is not about reaching a destination; it's about finding joy along the way. In Journeys: A Celebration, Giselle Wolf's acclaimed performance of soulful singing and humorous life stories reveal that joy that draws one into an enchanting, witty and touching musical celebration. There is a $20 cover plus a 2-drink minimum.


NYC: "FRANK & FRIENDS" BENEFITTING THE ACTORS FUND
FEATURED CABARET BENEFIT EVENT

The Broadway at Birdland partnership with multi-Grammy and Tony nominated composer Frank Wildhorn continues with another "Frank & Friends" concert at BIRDLAND (315 West 44th Street, NYC - 212-581-3080) on Monday, February 4th at 7:00 pm. The series of very special one-night-only concerts celebrates the songs and favorite performers from the composer's wide range of work in popular, theatrical and classical music. All profits will go to THE ACTORS FUND , a nationwide human services organization that helps all professionals in the performing arts and entertainment. The concert will feature jazz vocalist Jane Monheit, and theater singers Melissa van der Schyff (Bonnie and Clyde) and Tituss Burgess (The Little Mermaid, Guys and Dolls), with Wildhorn at the piano. Jason Howland will act as musical director. Multi-Grammy and Tony Award nominated composer/ producer Frank Wildhorn's works span the worlds of popular, theatrical, and classical music. In 1999, Frank became the first American composer in 22 years to have three shows running simultaneously on Broadway: Jekyll & Hyde, The Scarlet Pimpernel, The Civil War. Also for Broadway: Dracula, Victor/Victoria, Wonderland, and Bonnie & Clyde (Tony Award nominated for Best Score). Among the artists who have recorded and performed Frank's works: Whitney Houston (#1 international hit "Where Do Broken Hearts Go?"), Natalie Cole, Kenny Rogers, Sammy Davis, Jr., Liza Minnelli, Julie Andrews, Hootie & the Blowfish, The Moody Blues, Johnny Mathis, Linda Eder, Freddie Jackson, Trisha Yearwood, Stacy Lattisaw, Molly Hatchet, Blues Traveler, Trace Adkins, Patti LaBelle, Jeffrey Osborne, BeBe Winans, Amy Grant, Anthony Warlow, to name a few. The Actors Fund is a national human services organization that helps everyone - performers and those behind the scenes - who works in performing arts and entertainment, helping more than 12,000 people directly each year, and hundreds of thousands online. Serving professionals in film, theatre, television, music, opera, radio and dance, The Fund's programs include social services and emergency assistance, health care and insurance, housing, and employment and training services. With offices in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, The Actors Fund has - for nearly 130 years - been a safety net for those in need, crisis or transition. There is a $35 cover plus a $10 food/drink minimum.

NYC: JIM CARUSO'S "CAST PARTY" MONDAYS AT BIRDLAND

Every Monday night at 9:30 pm, Broadway impresario Jim Caruso hosts "Cast Party", a combination open-mic, networking event and party at BIRDLAND (315 West 44th Street, NYC - 212-581-3080) during which the biggest stars on Broadway relax on their night off by performing their favorite songs in an informal setting. Cast Party is a mix of music, impromptu performance and cocktail party revelry, where showbiz superstars, stunning jazz talents and cabaret glitterati hit the stage alongside up-and-comers to serve up jaw-dropping music and general razzle-dazzle. It's the ultimate spot to mix and mingle with talented show folk and their fans. There is a $20 cover plus a $10 food/drink minimum.

NYC: CHESTER GREGORY PRESENTS THE EVE OF JACKIE

Chester Gregory brings his show The Eve of Jackie to 54 BELOW (254 West 54th Street, NYC - 646-476-3551) on Monday, February 4th at 9:30 pm. Broadway knows him from his roles in Sister Act, Dreamgirls, Hairspray, Tarzan, Cry Baby, Shrek the Musical and many others, but this February, Chester Gregory in The Eve of Jackie to 54 Below. Directed by Ghost's Da'Vine Joy Randolph, The Eve of Jackie explores and celebrates the life of "Mr. Excitement," the late great entertainer Jackie Wilson. With Musical Direction by Rob Lewis, the show is co-written by Crystal Lucas and Chester himself. Also, look for a special appearance by the phenomenal Lillias White! There is a $25-$35 cover plus a $25 food/drink minimum.


DC: JOE ALTERMAN AT BLUES ALLEY

Joe Alterman performs at BLUES ALLEY (1073 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Washington, DC - 202-337-4141) on Monday, February 4th with shows at 8:00 & 10:00 pm. Alterman is a jazz pianist whose playing is a joyous throwback to the keyboard stylists of the 1950s. By merging the patient touch of past pianists with his own contemporary sound, Alterman manages to revitalize the familiar, rekindling memories of why you started listening to jazz in the first place. Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Joe moved to New York in the fall of 2007 to study music at New York University. He graduated in May of 2012 but is now back to complete his Masters' degree. While there, he has studied with greats including Don Friedman, Jean Michel-Pilc, Ralph Lalama, Joe Lovano and John Scofield, among others. Call for cover/minimum information.


L.A.: KRITZERLAND: THE STEPHEN SCHWARTZ ALBUM

Kritzerland Upstairs at Sterling's presents "The Stephen Schwartz Album" on Monday, February 4th at 7:00 pm at STERLING'S AT THE FEDERAL (5303 Lankershim Boulevard, North Hollywood, CA - 818-754-8700) - Note: Show is on Monday this month to allow you and The Federal to enjoy Super Bowl Sunday. As always, the cast includes some of the best voices in town, including with Music Director Lloyd Cooper and special guests Karen Morrow & Adrian Zmed. The show is based on The Stephen Schwartz Album, featuring the music and lyrics of the brilliant Stephen Schwartz. Based on the hit album produced by Bruce Kimmel, the evening will feature songs from Godspell, The Baker's Wife, The Magic Show, Children of Eden, Working, Pippin, and, of course, Wicked. Cover charge is $28 which includes a $10 food/drink allowance. Reservations required.


SF: ULTRA WORLD X-TET AT YOSHI

ULTRA WORLD X-TET are featured at YOSHI'S (1330 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, CA - 415-655-5600 - ) on Tuesday, February 5th at 8:00 pm. The group combines jazz, world, experimental and contemporary concert styles in a pioneering fusion of East and West. The ensemble features a group of musicians from diverse and colorful ethnic and musical backgrounds: Gary Schwantes (tenor and soprano saxophones/bamboo flutes/composer), Winnie Wong, guzheng (Chinese zither), Yangqin Zhao, yangqin (Chinese hammered dulcimer), Doug Ebert (bass), Surya Prakasha (drumset/ percussion/harmonium). There is a $15 cover.


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