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Friday, January 15, 2016

Marilyn Maye: “Marilyn by Request” by Constance Radut

The crowd went wild when she sang some iconic favorites and became silent so as you could hear a pin drop when she crooned out others. Maye sure knows how to work a room. This snazzy, jazzy …

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Monday, November 30, 2015

Baby Jane Dexter: “It’s Personal!” by Constance Radut

This post is by Constance Radut It wasn't until the sixth song, "Birth of the Blues" by DeSylva, Brown and Henderson, that she finally addressed the crowd which had filled the small venue. S…

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Monday, October 19, 2015

Richard Holbrook: Richard Sings Rodgers with a Lot of Heart by Constance Radut

This post is by Constance Radut As always, Holbrook was dapper in his signature tux and brought real class and style to the stage. His rich, tenor voice was soothing to the ears and stirred …

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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Sally Darling: “Perspectives” by Constance Radut

This post is by Constance Radut Sally lays out her heart and soul onto the stage and her chemistry with the talented composer and pianist, Matthew Martin Ward, is unmistakable. At the end of…

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Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Cafe Society Swing by Constance Radut

This post is by Constance Radut This holiday season the 59E59 Theaters is hosting a special cabaret, Cafe Society Swing, in tribute to a historic cafe which thrived back in the1940’s, one …

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Sunday, December 28, 2014

Mimi Stern-Wolfe & Laura Wolfe: An Evening of Song from Second Avenue by Two New York Originals by Constance Radut

This post is by Constance Radut The crowd at The Pangea was in for a real treat when a unique mother/daughter act from the neighborhood performed a number of musical selections complete with…

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Friday, December 5, 2014

Baby Jane Dexter: “Rules of the Road (Part 3)” by Constance Radut

This post is by Constance Radut In her deep, bluesy contralto style, she belted out about 15 songs; they were not all melancholy, though. She started out with an uplifting "I'm in Love Again…

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Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Sally Darling: “Matters of the Heart” by Constance Radut

This post is by Constance Radut Sally was darling in "Matters of the Heart" at Don't Tell Mama on Manhattan's 46th Street. She sang her heart out in a moving tribute to those things that pul…

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Monday, November 3, 2014

Barb Jungr: Hard Rain by Constance Radut

This post is by Constance Radut In "Hard Rain," Jungr performs songs which capture the artists' views on subjects involving what she calls the three "P"s: philosophical, political, and perso…

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Friday, October 24, 2014

Richard Holbrook: The Untapped Fred Astaire Revisited by Constance Radut

This post is by Constance Radut The debonair Holbrook sang his way down memory lane with his enchanting voice and interesting stories about Astaire that he shared in-between songs, many sho…

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