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Best of Cabaret for 2019

Best of Cabaret for 2019

They come from The Green Room 42, Feinstein’s/ 54 Below, Birdland Jazz, The Triad and The Town Hall. Our best list for Cabaret in alphabetical order is.

Reeve Carney

Reeve Carney: Make no mistake, this man is a musical idiot savant. Singing on perfect pitch, playing an array of instruments and taking melodies to really interesting places, watching Carney was like being in musical nirvana.

Spencer Carney

Spencer Day:  Star Search finalist and dreamy crooner, Spencer Day is an amazing songwriter. This is a talent to watch for his  jazz, classical, country and German cabaret inspired material.

Linda Eder

Linda Eder: Eder wows the audience with her powerful vocals and connection to lyric. She can sing the phone book and make it sound layered and textured. The consulate singer.

Capathia Jenkins

Capathia Jenkins & Louis Rosen “PHENOMENAL WOMAN: The Maya Angelou Songs”: Had I not been on such a high from seeing this concert, I would have died. I know that sounds melodramatic, but I seriously got hit by a cab after this concert. With that being said this was my favorite concert this year!

Kea Chang, Larry Kerchner

Kea Chang sings Larry Kerchner

Hidden Treasures VI: Songs of Larry Kerchner; Produced by Sandi Durell, this fabulous night of entertainment brought the songs of  Larry Kerchner to light. These songs are relevant and are definitely treasures. His music and name should be on every cabaret performers list.

Norm Lewis

Norm Lewis Nutcracker Cool: This was the perfect way to get into the holiday spirit with a phenomenal singer.

Audra McDonald, Seth Rudsky

Audra McDonald With Seth Rudsky: The first in a series called Broadway @ Town Hall six-time Tony winner Audra McDonald dished about music, backstage fodder and life. Audra lent her glorious voice to select melody’s that made this one of my favorite nights this year.

Frances Ruffelle

Frances Ruffelle: The superbly intoxicating Frances Ruffelle easily casts a spell when she sings. Talented was in abundance, but more than that this show made you love life.

John Lloyd Young

John Lloyd Young:  Lights up the room like a 100 watt light bulb with his energy and charisma. Young’s best quality is his attention to lyric. He makes you feel the emotional attachment.

Mark Williams

Mark William: Mark William is the newest star rising in the heavens of cabaret and musical theatre. I see a long and steady career for this genuine and charismatic singer.

Cabaret

Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. Currently she has a screenplay in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She was the Broadway Informer on the all access cable TV Show “The New Yorkers,” soon to be “The Tourist Channel.” email: suzanna@t2conline.com

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