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Cabaret Nights July 2015
An Annotated List of New York's Leading Cabaret Venues
Take another chance on Pompie's Place. For those who missed it first time around, Arthur "Pompie" Pomposello hosts his evenings of blues and jazz at Don't Tell Mama on July 29, 30 and Aug. 7, 21. The food is spicy, the music is sultry with a swinging smokin' band under the leadership of Ehud Asherie and with Ken Peplowski on reeds, Jon-Erik Kelso on trumpet (on alternating nights), Jackie Williams on drums and David Wong on bass. The returning canaries include Hilary Gardner and Lezlie Harrison and the music soars. On July 15, 17, Tanya Moberly continues telling her stories and performing Songs I Feel Like Singing this month accompanied by Ritt Henn.
Barb Jungr comes to Joe's Pub on July 9, 10 and 16, 17 with her show Hard Rain-–The Songs of Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen. Jungr shines at interpreting pop songs, working the stage and giving new complexity to familiar songs. She is always remarkable and totally unique.
In the mood for "A Little Night Music"? Every July Wednesday night at the Laurie Beechman Theatre, KT Sullivan and Jeff Harnar are back to present their all new Another Hundred People: Sondheim Act Two. It's a new aspect for the Sondheim songbook.
The Metropolitan Room continues as busy as ever into the summer months. Starting things off on July 1, Lauren Fox rocks with the Groupies - The Muses Behind the Legends of Rock & Roll. On July 8, Rebekah Lowin presents I Know You By Heart: The Songs of Eva Cassidy, directed by Lauren Fox. On July 10, 24, Richard Malavet brings his smooth baritone and jazz flair to celebrate the centennial of Frank Sinatra's birthday with Very Good Years: The Intimate Sinatra. Lovely Stacy Sullivan makes monthly appearances at the Metropolitan Room and you can catch her summer show on July 11. July 14 brings a hint of holiday spirit with Sue Matsuki and Edd Clark and their Fabulous Christmas Show. Marissa Mulder presents her new show, Instincts on July 18 and Charlotte Patton is still Celebrating Men . Toward the end of the month, songstress extraordinaire, Liz Callaway presents, For the Record: A Concert and Live Recording with Liz Callaway.
Birdland brings in Carole J. Bufford on Sunday evenings for Birdland Jazz Party. On July 6, it's Hello Dolly! as Natalie Douglas salutes the music of Dolly Parton and from July 29-Aug. 1, John Pizzarelli adds strings and guests to celebrate Paul McCartney. On July 13, Aaron Lazar brings his luscious tones to look For Me in the Songs.
There's a Big Wind From Winnetka blowing into Below 54 when the fabulous Christine Ebersole appears from July 28-31. Charles Busch is a smash with That Girl: That Boy from July 14-17, 23.
Some real Don't-Miss shows. Come to the cabaret, hear some music and get out of the heat.
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