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Bistro Bits: Jazz and Cabaret…. Kissing Cousins or Estranged Siblings? Veronica Swift and Mary Foster Conklin Shed Some Light

Jazz and cabaret—two spheres, almost adjacent, yet set just apart. I’ve often thought about the ways these two...

Bistro Bits: A Greeting—Plus, What Makes for Super-Great Cabaret?

As you may have noticed, cabaret singers customarily perform two songs before greeting their audience at the top...

More Songwriters Explain How Their Artistry Has Evolved

A few weeks ago, we shared with you the thoughts of four songwriters associated with cabaret: Amanda McBroom,...

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Club Reviews


Tim Connell in “…it’s the joy in your heart…”

Singer Tim Connell possesses such a warm, natural sound and such a thoughtful lyric delivery that it is...

Sally Mayes in “Now and Then: Jazz/Standard Time”

At the top of her exciting new show, Now and Then: Jazz/ Standard Time, singer Sally Mayes barreled...

Daisy Jopling’s “Who’s Who”

The violin is no stranger to the cabaret stage. But most often it is a featured member of...

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Album Reviews


Linda Kahn “Wait ‘Til You See What’s Next”

Sometimes, the minute you hear a singer you know that they are (in sound, in temperament, and in...

CD Review: Hannah Gill’s “Everybody Loves a Lover”

Sometimes it’s a simple, refreshing delight when a singer records an album that is not out to re-invent...

Anya Turner and Robert Grusecki’s “Mid-Century Modern”

An appealing new studio recording of ten original songs co-written and performed by vocalist Anya Turner and pianist...

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