Marilyn Maye returns to Crooners Supper Club for her fifth major engagement, from Thur. May 20 to Sun. May 23, for four nights in the new 150-seat, climate-controlled Belvedere tent, all at 7pm.  For tickets ($45) to see this one-of-a-kind entertainer, known as “Marvelous Marilyn Maye,” visit

Marilyn is determined to carry on and keep sharing her gift, especially, she says, during these troubled times.  She flies to the Twin Cities from New York with her NY music director Tedd Firth (on piano), and is joined by locals Gary Raynor on bass and David Schmalenberger on drums.

The 93-year-old musical miracle Maye braved the COVID elements last October, playing to a capacity Crooners crowd and on her wind-tossed opening night, Jon Bream of the Star Tribune declared, “the bejeweled, becoiffed and beguiling Maye thrilled the socially distanced, bundled up crowd. (…) Maye not only seems to get better with age, but audiences seem to appreciate her specialness even more.”