By Sandi Durell …

100th 54 Sings Broadway, produced by Scott Siegel – February 4th @ 9:30 pm

Romance is in the air at 54 Below on Feb. 14 Live and Streaming featuring Broadway Couples. Tickets Available HERE

Tim Connell is back at PangeaNYC with …and so it goes… on Feb. 17 @7 pm with James Followell musical director and directed by Steven Petrillo.  

Tanya Moberly returns again in her monthly residency of six different shows on Feb. 24 with Ritt Henn; Mar 17 with Mark Janas, May 19 with Steven Ray Watkins and June 16 with Jon Weber. More at or  

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Come enjoy a show at Sony Hall this February! Catch a performance by 5x Grammy Award winning singer Lalah Hathaway, rock out with supergroup The Winery Dogs, Jeffrey Osborne, Bob Marley Birthday Tribute, Angie Stone and more, or see broadway stars perform Adele’s greatest hits!

Darwin Del Fabro makes his triumphant return to 54 Below to celebrate the release of his new CD, Revisiting Jobim. Friday, March 24, 2023 at 7 PM at 54 Below, 254 West 54th Street. Phil Hall is Musical Director, and he will be joined  by other musicians.  Darwin is excited to get back to his Brazil roots, with a musical exciting look into Jobim’s music, with fresh takes on the arrangements. Singing the English translations (by Jobim), His soaring tenor expertly navigates the pathos and passion in the songwriting.

Gerrilyn Sohn will present If Joe Allen’s Walls Could Sing (and Other Hidden Gems) on March 12 @ 4 pm and March 21 @ 7 pm at Don’t Tell Mama with Steven Ray Watkins, musical director and directed by Lennie Watts.  

Wendy Scherl will be back at Chelsea Table+Stage with The Sweetness and the Sorrow: The Songs of Marvin Hamlisch on March 16 @ 7 pm. Tickets HERE.

For two nights only, April 20 and 21, Grammy-Winning baritone, John Brancy, and pianist and host of NPR’s From The Top, Peter Dugan, will bring an evening of entertainment and song to Café Carlyle. These dynamic, versatile performers have been captivating audiences with their innovative approach to the art of song in solo recitals at venues such as Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, and the Kennedy Center.  They bring their unique music making to Café Carlyle this spring in a fresh, new take on the Cabaret, with a mix of jazz, popular music, and classical genres including songs from beloved composers such as Weill, Ravel, Porter, Brel, Hahn, Gershwin and Rachmaninoff.  Reservations can be made online via Tock. Café Carlyle is located in The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel (35 East 76th Street, at Madison Avenue).

Two-time Tony Winning actress, singer and dancer Sutton Foster returns to Cafe Carlyle May 23 thru June 3. Reservations can be made online via Tock. 

Margo Brown returns to Don’t Tell Mama with Forever Me With Love, a CD Release event on May 9 and 10 @ 7 pm with musical director Jon Weber, Steve Doyle on bass and directed by Tanya Moberly. www.don’