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  • Coaches' Corner Cabaret Series with guest Yvonne Constant

    in Business

    My guest tonight in my Cabaret Series is Yvonne Constant.  Yvonne Constant began her career as a ballet dancer, but because of her comedic flair and charismatic personality, the other dancers urged her to become a musical comedy performer instead.  Yvonne was cast to play multiple roles for the Broadway production of "La Plume de Ma Tante" and won a Tony award. When she did "The Gay Life" with Barbara Cook, Yvonne received a New York Drama Critics Citation as on of the season's Most Promising Actresses.  Yvonne was chosen by Richard Rodgers for a principal role in "No Strings,"  "She had 45 appearance on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson."
     
    In addition, she has narrated or dubbed over 20 French movies including the much acclaimed, "Parfait", and was also the voice of Simone de Bauvoir.   In 2007, Yvonne was one of the stars in the City Center rival of "Follies" in New York. She received 14 rave reviews for her rendition of "Ah, Paris!"
     
    Yvonne's memorable one woman show, "Yvonne Constant Sings Yves Montand" was standing room only in theatres and concert halls in New York, Chicago, and Washington D.C.
    In recent years Yvonne has performed in several cabaret venues in the New York Metropolitan area including The Reprise Room, Danny's Skylight Room, The National Arts Club and the critically acclaimed Metropolitan Room where she appears regularly always with constantly updated shows. For many years her shows have been presented by Cabaret Legend Jan Wallman and her music director since 2006 has been the multi faceted Russ Kassoff.  Yvonne is playing the Metropolitan Room the day after this podcast airs live, on November 17, 2015.

    For more information about Yvonne Constant, visit her web page at http://www.yvonneconstant.com/

  • 00:22

    March is Cabaret Month

    in Music

    The latest news on cabaret events around the country and here in Florida.

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    Cabaret for The Holidays

    in Music

    Special guest, Beth Marshall talks about her upcoming productions and Daryl will discuss the new holiday cabaret shows being performed in out area.

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    Coaches' Corner Cabaret Series with guest Valentina Marino

    in Performing Arts

    My guest tonight is vocalist, songwriter, arranger and lyricist Valentina Marino. 


    Stephanie Jones (Metropolitan Magazine/Hot House Jazz) writes: After attending Italy's prestigious University of Music in Rome, Valentina Marino earned her BFA in Vocal Jazz Performance from the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in New York City. Influenced by such creative voices as Reggie Workman, Dave Glasser, La Tanya Hall and Janet Lawson, she began performing throughout metropolitan area alongside master players Jay Azzolina, Cameron Brown, Anthony Pinciotti, Ray Gallon, Saul Rubin and Alberto Pibiri. Valentina has played Carnegie Hall, and such iconic venues as Cornelia Street Cafe, Bar Next Door, Rue B, The Kitano Hotel, Somethin' Jazz Club, The Flatiron Room, Cleopatra's Needle, The Shrine, The Garage, Zinc Bar, The Cotton Club, Cafe Noctamnulo at Pangea, Zeb's, Antique Garage and Smalls Jazz Club. She also has appeared as the special guest of The Davell Crawford Quartet at Snug Harbor in New Orleans.


    In her international travels, Valentina was moved to channel some of their evolving synergy in the studio. Her debut record, PhiLOVEsophy, was conceivedthrough a creative exploration of her own fascination with the human condition. Artfully curated by Valentina, the record features her original lyrics and compositions, as well as contemporary arrangements of classic favorites from Bossa to Bowie. The personnel include the eclectic array of international artists who have supported Valentina's creative vision throughout her burgeoning career: Cameron Brown on bass, Jay Azzolina on guitar, Anthony Pinciotti on drums and percussions, Alberto Pibiri on piano and Maz Zooi on bass clarinet and alto saxophone.


    PhiLOVEsophy will be available for purchase on iTunes, cdBaby and Amazon.com in early 2016.


    Learn more about Valentina at http://valentinamarino.com/

  • 00:16

    Holiday Cabaret

    in Music

    Holiday shows, holiday songs and holiday performers. Find out where to go for seasonal entertainment in Florida. Hear what is going on in the Florida Cabaret scene and find shows and new venues to enjoy.

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    Now Featuring: Cabaret in Florida

    in Music

    More news of upcoming benefits and cabaret shows in Florida and around the country. Listen in as host, Daryl Taylor-Hazel keeps you up to date on where you should go to find fine entertainment.

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    News, Views, Cabaret Shows to Choose

    in Music

    Host Daryl Taylor-Hazel tells about the latest Cabaret shows around the country.

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    THE NDUSTRY SPEAKS WITH ACTOR, WRITER LESLIE ZEMEKIS

    in Entertainment

    THIS WEEK ON THE NDUSTRY, WE SPEAK WITH THE BEAUTIFUL AND TALENTED, LESLIE ZMEKIS!


     


    Leslie Zemeckis is an actress, writer and award-winning documentarian. She co-wrote Staar a one-woman cabaret show which was the origin for the mockumentary she wrote and produced entitled Staar: She’d Rather be a Mistress, starring Carrie Fisher, Jeffrey Tambor and Fabio. She also wrote, produced and directed the critically acclaimed documentary Behind the Burly Q, the true story of old-time burlesque in America. The film aired on Showtime and was championed by such publications as USA Today and The New Yorker revealing the never-before told stories of the men and women who worked in burlesque during its Golden Age. Her latest film as writer/producer/director is the award-winning documentary Bound by Flesh, which chronicles an important part of American entertainment from a bygone era, delving into the world of circus and carnival life in the early part of the 20th Century. Her book Behind the Burly Q, published by Skyhorse in June 2013, is the definitive oral history of burlesque as told by the original stars themselves. Her current book, Goddess of Love Incarnate: The Life of Stripteuse Lili St. Cyr, is published by Counterpoint Press. Zemeckis is currently wrapping up her next documentary on the world's first female tiger trainer, Mabel Stark.


    LISTEN LIVE, VIA MOBILE AT 718-766-4964 OR ONLINE.

  • 00:16

    What is New in Florida Cabaret?

    in Music

    News and events concerning Cabaret performances in Florida.

  • 00:18

    Thinking of MOM songs

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records 


    Thinking of MOM songs


    Orville Harrold (tenor) My wonderful love for thee


    You're the best little mother God ever made  


    Romeo Records


    Lou Gold & his orchestra Nobody cares if I'm Blue


    Dubin's Dandies   I've got my Mind on you


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    Orville Harrold (tenor) My wonderful love for thee


    Columbia Records A-2056 46869 06/??/16


    Composer Ball


     


    Columbia records A2000 1916-1917 Vintage


     


    Orville Harrold (1878 – 23 October 1933) was an American operatic tenor and musical theatre actor. He began his career in 1906 as a performer in operettas in New York City, and was also seen during his early career in cabaret, musical theatre, and vaudeville performances.


     


    You're the best little mother God ever made


    A-2056 46870 06/??/16


    Composer Ball


    Romeo Records 1372-A  7/3/30


    Lou Gold & his orchestra Nobody cares if I'm blue (vIK)


    From “Bright Lights”


    Composers Clarke-Aksc


    Vocal Irving Kaufman


     


    1372-B Dubin's Dandies (Schubert) I’ve got my Mind on you


    7/1/30 Composers Joffe-Bosky


    Vocal Ralph Haines


    Real name Adrian Schubert's Salon Orchestra 

  • 00:43

    Gina Citoli: Music Can Change and Heal You

    in Music

    Let the music move you towards healing and happiness!


     


    Gina Citoli is a visionary singer and songwriter who's worked with Grammy award-winning producer Barry Goldstein, and her music has been used by NASA and in film for the environment and on international CD compilations for world peace. Through her innovative music, Gina teaches greater self-awareness, promotes tolerance and empathy, and supports your innate healing abilities. Gina is an emissary and way shower for the emergence of an empowered and awakened humanity. Her performances rouse participants, transform perceptions, and enlighten viewers. 


     


    Gina, and everything she brings to events, enriches, enlivens and fascinates audiences with engaging entertainment, visionary ways of learning and a greater awareness of ourselves and our world “A Cabaret of Consciousness” is a dynamic call to humanity to wake up! According to Gina, “A Cabaret of Consciousness” awakens the inherent healing abilities we have within; it raises us to a higher perspective, informs and entertains. It shows us that there are no limits and that anything is Possible!”  Join us on November 25th and open to your Limitless Self!


     


    For more information about Dr Jo Anne White, visit: https://www.drjoannewhite.com/


    For more information about Gina, visit: http://ginacitoli.com/