Singer-pianist Charles Cochran will present A Song That Keeps Saying, Remember this holiday season. His show will feature songs, both obscure and well-known, including John Williams and the Bergmans' "Make Me Rainbows," Marcy Klauber's "I Get The Blues When It Rains," "My Old Flame" by Sam Coslow and Arthur Johnston, and Louis Jordon's "Saturday Night Fish Fry" among others. Cochran's intros include tales of growing up in New York, working with and knowing singers such as Anita O'Day, Judy Garland and Nina Simone, living in Hollywood for many years, the ups and downs of life and performing as a nightclub and recording artist for fifty years. He will be joined at The Metropolitan Room by Steve Doyle on bass and David Silliman on drums.
After living in West Palm Beach for the last twenty years, Charlie was lured back to NYC where he received raves for his recent appearances at Danny's. Rex Reed wrote in the New York Observer: "Charles Cochran, an esteemed pianist and saloon singer who used to be a staple on the Manhattan club scene when the word "cabaret" only existed in the basements of Berlin, is back in circulation at Danny's. He takes you back to the sublimely balmy midnight hours when chic song stylists peppered and salted intimate watering troughs all over town, and taxis didn't cost half the rent to get you there. His songs are stylish and sophisticated and so is he."
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