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About this show

Mary Cleere Haran, the songstress whom The New York Times says "inhabits lyrics so completely" and whose singing "embodies a longing for purity, simplicity and honesty," is offering a sophisticated evening of music culled from The Great American Songbook, including songs by Porter, Rodgers & Hart, Berlin and Mercer, as well as a few "cowboy songs" written by Broadway composers. She is accompanied on piano by her musical director Tedd Firth and Steve LeSpina on bass.

Show Details

  • Dates:Closed on
  • Location:Café Carlyle, New York City