Wednesday, October 31, 2018

The Linda Ronstadt Songbook

Broadway & cabaret legend Ann Hampton Callaway is performing the symphonic premiere of The Linda Ronstadt Songbook with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Bradley Thachuk on Friday November 2rd at 10:30A & Saturday November 3rd at 8P at Kleinhans Music Hall in Buffalo, New York. Callaway will perform pop/rock classics like “You’re No Good” & “Desperado” to unforgettable classics from Ronstadt’s three Nelson Riddle albums like “What’s New” & “Am I Blue”. Ann Hampton Callaway stated, "Counting the minutes till this weekend’s symphonic premiere of The Linda Ronstadt Songbook with The Buffalo Philharmonic, the fabulous Billy Stritch at the keys who will join me for some stirring duets & Bob Mann, one of America’s best guitarists who worked with Linda on all three Nelson Riddle CDs. What makes this show unique is the great range of Linda’s songs from standards to rock & that we will be performing orchestral selections & hot band selections in a night of music that is sure to get the house rocking!” Ann Hampton Callaway is one of the leading pop/jazz singers of our time & has created an exciting night of songs & stories in celebration of one of America’s most beloved artists Linda Ronstadt. On the heels on Ann’s symphonic & performing arts center triumph of The Streisand Songbook this show celebrates the many faces of love in Ronstadt’s iconic songs beautifully complemented by the full orchestral treatment, a rhythm section & Callaway’s powerhouse vocals in this symphonic premiere performance.
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1 Comments:

Anonymous Marilyn Rosen said...

The combination of LInda's timeless and extraordinary body of music and Ann's vocalese and treatment of each song is a perfect match….Buffalo, don't miss this one!

October 31, 2018 at 12:03 PM  

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