The Rodney Kelley Experience
Guitarist Rodney Kelley has been entertaining Baltimore audiences for over 35 years. The Rodney Kelley Experience seeks to please the palate of the most discerning listener with music from the George Benson song book, Stevie Wonder, Sarah Vaughn, Wes Montgomery, Miles Davis and George Gershwin...and Jimi Hendrix when the spirit moves him.
Dick Kaufmann Live!
Dick Kaufmann Live! is the remarkable story of dreams frozen for half a century—then brought to life in rich, vibrant color. It's a journey you won't want to miss. With the inimitable Charlie Barnett providing accompaniment on piano, Pete Ostle on bass, Gary Gregg on saxaphone and clarinet, and Tommy Barrick on drums.
This is a benefit for Wounded Warrior, an organization that assists military personnel who have been wounded in action. The $20 cover is a tax deductible donation to the organization.
Wounded Warriors' mission is to foster the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded warriors in this nation's history. For additional information, visit http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/
2011-2012 Bravo Lyric Opera Cabaret Series:
Maestro James Harp directs this region's finest opera performers in this marvelous cabaret series presented by The Lyric Opera House. Shows are the first Saturday of each month.
Enjoy "Opera a la Carte." Tonight's guest artist is Jennifer Edwards, Soprano, in Ode to the Divas
Marcus Dagan in "A Minor Event"
Songs in the minor key tug at our hearts. Join cabaret favorite Marcus Dagan in his new cabaret, A Minor Event, as he sings songs—all in the minor key—including Jimmy Webb's "Highwayman," "Here's To Life" made famous by Shirley Horn, "Autumn Leaves" and lovely tearjerkers of his own.
Fourth Annual Baltimore School for the Arts Cabaret Series at the Cabaret at Germano's:
Monologues and Songs
Tonight's program features the talented sutdents of The Senior Acting Ensemble of The Baltimore School for the Arts. Details to follow.
Bob Hallock in Second Act
Singer-Pianist Bob Hallock returns to Germano's in his all-new show, Second Act, a memorable musical journey of great songs all the way from Broadway to Neil Diamond, Jimmy Webb, and Michael Buble. Along the way, Bob interweaves personal stories from his own Second Act.
Chaise Lounge Performs at the Cabaret!
Chaise Lounge performs a blend of music that sounds like it was recorded at Capitol Recording Studios in 1962 and somehow found its way to today's pop charts. "[Charlie] Barnett and [Marilyn] Older write excellent songs. The material is smart, funny, tough, and not afraid of emotions...Older is an appealing singer. She blends cockiness and a wisecracking attitude with confessional sensitivity." —Raymond Tuttle, Fanfare Magazine Nov./Dec.2009.
The other members of Chaise Lounge are Gary Gregg (tenor sax, clarinet, flute), John Jensen (trombone, trumpet), Pete Ostle (bass), and Tommy Barrick (drums).
An Evening With Sandy & Richard Riccardi
Laughter is the best medicine, but we aren't completely discounting Vicodin, Viagra, or Xanax. Because those don't completely suck.
Their unique juxtaposition of modern, techno-socio-relevant lyrics and tune-smithy jazz piano arrangements will charm your socks off. If that doesn't, then the Justin Bieber references and the strip tease will.
Songs include Adelaide's Health Care Lament, The Higher The Hair, The Closer To God!, I've Got It Good And That's So Bad, But I'm The One Who's Happy and their 1.5-million-hits-and-counting YOUTUBE sensation: Don't Speak For Me, Sarah Palin.
Show directed and designed by Paul Gilger.