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Maxine Linehan to Perform ‘Beautiful Songs’ at Feinstein’s/54 Below


This Saturday, October 17 (9:30PM), cabaret sensation Maxine Linehan will perform songs from her latest album, “Beautiful Songs,” at Broadway’s supper club Feinstein’s/54 Below(254 West 54th Street, Cellar).  Featuring a variety of music – from standards like “Danny Boy”  to original songs, including “I Think Of You,” by Andrew Koss, the show encapsulates Linehan’s versatility and marks her solo debut at the newly renamed Feinstein’s/54 Below.  The show is created and directed by Scott Siegel.

Linehan’s album “Beautiful Songs” is an exploration of what makes a song not just “pretty,” but beautiful. Singing songs from a wide variety of genres from Broadway, folk, pop, and beyond, Linehan will offer a rare hour filled with beauty created from irresistible melodies, with elegant and incisive lyrics.

Earlier this year, Linehan was profiled by #COTA’s editor-in-chief in a feature for The Huffington Post, and was reviewed by #COTA writer, Anne-Allegra Bennett, for her solo show at The Metropolitan Room. Click for more. 

Musical direction and orchestrations for the show are by Ryan Shirar.  The band includes Ben Lively (violin and mandolin), Mairi Dorman Phaneuf (cello), Justin Vance (clarinet, oboe and flute), and Ryan Shirar (piano).

Tickets for Beautiful Songs range from $30 to $70, and can be purchased at54Below.com (646.476.3551).  Doors open at 8.45 p.m.


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