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CENTER VIEW: Jamie deRoy and Stephen Sorokoff Greet Michael Feinstein: New Shows, New Club

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Earlier this season, it was announced that Michael Feinstein would renew his professional residency in New York City, joining forces with Broadway supper club, 54 Below — now named Feinstein’s/54 Below.

The beloved keeper of the American Songbook has toured the world for decades, but his professional residency in NYC ended with the closing of Feinstein’s at Loews Regency in 2012. This announcement is an exciting addition to the cabaret scene, and to the club, which has already built an impressive presence among the theatre community in just a few short years, playing host to stars including Patti LuPone, Laura Benanti, Melissa Errico, Sierra Boggess, Aaron Tviet, and many more. Feinstein himself will take the stage there from December 20-30.

In advance of his 14-show engagement through the holidays, CENTER VIEW hosts, Jamie deRoy and Stephen Sorokoff met with the singer to hear about this new chapter in his career as a performer and club owner. Check out the video, below!

For information and tickets to Michael Feinstein’s performance at Feinstein’s/54 Below, visit www.54Below.com.

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