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At Pompie’s Place All That Matters is the Blues

At Pompie’s Place All That Matters is the Blues

By Luis Restrepo If you’re walking through Midtown’s famed Restaurant Row and you hear a passionate clarinet waltzing its broken heart with the rage and longing of a blues singer, you may have just found Pompie’s Place at Don’t Tell ...

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Review: Stacy Sullivan at the Metropolitan Room

Review: Stacy Sullivan at the Metropolitan Room

By Andrew Martin and Steve Schonberg Photo Credit: Stephen Sorokoff For several decades, the surname Sullivan has been associated with royalty among the world’s cabaret circles. KT Sullivan is a legend herself, as a multi-award-winning cabaret artiste, as well as ...

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Kevin Dozier Has A New York Romance at The Metropolitan Room

Kevin Dozier Has A New York Romance at The Metropolitan Room

By Anne-Allegra Bennett (@aab_artiste) The Metropolitan Room shines brightly under the glow of New York iconic city lights, with its assortment of talented performers presenting their cabaret style shows. They fill the room with their musical gifts, and showcase their ...

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Ted and Lo: ‘Lo’ and Behold, These Two are Brilliant

Ted and Lo: ‘Lo’ and Behold, These Two are Brilliant

by Andrew Martin (@DivineMisterM)If Peter, Paul and Mary had only been Peter and Mary, or Paul and Mary, or even Peter and Paul–no matter how brilliant given any possibility–they’d never have accomplished the genius that is the award-winning acoustic duo ...

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MetroStar All-Stars at The Metropolitan Room

MetroStar All-Stars at The Metropolitan Room

By Anne-Allegra Bennett (@aab_artiste) Every summer since 2008 in the months of July and August, The Metropolitan Room has been host to a vocal challenge competition known as MetroStar. The competition brings vocalists of varying backgrounds, styles, and ages together ...

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It’s About Time; Karen Mason at Don’t Tell Mama

It’s About Time; Karen Mason at Don’t Tell Mama

By Erik Jonathan Schuler (@ErikJSchuler) It is nearly impossible to review Karen Mason’s Don’t Tell Mama return without stirring emotion. Mason’ warm embrace indiscriminatingly tears the audience down to its most basic feelings, only to build them back up with a firmer, empowered foundation–one of many reason’s she’s ...

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