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March 10-14, 2015

Cover charge: $40-60
Premiums: $80-100

Food & Beverage Minimum $25

 

Tue, Mar 10 7pm $40/45/50/80 Doors 5:15pm Buy Tickets
Thu, Mar 12 7pm $50/55/60/95 Doors 5:15pm Buy Tickets
Fri, Mar 13 7pm $50/55/60/100 Doors 5:15pm Buy Tickets
Sat, Mar 14 7pm $50/55/60/100 Doors 5:15pm Buy Tickets

 

Maureen McGovern
Sing, My Sisters, Sing!
Celebrating Women Singer/Songwriters

Maureen McGovern celebrates the women singer/songwriters from the 1960′s – 1980′s, who changed the texture of American Popular Music with their deeply personal and powerful songs.

Sing, My Sisters, Sing! includes works by iconic women singer/songwriters: Annie Lennox,Janis IanMary Chapin CarpenterCarole KingJoni MitchellCarly SimonLaura NyroKate & Anna McGarrigle, and Melissa Manchester, among others…

Maureen also pays tribute to her “early singing sisters:” Ella FitzgeraldBillie Holiday, andPeggy Lee, who paved the way by writing their own signature songs. Maureen’s performance will include iconic songs like “Natural Woman,” “I Feel The Earth Move,” “At Seventeen,” “That’s The Way I Always Heard It Should Be,” “God Bless The Child,” and more!

She has a voice that defies categorization. In fact, she’s been called “The Stradivarius Voice.” 54 Below is honored to welcome multiple Grammy nominee Maureen McGovern back to our stage. Broadway audiences know her from her acclaimed, Drama Desk-nominated performances in Little WomenThe Threepenny OperaNine, and The Pirates of Penzance as well as off-Broadway’s Brownstone, but the world over knows Maureen as “The Disaster Theme Queen.” Her recording of “The Morning After” from The Poseidon Adventure hit number one on the Billboard charts and won an Oscar, not to mention “We May Never Love Like This Again” from The Towering Inferno and the sublime “Can You Read My Mind” from Superman. Since then, Maureen has dazzled audiences throughout the world with her singularly eloquent musical style, in addition to a series of critically-heralded recordings.