Sally Martin at Germano’s

It was great to see Sally Martin’s new show at Germano’s last night.  Since it’s a work-in-progress I won’t really comment on it, but Sally has obviously been hard at work, adding some great new material to her repertoire.  Last night also saw Sally selectively accompanying herself on the accordion, renewing a childhood talent.  I especially enjoyed Sally’s tribute to Martha Schlamme  — an artist about whom I seem to be woefully ignorant.

James Fitzpatrick provided his usual superb brand of music direction and Deb Brudvig’s contribution was ever-solid, and kind of fascinating with the organ.  And needless to say, Sally looked every inch the cabaret diva with a new dark Louise Brooks-ish bob and a decollete gown of black satin.

  • First Set
    • I Know a Place
    • I Had a Dream About You
    • Sentimental Journey
    • Sound of Music Sequence
    • My Romance / So Many People
    • Irish Song Sequence
    • America
  • Second Set
    • Pigalle
    • J’Ai Deux Amours
    • Another Time, Another Place
    • My Wooden Heart
    • Marieke
    • Carousel
    • La Vie en Rose
    • The Chance to Sing (encore)
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