Julie Wilson remembers Frank Sinatra.
The rich tones of Dubé’s voice immediately brought a hint of her idol Sarah Vaughan.
A sophomoric showcase of new talent.
Reams is charming and vivacious.
She is riding high now, and every show points the way to smashing heights.
She shines on these dirges with a flair that is as savvy as it is rare.
For those of us of a “certain age,” Eydie Gormé resonates as one of the greatest singing stars from the fifties through the turn of the century.
Callaway has the tone and timbre of the later Vaughan style, the sensitive attention to lyric and the emotional showmanship to carry it off spectacularly.
Marin Mazzie not only relived her teens but reveled in them.
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