This one day only, debut performance of ‘ALL THE WAY with Francine Evans & Joel Zelnik” on Sunday, Feb. 2nd. At 3:00pm. The performance is at “Stage Left Studio”, 214 W. 30 St., 6th. Floor, NYC. General admission is $20.00 per person. For reservations, call:[masked] or visit: www.smarttix.com. www.francineandjoelmusic.com.
An afternoon of musical cabaret will be presented, featuring the unique repertoire of husband-wife musical duo, FRANCINE EVANS & JOEL ZELNIK. Highlights include selections from “Francine & Joel Music” favorites: “Swingin’ With Sinatra”, “A Judy Garland Tribute”, “Broadway Magic”, “Broadway Musicals – A Jewish Legacy”, “Girl Singers of the 50’s”, “A Salute To The 40’s”, “LIZA!”, “A Mother’s Day Musical Bouquet”, “An Irish Song Celebration”, “Hooray for Hollywood”, “Destination: Las Vegas”, “My Bill Evans – a Personal Conversation” and more. Brian Glassman on bass and David Cox on drums & percussion. Seating is limited.
Francine Evans is a singer, pianist, guitarist, songwriter and show producer with a lifetime of experience in all styles of music. Francine has produced over 100 shows including Off-Off-Broadway’s ‘DESTINATION: Las Vegas”. Leonard Bernstein was a fan of her eclectic musical style as was Peter Schikele (PDQ Bach). She has performed with her big band in just about every major hotel ballroom in NYC and has appeared in cabaret clubs and folk venues on both the east and west coasts. She holds a M.A. from Montclair State University and has performed in New York, Atlantic City, Las Vegas, Japan and Greece. Francine has recorded three cd’s.
Jazz great Dr. Billy Taylor, was the first to give air play to Joel’s first jazz album, “MOVE”, which was reissued in Japan. A contemporary of Bill Evans, Joel has entertained 5 presidents, is a pianist/bandleader for thousands of events, and has performed at concert venues in New York, Atlantic City, Las Vegas, Japan and Greece. NYC venues include: Windows On The World and The Rainbow Room. He has recorded four CD’s and holds a B.A. from New Jersey City University and an M.A. from Rutgers University. His latest recording, “Live At Steinway Piano Gallery” was released in Japan and the U.S.