Cafe Carlyle at the Carlyle Hotel, New York City
Since opening in 1955, Cafe Carlyle has featured musical performances by legendary entertainers, as epitomized by the "master of melody" Bobby Short, who recently passed away. A fixture at Cafe Carlyle since 1968, Mr. Short was cabaret's preeminent interpreter of such American composers as Cole Porter and Duke Ellinton, and his urbane and elegant style will always be a part of Cafe's tradition. Graced with charming murals by Vertes, Cafe Carlyle is uniquely intimate, delighting visitors with its romantic setting and offerings of cabaret and jazz.
November 7-December 31, 2006
Cafe Carlyle presents Steve Tyrell, the smooth song stylist who has made a steady rise to the top of contemporary pop. First introduced through his recording of "The Way You Look Tonight," from the film "Father of the Bride," this led to a series of critically-acclaimed CDs of American popular standards.
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