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"Santa Baby" Singer Cynthia Basinet Surfaces In New York For Rare Show
(Published: July 30, 2013)

New York, NY - The LA based actress, singer Cynthia Basinet best known for her "Santa Baby" performs a rare intimate show, "Under the Moon" for fans this Wednesday.

Cynthia has appeared in over 100+ TV, movies and commercials. Her now iconic version of "Santa Baby", (oft credited to Marilyn Monroe) includes soundtracks for "Party Monster" and CBS's "NCIS LA".

A glimpse at the Great American Songbook, from her debut full length Standards CD, "The Standard" and more.

"Elegant, fun"
"Your voice is like a pearl to my ear."
"...one of the most sultry.seductive voices around."

Special guest appearance with the soulful R&B singer, Ilana Martin.

The Metropolitan Room is located at:
34 WEST 22ND ST.,
NEW YORK, NY 10010
RSVP: 212.206.0440
Doors open 6:45PM
Show 7:00-8:00PM


More Information: http://metropolitanroomnyc.blogspot.com/2013/07/the-metropolitan-room-proudly-presents_13.html

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