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Katharine McPhee makes Cafe Carlyle debut, November 21-25
(Published: October 03, 2017)

Acclaimed actress/singer Katharine McPhee makes her Café Carlyle debut with a show comprised of timeless jazz standards titled I Fall In Love Too Easily, November 21-25. The show will feature musical direction by Michael Orland. Renowned for her powerhouse presence and show-stopping performances, Katharine McPhee possesses a voice for the ages. Audiences first fell under the chanteuse's spell during a storied run on American Idol Season 5 in 2005.

Now, McPhee reimagines, recharges, and reinvigorates a host of timeless jazz standards on her fifth full-length, I Fall In Love Too Easily [BMG] produced by Don Was [The Rolling Stones, Bonnie Raitt]. Of these songs, Katharine explains "When people hear it, I hope they recognize that innocence of love. Love is always good, but it can take left and right turns. It can get you into trouble or can bring you back on track. If you're searching for love, it's from a naïve and innocent place. The older you get, the wiser you are. It's so beautiful. That's what I want you to feel on this album."

More Information: http://www.ticketweb.com/snl/EventListings.action?pl=cafecarlyle&orgId=165022


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