Melissa Errico takes the stage with jazz pianist Tedd Firth for her new show "THE LIFE AND LOVES OF A BROADWAY BABY."
Melissa Errico sets her own life to the Broadway songs that she has sung and owned -- and offers both a sensational set of beloved standards and a series of witty and sometimes wicked stories about an ingenue's life passed on the Great White Way. A sexy, sublime study of American songs, ranging from Cole Porter to Harold Arlen, Lerner & Loewe to Taylor Swift... with a substantial peek at Melissa's upcoming Sondheim album, "Sondheim In The City," due Feb 16, 2024 on Concord Records, with songs like "Everybody Says Don't," "Take Me To The World," and "Being Alive."
Come hear why Broadway World says that "the way Melissa Errico immerses herself in every moment, the technical brilliance of her vocal abilities, and the sheer star power that the lady exudes, makes her a take-no-prisoners performer, offering a leave-it-all-on-the-floor show." Touring from England to Paris, Vegas, California, New York & more, critics are besotted, as one UK writer said: "Errico is a radiantly intelligent performer who brings astonishing depth and perception to her deep embrace of great music and illuminates it from within. A great cabaret night can be as complete and thrilling as a full musical in the hands of a mistress of the art like her" (Mark Shenton) and another said: "The exquisite Melissa Errico-a word encompassing everything she is-brought her latest show, a Broadway Baby! -With a second Sondheim album coming out, Errico's coquettish charm on "Can That Boy Fox Trot" (Follies) was delicious, making the title seem positively naughty by her long pause between "fox" and "trot." Here, Firth and company were at their jazziest best."