Saturday night, May 16, 2020 at Germano's Cabaret.
The program will feaure songs that embody the Mediterranean approach to love: EMBRACING the mercurial journey of romance, with all of its ups and downs. In addition to performing a variety of compositions from the Great American Songbook that reflect that theme, Tony will be singing in Italian, Greek, French and Spanish to illustrate the international experience of the wild ride of love!
Ticket price: $20
.The cabaret dining room will open at 6:00 p.m., and the show will begin at 7:30.
For further information and tickets, visit the following website, then go to "Events Calendar" and scroll down to May 16, 2020:
Phone: (410) 752-4515
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Many compositions in the Great American Songbook, musical theater, and jazz standards describe the wild ride of romance. Metaphors in the lyrics include love as a magical trance or an addictive intoxicant, characterized by extreme, opposing, alternating feelings, such as elation vs. despondency, hot vs. cold, clarity vs. bewilderment, high vs. low, and sunshine vs. stormy weather. The songs in this album are emblematic of that heady body of music.
Vocalist Tony Ziesat takes the listener for a musical ride on the roller coaster of love... Fasten your seatbelt!
The allbum is available as either a CD or a digital download. To purchase, visit:
"I've Got You Under My Skin"
"Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered"
"You Go To My Head"
"Where Or When"
"Where Is Love?"
"Old Devil Moon"
"Since I Fell For You"
"I Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out To Dry"
"I'm A Fool To Want You"
"That Old Black Magic"
"The Nearness Of You"
"Almost Like Being In Love"
Tony is accompanied by pianist Stef Scaggiari on all of the songs, with the exceptions of "Where Or When" which features guitarist Jimmy Kachulis and "Since I Fell For You" with Jimmy Kachulis on piano.
FUN FACT: J. Fred Coots, who co-wrote "You Go To My Head," also wrote "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town."