Stacy Sullivan & Todd Murray “I’m Glad There Is You” in the Theater
October 31 @ 8:30 pm - 10:00 pm
When Frank Sinatra passed in 1998, journalists from around the country clamored for a statement from his lifelong friend and collaborator Miss Peggy Lee. A few days passed before Miss Lee summed up her thoughts with five words only, “I’m glad there was you.”
Join award winning and acclaimed singers Stacy Sullivan and Todd Murray for a thrilling new show packed full of Sinatra and Lee hits. The one-night-only event will take place at Birdland Theater on Monday, October 31 at 8:30pm.
Over 40 hit songs from The Great American Songbook are represented in “I’m Glad There Is You-The Musical Romance of Frank Sinatra and Peggy Lee,” all woven around anecdotes and insider history from their remarkable music careers and devoted friendship that spanned almost 60 years.
Todd Murray has performed his solo shows across the nation to rave reviews with numerous awards and nominations. Known for his mellifluous and honest interpretations of lyrics and melody, The New York Times declares of Todd Murray that he’s “the real deal…impeccable…trembling sensitivity;” The New York observer “A throaty and mellow baritone, perfect diction, meticulous phrasing and great time;” and The LA Times, “A prepossessing performer with a beautiful baritone.” Murray’s three recordings “Croon,” “Stardust and Swing” and “When I Sing Low” can be heard on radio and digital media across the spectrum from jazz to standards to pop.
Stacy Sullivan is an award-winning recording artist, film, television and stage actress. Her work has been described by The New York Times as “Thrilling,” “Audacious,” and “Compelling.” The Wall Street Journal calls it “Cabaret for Thinking People,” and Clive Davis of The London Times writes, “A commanding, willowy presence, Sullivan captures that rare combination of vulnerability and worldliness.” Sullivan has costarred onstage with Tony Award winners George Rose and Robert Morse, and onscreen alongside Tyne Daly, Kellie Martin, and Kelly McGillis. she performs her concerts regularly around the world and her seven albums can be heard on radio and digital media.