CABARET: Ann Hampton Callaway | Fever! The Peggy Lee Century
Ann Hampton Callaway continues the 2022 Bradstan Coming Home Cabaret Series with her show “Fever! The Peggy Lee Century.”
About this event
Nearly 15 years after the final curtain at The Bradstan Country Hotel; Inn Cabaret Series fell, the famous Bradstan Cabaret is BACK!
Join hosts Scott Samuelson + Eddie Dudek for a revival of The Bradstan’s famous New York City-caliber cabaret series, taking center stage at The Eldred Preserve. The 2022 Bradstan Coming Home Cabaret Series will feature Ann Hampton Callaway with her show “Fever! The Peggy Lee Century” on Sunday, Aug. 21 at 8 p.m.
A Platinum Award-winning writer, Ann’s live performances showcase her warmth, spontaneous wit, and passionate delivery. She is best known for her Tony-nominated performance in the hit Broadway musical “Swing!” and for writing and singing the theme song to the hit TV series “The Nanny.”
BONUS: Tickets include access to our Bradstan Meet + Greet with the evening’s performer, and the opportunity to purchase autographed CDs.
Full bar + light bites available | No drink minimum
Join us for dinner at The Homestead Restaurant + Lounge before the show and receive 15% off your meal! (Proof of ticket purchase required.)
The Bradstan Coming Home Cabaret Series will feature many other incredible performers. Explore the full lineup HERE!
ABOUT ANN HAMPTON CALLAWAY
Ann Hampton Callaway is one America’s most gifted and prolific artists. A leading champion of the great American Songbook, she’s made her mark as a singer, pianist, composer, lyricist, arranger, actress, educator, TV host, and producer. A born entertainer, Ann was named “Performer of the Year” and “Best Jazz Vocalist” by Broadwayworld.com. Her unique singing style blends jazz and traditional pop, making her a mainstay in concert halls, theaters, and jazz clubs as well as in the recording studio, on television, and in film. She is best known for her Tony-nominated performance in the hit Broadway musical “Swing!” and for writing and singing the theme song to the hit TV series “The Nanny.”
Ann is a Platinum Award-winning writer whose songs are featured on seven of Barbra Streisand’s recent CD’s. The only composer to have collaborated with Cole Porter, she has also written songs with Carole King, Rolf Lovland, Amanda McBroom, and Shelby Lynn, to name a few. Ann has shared the stage with great artists from many genres, including George Shearing, Dizzy Gillespie, Stevie Wonder, Dr. John, Liza Minnelli, Betty Buckley, Dianne Reeves, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Audra McDonald, Harvey Fierstein, Ramsey Lewis, Kurt Elling, and Michael Feinstein.
Ann’s live performances showcase her warmth, spontaneous wit, and passionate delivery of standards, jazz classics, and originals. She is one of America’s most gifted improvisers, taking words and phrases from her audiences and creating songs on the spot, whether alone at a piano or with a symphony orchestra. Ann has been a special guest performer with Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, with Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops at Symphony Hall and Tanglewood, and has been featured at many of the Carnegie Hall tributes. She has sung with more than forty of the world’s top orchestras and big bands, has performed for President Clinton in Washington, D.C., and at President Gorbachev’s Youth Peace Summit in Moscow. Ann performed with her sister, Broadway star Liz Callaway, in their award-winning show Sibling Revelry at London’s Donmar Warehouse. Their act “Boom!,” a critically-acclaimed celebration of the baby boomer hits of the 60’s and 70’s, debuted in the top 25 on Billboard Jazz. Ann was featured in the Macy’s Day Thanksgiving Parade telecast watched by 6 million people singing the Emmy Award-winning song “Yes, Virginia.” Her symphony shows “The Streisand Songbook,” “The Linda Ronstadt Songbook,” “Diva to Diva,” and “Broadway with the Callaways” are always in demand. Ann’s performances and recordings have garnered her The Theater World Award, 15 MAC Awards, several Bistro Awards, The Mabel Mercer Award, The Johnny Mercer Award for Songwriting, and The Blanton Peale Award for Positive Thinking.