Okay everyone… here is short video of teasers from my CD, Don’t Rain on my Parade.
It’s a sassy blend of jazz standards mixed in with lively and sentimental show tunes! People say I possess the sentimentality of Michael Buble, the power of Barbara Streisand and the spirit of Tony Bennett. But you decide…
These teasers include 9 of the 12 tracks on the CD:
2. Alright, Okay, You Win,
3. Sentimental Journey
4. Le Jazz Hot
5. Someone to Watch Over Me
6. And All that Jazz
8. Don’t Rain on my Parade
9. Blues in the Night
Intro taken from “Blues in the Night” and ending from “Alright, Okay, You Win”
This compilation includes:
1. Maybe this Time from Cabaret and made famous by Liza Minelli
2. Fever, Jazz Standard
3. Don’t Rain on my Parade (as heard on Cindy’s debut album and made famous by Barbra Streisand)
4. Poem “Microsoft Christmas”
5. Can’t Help Lovin Dat Man from Showboat
6. Santa Baby sung to ABC’s Bruce Reynolds “On the Red Carpet”
7. Memory from Cats
8. Miss Byrd from Closer than Ever
9. Bewitched from Pal Joey
10. Una Voce Poco Fa from the Barber of Seville
11. My Funny Valentine from Babes in Arms
12. Una Voce Poco Fa from the Barber of Seville
Exit music is “Sway” from Cindy’s album, Don’t Rain on my Parade!
And a wonderful soul, Bruce Reynolds who is on ABC’s “On the Red Carpet” gave me such an amazing testimonial. He is such a sweet, conscious, brilliant person.
Bring Cindy home with you!!! For sassy, sexy jazz pieces and big, bold and daring Broadway tunes, check out her latest album, Don’t Rain on my Parade, HERE
Bill McGowan, the author of Glitzbiz, was our warm and engaging interviewer.
L.A. Music Award Winner Kaylene Peoples with Rich Mouser on guitar, opened with a couple of electrifying jazz numbers followed by hysterical, fall on the floor funny comedy by Emmy-Award Winning Comedy Writer & National Headlining Comedian, Monica Piper. She is the master at empowering people to “Find the Funny.”
Then of course I took the stage to perform some of our most beloved Broadway tunes. In the opening number, I belted out “Don’t Rain on my Parade” as a reminder that we need to always follow our dreams, no matter what anyone else thinks… never allowing anyone to rain on our parade. Other highlights included Now that I’ve Seen Her from “Miss Saigon,” Nothing from “A Chorus Line” and Defying Gravity from Wicked. My encore piece was All I Ask of You from “Phantom of the Opera.”
I also had the wonderful opportunity to welcome to the stage, Pamela Clay, who is the director of our partner charity, Living Advantage. They do AMAZING work empowering foster youth to transition successfully into the adult world.