FEINSTEIN’S/54 BELOW, Broadway’s Supper Club, presents BMG recording artist and songwriter Carly Robyn Green in her NYC concert debut on February 23, 2017. Her adult-contemporary / smooth jazz repertoire includes fresh takes on American Songbook standards, stylized renditions of contemporary classics, and original love songs co-written with Broadway composer Frank Wildhorn. Hailed by AOL Music News as “the female Michael Buble,” Carly is making waves in the A/C and jazz worlds with her new single “What Love is All About,” co-written with Wildhorn. She’ll share this song, as well as other collaborations from their new project together, which she has been performing across Southern California at venues including The El Rey Theatre in Hollywood, The Yost Theater in Orange County, The Rose Theater in Pasadena, at jazz clubs like Herb Alpert’s Vibrato Grill Jazz, Catalina Jazz Club, and Dave Koz’s Spaghettini in Los Angeles, at Sundance Film Festival, and in Atlantic City. Under the musical direction of Danny Jonokuchi, Carly’s stellar six-piece rhythm and horn section will feature Steven Feifke, Jake Leckie, Peter Traunmueller, Karl Lyden, and Tal Shtuhl. Carly has also invited a few special guests to lend some tunes to the evening, like American Idol finalist and star of Broadway’s Rock of Ages and Jekyll & Hyde, Constantine Maroulis.
Also slated is Grammy and Emmy nominated songwriter David Wolfert, whose hits include “I Believe in You & Me” for Whitney Houston. To make this “date night” extra special for her audience, Carly has teamed up with some partners in celebration of the month of love. Reality star of FYI’s Married at First Sight and former contestant on ABC’s The Bachelor, Jamie Otis will be in attendance to meet fans and showcase her new book, Wifey 101: Everything I Got Wrong After Finding Mr. Right. And, as seen on ABC’s Shark Tank, dating service Three Day Rule will also be hosting a member meet & greet pre-show cocktail gathering, where New York City singles can mingle and meet personal matchmakers before enjoying the show.
Carly Robyn Green makes her NYC debut at Feinstein’s/54 Below (254 West 54th Street) on Thursday, February 23rd at 9:30PM. There is a $25-35 cover charge and $25 food and beverage minimum. Tickets and information are available at www.54Below.com. Tickets on the day of performance after 4:00PM are only available by calling (646) 476-3551.
Carly Robyn Green is a BMG modern adult-contemporary / smooth jazz recording artist and songwriter with songs featured in over 120 popular television shows and films, including 30 Rock (NBC), Scandal (ABC), Hung (HBO), Real L Word (Showtime), Dance Moms (Lifetime), Beauty & the Beast (The CW), Real Housewives (BRAVO), Say Yes to the Dress (TLC), Young & the Restless (CBS), One Life to Live (ABC), Keeping Up with the Kardashians and all of its spinoffs, and many shows across Oxygen, WeTV, HGTV, Logo, and OWN. Carly’s music has also been featured on soundtracks and promos for feature films like What’s Your Number and House Bunny, indie films like Life Happens and Slightly Single in L.A., and Hallmark movies like A Wish for Christmas and Love on Ice, resulting in over 7 million YouTube views to date.
Carly was a featured vocalist on Broadway Records’ Jekyll & Hyde Concept Record, she can be frequently heard singing parodies for Fox Sports, and she was the first official spokesinger of Alex’s Lemonade Stand Campaign for pediatric cancer research. Carly writes for multi-platinum artists worldwide, with hits in Korea, Japan, and Romania, and she has opened for Buddy Guy, Keiko Matsui, Chris Brown, and Matisyahu, toured with O-Town, duetted with Michael Lington, and sang back-up for Cee Lo Green at The Grammy Awards.