Mark your calendars for Big Band Madonna! Our next show will be on October 21, at the Cutting Room at 10 PM. Tickets will be on sale soon at the thecuttingroomnyc.com
Carla Rhodes and our Big Band Dolly show landed in this week’s New York Magazine’s “Approval Matrix”!
Make sure we have your size in this limited edition print by destroyHipsters™ by pre-ordering NOW. We will have it for you by name at the show or ship it directly to you. $25 each. White vinyl printing on 100% ringspun cotton hot pink fashion cut T-shirt. Available in S-XL.
For each size there are two options: pick it up at the show or have it shipped to you (additional $6 for s/h within continental USA).
Happy birthday Moz! Help the Titanics (an 11-piece band — 3 horns, violin, guitar, bass, piano, drums + 3 backing vocalists) and guest star singers from all over NYC (TV, cabaret, rock, Broadway, comedy) wish Morrissey a happy 54th birthday. In two sets, BIG BAND SMITHS is a big band-style tribute to Morrissey and the Smiths and their beloved songbook. All unloveables are invited out to celebrate. You don’t have to wear black on the outside as long as you feel black on the inside. Guest singers for Big Band Smiths include Jackie Hoffman, Jessica Delfino, Molly Pope, Clint Michigan, Pat Johnson, Scott Matthew, Mike Doughty and more!
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Mark your calendars now. September 24th is going to be our best show yet. This month The Titanics are changing course from the current crop of chart-toppers to have a little big band fun with the Madonna songbook from the 80s to today, from “Madonna” to “MDNA. Don’t miss this amazing party!
Guest singers at Big Band Madonna include Justin Vivian Bond (Kiki & Herb), Arden Myrin (Chelsea Lately, MAD TV), Julie Klausner (I Don’t Care About Your Band), Amber Martin (“Amber Alert,” Joe’s Pub), Eliot Glazer (“Sh*t New Yorkers Say”), Tami Hart (NYC rock bands MEN and Making Friendz), Jessica Delfino (NY Funny Songs Fest), Shonali Bhowmik (NYC rock band Tigers and Monkeys), Cathy Cervenka (Madonn-a-thon), Pat Johnson (off-Broadway’s “Emperor’s New Codpiece”), Zan Amparan (NYC rock band Little Victory), and Xavier (Nova Social, Sxip Shirey).
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Check out the Reformed Whores singing their response to Rush Limbaugh that time he called that college girl a slut. It’s a hit with a half a million views!