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Laurie Lawson

March 2004


There may be a more natural person on stage, but I can't think of a single one after having spent "An Evening with BRETT SOMERS" at Danny's Skylight Room. Her illustrious career includes stage, screen and television (MATCH GAME, LOVE BOAT, THE FUGITIVE), as well as the 2004 Back Stage Bistro Award and 2004 Nightlife Award. With the audience firmly in the palm of her hand, the musical journey full of her unique artistic history begins. And with each twist and turn of her career and personal life, you can count on at least one delightful story. Amidst standards like "Some People," "I'm Beginning To See The Light," and "Till There Was You," she stops, often in mid-song, to relay yet another marvelous anecdote. Expect a few knee slappers, belly laughs, and totally irrelevant and irreverent remarks. She's raspy, rowdy, and sassy - the dry and droll humor that we've all come to love is at its best. A highlight of the evening is the rapport between Somers and her Musical Director/Arranger Mark Cherry. He spends much of the evening laughing between the notes as she stops and starts, forgetting lyrics and straying off course. You have no choice but to join in the fun. Brighten up your Tuesday, and spend "An Evening With Brett Somers." You won't regret it.

Laurie Lawson
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