"The Rose" Singer Amanda McBroom To Showcase Unheard Songs at 54 Below | Playbill

News "The Rose" Singer Amanda McBroom To Showcase Unheard Songs at 54 Below Singer, songwriter and cabaret performer Amanda McBroom will return to 54 Below this fall over two nights with her new solo show, Up Close and Personal. McBroom is a Golden Globe winner for Best Original Song for "The Rose," the Oscar-winning 1979 film starring Bette Midler.

McBroom will hit the stage at 54 Below on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 in a show that will feature previously unheard songs from her personal songwriter’s trunk, plus music by some of her favorite writers including Leonard Cohen, Judy Collins, Fran Landesman, John Bucchino, Jacques Brel and more. Music direction is by Michele Brourman. McBroom's song "Errol Flynn," which she wrote about her father, was recently featured on NPR’s "Songs We Love," as well as other music the current season of "True Detective".

McBroom’s songs have been recorded by Leanne Rimes, Barry Manilow, Judy Collins, Barbara Cook, Anne Murray, Harry Belafonte, Betty Buckley, Stephanie Mills and The Manhattan Transfer, among others.

54 Below is located at 254 West 54th St., Manhattan. To purchase tickets, starting at $35, and for more information visit 54Below.

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