Here’s the postcard, and details for the June 2nd show at The Gardenia…
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Deirdre Moncy & Tom Kiesche
Broadway 1950s, the “Golden Years.”
with Michael Collum on the baby grand piano.
Venue: The Gardenia
Address: 7066 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, California 90038
Time: The Gardenia opens for dinner at 7PM, show time is 9PM.
Dinner reservations are recommended: 323-467-7444
(Walk ins are welcome, but the Gardenia only guarantees seats for dinner reservations)
Cost: $15.00 (+ $10 min, 2 Drink or Food)
Deirdre Moncy & Tom Kiesche bring their spin, creativity, humor, voices, and “The Golden Age” of Broadway (1950s) to the Gardenia, for one special night, with the handsome and talented, Michael Collum laying down audio delight, with the baby grand.
An entertaining blend of show tunes you know, songs you may have misplaced, few you may have never heard, and some you never heard done quite the way Deirdre & Tom will sing them. The 50s premiered some of the best shows ever written: “Sound Of Music,” “Gypsy,” “Guys & Dolls,” and many, many more…
D&T started their music collaboration way back in ‘14, and have enjoyed singing a variety of styles together, amusing audiences in venues all around SoCal.
She’s, a graduate of The Musicians Institute College of Contemporary Music, has been performing in clubs and festivals in Los Angeles and across The U.S.A. and Canada as a solo artist, as well as numerous collaborative projects. She co-produced and judged the 3 year run of the live hit Hollywood show ‘Cabaret Idol’, an LA Weekly’s* ‘Must See/Pick of the Weekly’. She originally hails from wickedly awesome Boston.
For more: DeirdreMoncy.com
He has an eclectic background of both school and training, has appeared in dozens of TV shows, commercials, plays & films… is a published novelist, poet, produced playwright, and a screenwriter. As a singer, he became internationally known through a web series of his own entitled Closet Singer. He hails, originally from Jersey, born in Hackensack, and growing up off Rt 80, exit 34B.
For more: TomKiesche.com