International cabaret and jazz recording artists The Follen Angels will joyfully return to Marblehead Little Theater with what they say are hip, new arrangements to celebrate music with lyrics that tell stories of Frank Sinatra and friends at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3.
The Follen Angels will bring their unique styling to such tunes as, “I’ve Got You Under My Skin”, “Come Rain or Come Shine,” “Don’t Get Around Much Anymore”, “How High The Moon”, “New York, New York,” “My Way” and many more.
The Angels also dive into the lives of the iconic artists who originally brought these songs to life.
The Follen Angels’ last East Coast Tour included taking center stage at the renowned “Metropolitan Room” in New York City, Knickerbocker Café in Warwick, Rhode Island, and Holiday Inn, Brookline.
Over the years, they have filled concert halls and radio airwaves, and brought enthusiastic audiences to their feet from Scullers Jazz Club in Boston, Acton Jazz Café, Ryles Jazz Club in Cambridge, Don’t Tell Mama’s in New York City, Mechanics Hall in Worcester, Columbia Station in Washington, D.C., and other outstanding venues. Their six CDs represent a range in style from Gershwin and Cole Porter, Broadway showstoppers, to 1970s pop.
The Follen Angels include Hildy Grossman on vocals, Shinchi Otsu on piano, Kenneth W. Dantzig on drums, Rick Stone on sax/clarinet, Mike Ball on bass and special guest Milt Reder, a composer and guitarist featured in the music of “Sex in the City.”
The Angels guarantee you’ll have a smile on your face and be humming a tune for the rest of the night.
Tickets are limited, and previous Follen Angels shows have sold out.
There are three ways to purchase tickets:
An advance discount ($35) on the first 50 tickets is available by calling Prime Time Promotions at 800-418-7771.
Tickets ($38) will be available at Arnould Gallery and Framing, 111 Washington St.
On the night of the show, remaining tickets ($40) will be available at the Marblehead Little Theater box office.
Audience members will be required to wear masks.
For more information, visit theFollenAngels.com.