Livestream – Ann Hampton Callaway Birthday Celebration
Sunday, May 31st @ 4pm Pacific / 7pm Eastern
Collected up front via PayPal. This show is $25 which includes a download of Ann’s new single! I will personally send you an email with the Zoom link likely in 24 hours (which may end up in your junk/spam folder). Email me if you don’t get that personal email (not PayPal’s receipt).
2) Technology? New to Zoom? If you would like to do a test run using Zoom… email me Please… not the day of the concert.
3) Sharing is Caring: PLEASE share the opportunity, but *don’t send them the actual Zoom link*. Every home tuning in should be paying to earn the artists some $$. Thank you!
4) Be ready for Imperfection: Online streaming isn’t perfect… there may be glitches and of course the sound and video quality and connection for each performer will vary. Thanks for your understanding and grace.
5) What to expect: About 90 mins of music mixed with some of Ann’s usual sparkling conversation. You’ll be on mute most of the time. Feel free to type in the Chat section (applause, song requests, questions, etc).
6) Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org
About Ann Hampton Callaway:
Ann Hampton Callaway is one of the leading champions of the great American Songbook, having made her mark as a singer, pianist, composer, lyricist, arranger, actress, educator, TV host, and producer. A born entertainer, her unique singing style blends jazz and traditional pop, making her a mainstay in concert halls, theatres and jazz clubs as well as in the recording studio, on television, and in film. She is best known for her Tony-nominated performance in the hit Broadway musical Swing! and for writing and singing the theme song to the hit TV series The Nanny. Callaway is a Platinum Award-winning writer whose songs are featured on seven of Barbra Streisand’s recent CDs. The only composer to have collaborated with Cole Porter, she has also written songs with Carole King, Rolf Lovland, and Barbara Carroll, to name a few. Her latest CD, Jazz Goes to the Movies debuted at #12 on the Billboard Jazz charts.
“For sheer vocal beauty, no contemporary singer matches Ms. Callaway.”
– Stephen Holden, New York Times
“Great is one of the most over-used words in the dictionary but just as Ella Fitzgerald was the greatest jazz singer of her era, so too is
the magnificent Ann Hampton Callaway of hers.”
– Musical Theatre Review