It Might Be Fun | CD Launch & Concert at Sterling’s
March 22, 2015 - March 22, 2015
Sterling’s Upstairs at The Federal
Directed by Bruce Kimmel | Musical Direction by Lanny Meyers
Songstress Sandy Bainum will return to Sterling’s Upstairs at the Federal on Saturday, March 22 with a special concert to launch her wonderful new CD entitled It Might Be Fun. The album is an exciting departure for Sandy, a CD featuring all original songs by prolific author, composer, director and producer Bruce Kimmel. A special concert event, to launch the album, will feature tunes from the CD including the catchy title song; the rueful “Three Acts,” the funny “Who Do I Have to Blank to Get Out of This Show?” and “Two Roads,” a brand new composition that is receiving its premiere recording, written by Kimmel with the brilliant Richard M. Sherman of The Sherman Brothers. For this album Sandy takes you on a dramatic journey that runs the gamut of emotion. The album was recorded in Los Angeles at the legendary Capitol Studios Studio A with a phenomenal 35-piece orchestra. It was arranged, orchestrated and conducted by award-winning musical director Lanny Meyers and produced by Grammy-nominated producer Bruce Kimmel.
Sandy will be joined by her award winning musical director, Lanny Meyers.
“She can rouse you up to great musical heights; the next minute she can break your heart..” —Paul Richards, WHLI Program Director
“Bainum’s luscious voice caresses the lyric of ballads.. Brings out every ounce of melancholy..”. —Rob Stevens, Grace Notes
“Definitely plenty of spunky fun… Strong in pulse and bouncy pop sensibility, the selections are spirited and well-crafted.”—Rob Lester, Talkin’ Broadway