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Ever Blondeward | Sandy Bainum

Ever Blondeward at The Gardenia

“Broadway Baby, Sandy Bainum, will pay musical homage to a bevy of fellow blondes; some broads, some bombshells and a delicious diva or two.”

Silver Belles

“It’s Golden Girls meets Designing Women with a heaping helping of well-known Christmas tunes and clever new ditties. Christmas without the Silver Belles… just wouldn’t be Christmas!”

Merrily We Roll Along at Wallis Annenberg Center

Catch Sandy in “this rarely staged Stephen Sondheim (Into the Woods, Sweeney Todd, West Side Story) musical. Merrily We Roll Along travels backwards in time to navigate the bumpy history among three friends – Franklin, Charlie and Mary – who begin their in careers in show business together. The powerful and moving story, based on the Kaufman and Hart play, features some of Sondheim’s most beautiful songs including “Good Thing Going,” “Our Time” and “Not a Day Goes By”.”

Ever Blondeward | Sandy Bainum

Ever Blondeward at Creative Cauldron at ArtSpace

“Ever Blondeward is a celebration of fair-haired singers of all genres and eras. Sandy will perform a wide range of terrific songs, originally sung by the likes of movie and theater legends Betty Hutton, Judy Holliday, Rosemary Clooney, Doris Day, June Allyson, Barbara Cook and the blonde that all gentlemen preferred, Miss Marilyn Monroe.”

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This Christmas with Sandy Bainum

“This Christmas with Sandy Bainum” is a benefit performance to raise funds for the WVU School of Theatre & Dance, College of Creative Arts… “

MAME

Starring Sandy Bainum as MAME and Sally Struthers as Agnes Gooch.
“Mame is a celebrated Broadway musical “classic” that revolves around the hilarious antics of Mame Dennis, a fun-loving, wealthy eccentric with a razor sharp wit and a flair for living life to the fullest.”

Sandy Bainum at Sizzlin' Summer Nights

It Might Be Fun at Signature’s Sizzlin’ Summer Nights

“Sandy returns to the Sizzlin’ Summer Nights with songs from her latest, critically acclaimed album It Might Be Fun.”

Excuse My Dust: Dorothy Parker Sings

“A sparkling cabaret show inspired by the remarkable life and writings of Mrs. Dorothy Parker, whose name evokes a time, place and sophisticated society when people dressed for the theater, met for supper long after the moon had made its appearance, and considered being “intellectual” a positive attribute.”

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Sandy Bainum’s Sensational Seasonal Celebration

““This Christmas” brings to vibrant life Sandy Bainum’s holiday CD of the same name. This sensational seasonal celebration is filled with many musical joys of the season including holiday favorites.”

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‘S Wonderful! Sandy Sings Ira Gershwin

Sandy will be joined by her award winning musical director, Lanny Meyers as they pay tribute to the brilliance of lyricist, Ira Gershwin. The evening will include songs written by Ira with collaborators including his brother George Gershwin and other composers such as Harold Arlen, Kurt Weill, and Jerome Kern.

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It Might Be Fun | Creative Cauldron Cabaret Series

“It Might Be Fun is a new and exciting departure for Sandy, an album of all original songs. Whether the catchy title song or the rueful “Three Acts” or the funny “Who Do I Have to Blank to Get Out of This Show?” Sandy takes you on a 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.”

It Might Be Fun Launch at Sterling's

It Might Be Fun | CD Launch and Concert at Sterling’s

“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.”

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