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MetroStage's LADIES SWING THE BLUES Goes Old School

“Of the four, Bainum is the one that has the most solid theatrical background and in this production she proves that she’s equally at home singing jazz standards as she is with singing showtunes – to say that she’s versatile is an understatement.”

MetroStage’s LADIES SWING THE BLUES Goes Old School

“Of the four, Bainum is the one that has the most solid theatrical background and in this production she proves that she’s equally at home singing jazz standards as she is with singing showtunes – to say that she’s versatile is an understatement.”

Ladies Swing the Blues

“Bainum also provides a stunning portrayal of the “Baroness,” Parker’s reported benefactor who fell hard for the music and the wounded souls who created it.”

Ladies Swing the Blues at MetroStage

“To my great pleasure, all the songs were hits. Most notable for me was “Billie’s Blues (Lady),” a sultry composition; the famous show stopping lyrics of “Round Midnight (Ella);” the renditions of “Lullaby of Birdland (Lee),” “Sometimes I’m Happy (Sassy),” which expressed my personality, and “Parker’s Mood (Bird),” all of which drew strong applause and standing ovations.”

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