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Aug282017

Adam's Call: Liz Callaway: The Beat Goes On at Feinstein's/54 Below: Hits a Home Run with Every Song

Liz Callaway at Feinstein's/54 Below, Photo Credit: James GavinThis past July I got to attend Liz Callaway's concert, The Beat Goes On at Feinstein's/54 Below. Over a month later, I'm still thinking about this magical evening! It was that inspiring! Liz's show was a master class in music, singing, and cabaret! With every song, Liz taught the audience how to pick music that not only speaks to the artist, but how to share it with an audience. She demonstrated time and time again how one truly connects to a song. When I say connect, I mean, having every fiber of your being invested in what you are presenting.

It's impossible to pick favorite songs because every song was a winner! Liz took us on a musical journey of the 1960s, a decade in which she grew up. I learned so much about Liz through this show, from her fears to her success, Liz didn't hold back. She not only opened up her mouth to sing, Liz brought us in to the inner depths of her soul, revealing so many personal details of how she became the legendary singer she is. I was mesmerized from start to finish!

Liz Callaway at Feinstein's/54 Below, Photo Credit: James GavinLiz Callaway at Feinstein's/54 Below, Photo Credit: Photo by Maryann LopintoMy favorite story was hearing about how as a child, Liz was shy to sing in front of people. I mean, seeing her perform, especially at Feinstein's/54 Below, I still have a hard time believing that, as she was flawless in her performance. She makes singing look like second nature, which to me, is the true sign of a goddess. Knowing about her shyness, only made me appreciate her talent that much more.

While many of the songs performed in this concert were from Liz's CD The Beat Goes On, there is nothing like hearing them live (I know because I've been listening to the CD almost non-stop since the concert, and yes, the album is fantastic, but seeing Liz sing these songs in person is a whole different ballgame (like the 1969 World Series winning Met's game to be exact)! 

Liz Callaway at Feinstein's/54 Below, Photo Credit: Photo by Maryann LopintoLiz Callaway at Feinstein's/54 Below, Photo Credit: Photo by Maryann LopintoIf Liz were a baseball player, she hit a home run with every song, making her batting average over .400!

Luckily, there is another opportunity to see this show. Liz will be returning to Feinstein's/54 Below (254 West 54th Street, between Broadway & 8th Avenue) with The Beat Goes On on Sunday, September 10 at 7pm! Click here for tickets!

If you missed my interview with Liz about The Beat Goes On, click here to watch it!

That's Adam's Call and I Stand For Entertainment!

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    Adam's Call: This past July I attended Liz Callaway's concert, "The Beat Goes On" at Feinstein's/54 Below. Over a month later, I'm still thinking about this magical evening! Liz's show was a master class in music, singing, & cabaret! Liz took us on a musical journey of the 1960s & I was mesmerized from start to finish! If Liz were a baseball player, she hit a home run with every song! Liz will be returning to Feinstein's/54 Below with "The Beat Goes On" Sun, 9/10 7pm!

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