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Steve Tyrell at the Cafe Carlyle – New York City



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steve-tyrell.jpgSteve Tyrell returns to the Carlyle for his annual 8 week Holiday engagement.

Cafe Carlyle presents Steve Tyrell, the smooth song stylist who has made a steady rise to the top of contemporary pop. First introduced through his recording of “The Way You Look Tonight,” from the film “Father of the Bride,” this led to a series of critically-acclaimed CDs of American popular standards.

Life Is A Cabaret
Cafe Carlyle at the Carlyle Hotel, New York City

Since opening in 1955, Cafe Carlyle has featured musical performances by legendary entertainers, as epitomized by the “master of melody” Bobby Short, who recently passed away. A fixture at Cafe Carlyle since 1968, Mr. Short was cabaret’s preeminent interpreter of such American composers as Cole Porter and Duke Ellinton, and his urbane and elegant style will always be a part of Cafe’s tradition. Graced with charming murals by Vertes, Cafe Carlyle is uniquely intimate, delighting visitors with its romantic setting and offerings of cabaret and jazz.

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Cafe Carlyle presents Steve Tyrell, the smooth song stylist who has made a steady rise to the top of contemporary pop. First introduced through his recording of “The Way You Look Tonight,” from the film “Father of the Bride,” this led to a series of critically-acclaimed CDs of American popular standards.

Website: Cafe Carlyle

Cafe Carlyle
35 East 76th Street
New York, NY 10021
(212) 744-1600

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7 Responses to “Steve Tyrell at the Cafe Carlyle – New York City”

  1. Carole Says:

    Please tell me how to get tickets to Steve Tyrell’s performances at the Carlyle Cafe

  2. Irishlass Says:

    Carole,

    If you click on the carlye cafe website link, you’ll find schedules and info about tickets. Have a great time at the show!

    http://www.thecarlyle.com/entertainment.cfm

  3. ken sykes Says:

    the best Christmas gift you could ever give yourself and your wife, or in my case your children. The Carlyle is by
    far the “best in class”, and Steve is the epitome of the season,the tradition, and a talented throwback to
    the days of Sinatra, Crosby, and Bennet. Steve embelishes the rich tradition of the richest tradition….the Carlyle Cafe

  4. Irishlass Says:

    Ken

    Thank you so much for your comment. I’ve never had the pleasure of seeing Steve at the Carlyle, but I hope to do so very very much some day soon. I’ve seen him 4 times at Yoshi’s in San Francisco & Oakland and I’ve never seen a better, more engaging show. Steve has so many stories about his show biz friends that he never repeats a story on stage. It’s amazing!

  5. Ruthann Feldman Says:

    My husband and I saw Steve last night in Las Vegas at the Golden Nugget. He was simply marvelous. We have become big fans. (We met him in the elevator before the show and he was delightful.)

  6. 7 New Year’s Resolutions | Fun Things to Do - Cool Places to Go Says:

    [...] Jazz Singing I’m going to see some of the best jazz artists perform this year — Steve Tyrell at the Cafe Carlyle, Jane Monheit at the Catalina, Harry Connick Jr, Nancy Wilson & Michael Buble. Somebody [...]

  7. Tom W. Says:

    Saw Steve Tyrell 4 times at the Count Basie in Red Bank New Jersey and he is wonderful every time he steps on the stage. He was actually outside and talking to people and treating them like long time friends.
    Hope to see him at the Cafe Carlyle someday.

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