An Evening with Molly Ringwald: '80s Icon Sings Great American Songbook
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Influenced by the greatest songwriters and smoothest crooners of the 20th century, Johnny Coppola takes to the Rockwell stage to perform his favorite tunes from an era when no man would leave the house without a necktie and fedora and women dressed to kill. Coppola's dynamic quintet, led by Grammy Award winning pianist Bill Cunliffe, presents this special evening of swinging songs plus tender ballads, infused with a dose of Rat Pack-inspired poetry and charm to spare. Along with timeless selections from the Great American Songbook, Coppola will also perform several "neo-standards" he's penned in the style of the jet age's most talented performers. Learn More
Parking is a challenge in the neighborhood surrounding this club. There's free street parking if you can find it. I know Rockwell offers valet parking but I found a self park one block over from their valet parking. It was less money than their valet parking.Broadway Cage Match info • Aug 27 2014 star this tip starred
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Featured review from Steven MarkRed Velvet
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On a lark I thought I would see how a former 'brat pack' star was making ends meet, I wasn't expecting too much. Was I ever surprised.
Rather then seeing someone who used to be a movie star getting by singing, what I saw was a singer and musician, who just happens to have once been a movie star. A very enjoyable and entertaining evening, by a well accompanied vocalist. The songs, several rather obscure, were interpreted by an artist who seemed to really care about the music, and her interpretation.
Molly has a beautiful alto, almost contralto, range voice that she uses to great advantage. The only weakness, which you had to listen for, was an apparent inability to free up at the top. On some higher notes, the few words would be shouted, instead of sung.
All in all a nice evening, from a nice singer. One gets the impression from her manner on stage that she is enjoying her career as a singer, but, even more, is happy and enjoying her life.
Hope she returns again to Los Angeles. I will be there.
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What a cool treat and Molly is a great singer and the entire evening was nice including the music. I have never been to this venue and did not know what to expect and the food was delish !!! I had the open face fish sandwich with a tasty side of...continued